‘Heroes and Villians’ feat. Simon Slieker. Yep, it’s a rave for families!
Award-winning Family Rave Big Fish Little Fish is family fun for the post-rave generation of parents.
Coming to Melbourne on Sunday 18th March is a 2-4 hour micro-festival, which helps parents to be responsibly irresponsible! With classic beats that parents (and kids!) love, as well as craft and play activities for kids, Big Fish Little Fish really makes events for the whole family.
Headliner Simon Slieker is a regular on the festival circuit and is known for the sense of journey he creates. With Simon Slieker, you get classic turntable dj'ing with blended vinyl cuts interweaving across an extended music horizon.
As always Fancy Dress is optional, but it's highly encouraged. Masked hero? Cunning deviant? Musical legend? History's worst? Let your imagination go wild!
What can you expect?
Quality tunes: house/rave/techno/classics.
Multi-sensory dancefloor with glitter cannons, bubbles, giant balloons and parachute dance finale.
Licensed bar for grown ups, free transfers and glowsticks for kids!
Kids Craft Area with giant mural, themed crafts, prizes and a playdoh table for the littlest ones.
Face painting stalls.
Themed Cake Stall.
Snacks and hot food available.
Upstairs Play area with tents and tunnels and baby chillout space with mats and a big soft-play ball pool (for babies only).
Sound levels will be safe for ears of all sizes, and parents must remain responsible for their children at all times.
When: Sunday 18th March 2018, 2pm -5pm
Where: Brown Alley, 585 Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000.
5 minute walk from Flagstaff Train Stations or 7 mins from Southern Cross (Bourke Street Exit). There is on-street parking or Secure Parking for $8 flat rate just around the corner the road from the Venue.
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