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Family rave returns to The Maltings in Ely next month

PUBLISHED: 12:42 09 July 2018

Family rave returns to The Maltings in Ely on July 14.

Family rave returns to The Maltings in Ely on July 14.

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Have you ever been to a family rave before? If not, now’s your chance, because Big Fish Little Fish are bringing their multi-award-winning event back to Ely.

Family rave returns to The Maltings in Ely on July 14.Family rave returns to The Maltings in Ely on July 14.

Having made their Cambridgeshire debut there last October, the party returns to The Maltings on Saturday July 14 from 2-4.30pm.

Music this time round comes from world renowned DJ Mark Archer (ALTERN 8/Nexus 21) supported by old school legend DJ Trax.

Expect (grown up) old school dance music along with confetti cannons, bubbles, giant parachute dance, themed crafts, a Playdoh table, giant mural, fully licenced bar, face painting and Audrey’s vegan cake stall.

The event has a `Summer of Love` theme with optional (but encouraged) fancy dress. The events is aimed at children up to the age of eight and their families but older siblings are welcome too.

Family rave returns to The Maltings in Ely on July 14.Family rave returns to The Maltings in Ely on July 14.

Adults are not admitted unless accompanied by a child.

Since 2013, the party company has entertained over 150,000 family ravers up and down the UK – including at Alexandra Palace and Glastonbury - and have now launched in Australia.

Visit www.bigfishlittlefishevents.co.uk for tickets.

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