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Dreamland Margate to host family rave in April

PUBLISHED: 11:00 16 March 2017

Big Fish Little Fish rave

Big Fish Little Fish rave

Marc Sethi

Big Fish Little Fish’s theme this year is pop stars and rock stars

Dreamland Margate has been chosen to host the Big Fish Little Fish x Camp Bestival tour this April.

The day brings a family party and this year’s theme is pop stars and rock stars, featuring jungle and drum and bass legend DJ Aphrodite.

The family rave will be held in Dreamland’s large and newly-lauched indoor events space, Hall By The Sea, for the very first time.

Whether you’re into techno, hip hop, house, disco, garage, rave, drum ‘n’ bass, this is the party that starts hard and never stops. Well, not until teatime anyway! There’s a range of craft activities to keep the kids busy. Choose from the giant colouring mural, free transfer tattoos and a homemade play-doh table. The baby chill out and toddler play space provides breakaway areas with tents, tunnels and a ball pool (for babies).

The Camp Bestival photo booth will be there for fancy dress fuelled fun, so you can pose to your heart’s content. If you Tweet, Facebook or Instagram your photo booth snaps using #CB17ontour, you could win one of three Camp Bestival 2017 family tickets up for grabs.

For more information and booking visit dreamland.co.uk

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