World’s biggest bouncy castle comes to Cheshire

A Cheshire kids’ festival dubbed ‘Glastonbury for children’ is to go ahead at Arley Hall. Geronimo Family Festival was due to be held in May but organisers have pushed it back until the August Bank Holiday in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Promising to be a ‘fun packed family festival’, it’ll feature stage shows, arena demonstrations, live music on the main stage, craft marquees, donkey rides, camel racing, monster truck shows, a funfair and ‘the world’s biggest bouncy castle’.

And although primarily aimed at children aged two to 12, there promises to be ‘something for all members of the family to enjoy – whatever their age’.

Geronimo Festival returns for 2020

The most popular zone of the festival is usually the main stage, where you can see children’s TV stars Sam and Mark, performances from live rock band ROCKAKOKE and join in with a giant Frozen sing-along.

It features showground arenas, camel racing, jousting tournaments, motorcycle stunt displays and horseback falconry. Monday is sold out, but there are still Saturday and Sunday tickets available.

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