I would say we have probably been gearing up for this years Camp Bestival and for the kids…well and me too July has seemed like a lifetime away.
One of the ways we love to get into the festival spirit before the big day is a trip to one of the fabulous events that Big fish Little Fish put on in conguntion with Camp Bestival.
Big Fish Little Fish are a independent company that allow parents to share their love of rave music with their own little ones in family friendly venues across the country. It allows parents to let their hair down and loses their inhibitions for a few hours, safe in the knowledge that the kids are having just as much fun.
A few weeks ago we went along to Dreamland in Margate and after having such an amazing time we chose this venue to return to again this year.
The cool, retro setting lends itself perfectly to this event and I was pleasantly surprised that this year they had moved into the ballroom which gave everyone a lot more space for showing those shapes!
It was literally minutes before we took to the dance floor…much to the embarasmemt of my preteen. There really is no school disco feeling at these events, the floor is filled within minutes with parents reliving their youth and kids going wild to the fantastic music whist getting covered in bubbles and confetti.
Of course the music is the main attraction but the fun dosent end here. There was a craft station where the kids made some fantastic pirate hats and got covered in tattoos, tables full of playdoh for those of you that wanted a bit of quiet time, a section that was cornered off for tiny ones and tents and tunnels for everyone to climb through and hide in. There was also a face painting station that somehow managed to pass us by.
I think one of the highlights for mine was actually the Naughty Floss stall where we grabbed delicious candy floss that came on a super cool, flashing glow stick!
The ballroom was filled was fun and laughter throughout and it has definitely got us in the mood for Camp Bestival later this year where we will no doubt be dancing along with Big Fish Little Fish again!