The Maltings set to host Ely’s third family rave

PUBLISHED: 07:00 02 November 2018 | UPDATED: 09:41 02 November 2018

The Maltings set to host Ely’s third family rave. Picture: TWH Photography.

The Maltings set to host Ely’s third family rave. Picture: TWH Photography.

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World-famous, award-winning family rave phenomenon Big Fish Little Fish returns to The Maltings in Ely on Saturday November 24.

The Maltings set to host Ely’s third family rave. Picture: Tee Eightch Photography.The Maltings set to host Ely’s third family rave. Picture: Tee Eightch Photography.

Having entertained over 150,000 family ravers up and down the UK – including at Alexandra Palace, the V+A and Glastonbury – world renowned DJ Trax (Moving Shadow Records) and Countmonkula will play a selection of (grown up) olds-chool dance music.

There will also be confetti cannons, bubbles, a giant parachute dance, themed crafts, Playdoh table, giant mural, licenced bar, face painting and Audrey`s vegan cake stall at the event, which runs from 2-4pm.

The optional (but encouraged) fancy dress theme is Out of This World and B0FLF events are aimed at 0-8`s and their families but older siblings are welcome. Adults are not admitted unless accompanied by a child.

The Maltings set to host Ely'?s third family rave. Picture: TWH Photography.The Maltings set to host Ely'?s third family rave. Picture: TWH Photography.

Their first two events at The Maltings sold-out and tickets this time round cost £9 for adults, £7 for children and are free for pre-walking infants (but they still need a ticket).

For tickets and more information visit www.bigfishlittlefishevents.co.uk

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