An award-winning family rave returns to Glasgow later this month.
Big Fish Little Fish will make a triumphant return on December 19more than two years after the last sold-out success in Glasgow.
It will host two sessions adapted to family routines, the first taking place between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. and the last tea time from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Both sides will have an optional, but fully encouraged, Christmas dress-up theme.
The DJ for both evenings will be Bobby Petta, former Celtic star and house DJ of the Attic Room Sessions in Glasgow, as well as the regular host of Groove City Radio.
All music is played at a safe sound level, monitored throughout the event, so even the smallest guests can enjoy the rave.
Parties include a multisensory dance floor with top DJs playing club classics and live dance music. Bubble machines, a snow machine, glitter cannons, club visuals and a giant parachute dance all help create the atmosphere of a true rave.
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All events will also offer a play and relaxation area for babies, as well as a craft area with coloring murals, plasticine and transfer tattoos, as well as an underwater bar. Licence. There are also stalls offering makeup, cakes and specials.
BFLF Scotland Director Kirstie Wilson said: âThis will be our first date in Glasgow since the onset of COVID-19, so it will be a very special time for all of us. To top it off, our Christmas events are always very popular for a great alternative day out with the family. It’s crazy to think that some of our old little guests will now be toddlers or have started school and we will have a whole new crowd of little beginner ravers too!
âGlasgow always attracts a great crowd who really enjoy what we do since we have mastered the art of hosting inclusive and fun family raves, since our launch in Scotland in 2015. We can’t wait to get back to our Glasgow audience!
âJust to note on COVID-19 – we’ll be working with Drygate to make sure their policies are followed so they stay open and run like a place, no one wants the industry to shut down again!
âPassports for vaccines will not be required for these events, under current government guidelines, due to capacity and schedules. We do, however, encourage guests to take a side test before attending and note that the venue requires that guests wear a mask when moving between areas indoors, unless exempted. “
To learn more, visit their website at www.bigfishlittlefishevents.co.uk.