The new family festival ‘Party On The Prom’ launches as part of this July’s Blackpool Festival.

Party On The Prom is Blackpool’s first family festival set to take place at the stunning seaside location, the Tower Festival Headland. Party On The Prom will be bursting with entertainment that all the family can enjoy. Kids and parents alike will be spoilt for choice with a smorgasbord of fun-filled activities including Raver Tots & DJ Slipmatt, tons of music and workshops, a Tiny Tots area, circus skills, arts and crafts, food and drink, and much, much more.

Beneath the iconic Blackpool Tower, this debut event will feature five different areas each jam-packed with family-friendly entertainment. Exciting performances come from CBeebies entertainer Andy Day & The Odd Socks, A Taste Of Little Mix, Johnny and the Raindrops, the dance-tastic Raver Tots featuring DJ Slipmatt, meet and greets with kids’ favourites Peppa Pig, Peter Rabbit and Rex The T-Rex, and much more besides. Little ones can get busy in the many baking, science and drumming workshops, learn lively circus skills, or take part in some of the funkiest pre-school and theatre activities around. In association with established family brand Gloworm Festival, Party On The Prom is set to be a brilliant day out for everyone.

Various ticket options are now available, with a family of four costing £45 plus booking fee. Under 3s go for free. Visit www.blackpoolfestival.co.uk for further information.



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