Award-winning, pioneering Big Fish Little Fish family rave return triumphantly for a fourth time to the Watford Colosseum with a Back 2 the Old Skool
event on 23 September with definitive rave DJing legend Mark Archer (Altern 8) playing acid house, techno, drum 'n' bass - crafts, confetti, bubbles, club visuals, baby chill area, giant balloons and licensed bar for families with 0-8 year olds.
Mark is celebrating 30 years in the music business - he was right there at the start of the acid house revolution.
Come dance, laugh, craft and be daft with us - see you on the dancefloor! As seen and heard on 6Music, Radio 1, Time Out, The Guardian, Sunday Times, BBC News, Closer, Glastonbury Festival, Victoria & Albert Museum.
"It's ACE!" - DJ Mag
"Credible music... magical" - The Guardian
By Families. For Families. Together on the dancefloor.
All ages welcome but aimed at families with 0-8 year olds. Max of 3 children per adult. No unaccompanied adults (all must be part of a group with a child)re
Pre-Walking Babies FOC please contact ticketing on 01923 571 102 to book tickets.
Parents remain responsible for their children at all times.
Doors will open 1 hour prior to the event starting with drinks, confectionary and rave merchandise available for purchase.
The event is standing/dancing with limited seating. It will be busy with several hundred people and in low lighting (no strobes) conditions.
The licensed bar will be open throughout the event but no glass will be allowed in the event.
No buggies will be allowed onto the dance floor and must be left in the designated buggy park.
Photographs may be taken for use by BFLF and Watford Colosseum and by entering you give your permission for their use but please speak to the Duty Manager on site should you have any questions regarding this.
Facepainting available - cash only - £5 per child, £7 for big kids
Pre-walking Babies: FOC
Please contact the Ticketing team on 01923 571 102 to book any Pre-Walking Baby Tickets
There are no booking fees on this performance. Delivery charges may still apply.