What is Geronimo Festival? Not to be missed.

What is Geronimo Festival? I hear you ask. Is it suitable for children? Is it popular? Is it a ticketed event? What kind of things are there?

What is Geronimo Festival?

The Largest Children’s Festival in the UK and already onto its third year, it’s guaranteed to give you fun to remember for ever.

Geronimo Festival is a festival that encourages families to get out together and make memories. The festival itself is aimed at families and children under 13. The activities available are so diverse that it’s suitable for everyone to enjoy. The Festival itself takes place at Arley Hall and this year is on 27th May – 29th May, something that could make your Bank Holiday weekend one to remember.

Is it suitable for children?

Geronimo Festival isn’t just suitable for children, it’s suitable for everyone. The activities include the following and much much more;

Graffiti workshop
A selection of children’s favourite presenters including; Katy Ashworth, Alex Winters, Luke and Emma and Andy Day.


A Funfair
Strider Bikes
Pony Grand National
Donkey rides
Zip Wires
Reptile Encounters

It seems Geronimo Festival pull out all the stops so nothing is missed out and the experience is enjoyable for all. With over 100 activities today, you’d be mad to miss it. The amazing option of making a weekend out of it with being able to  ‘camp’ or ‘glamp’ means that you can enjoy all the activities and enjoy family time together.

Geronimo Festival is a ticketed event, it sells out quickly and if this does’t make you want to attend then I don’t know what will. I mean popularity and events that run every year are proof that this is an incredible event and one that you should schedule in. The early bird tickets for Tier one are available now at a reduced rate from £16.50 which ends at the end of January. Get yours NOW as it’s sure to be an event not to be missed.

What to expect? Watch this video from Geronimo Festival’s youtube channel;

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*I am a Geronimo Festival ambassador, all words and opinions are my own.

 

 

 

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