This clubbing mash-up of festival fun for the whole family returns to the legendary Ministry Of Sound Club!
It's the ultimate indoor kids event hosted across five amazing spaces:

MAIN ROOM: Kids TV headliners, children's theatre, DJs, Disco Ball Games, madcap hosts and Confetti Mayhem Finale

PLAY GLOW ROOM: UV tattoo station, neon clay and bar with chart topper DJ

FUNKY SOFT PLAY ROOM: Gentle Play, air jugglers, ball pond and baby toys

OLD SKOOL RAVE ROOM: Dance floor classics for grownups

CHILL A ROO: seating booths and viewing gallery

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55 reviews
  • Lisa Judd on Facebook Sat 27th May 2017 My friend and I came last weekend with our 3 year old daughters and we can't wait for the next one! I thought the event was really well organised and although it was busy, there were plenty of areas where it was quieter for when they needed a breather. The highlights for our little ones was the confetti mayhem at the end and the big inflatables. If you have toddlers, my advise is to do what we did and dress them in something neon/UV so you can keep track of them on the dance floor! Yes, some adults chose to take advantage of the bar, but that's their choice. If you like having fun and want to party with your kids, get yourselves to Rave a Roo. We only wish it was an hour longer.
  • Harri Pooke on Facebook Thu 25th May 2017 We went last week and absolutely loved it. Would highly recommend!
  • Zoe Bevan on Facebook Thu 25th May 2017 Took my friends daughter and my stepson to this event last Saturday and they had the best time! There was lots for them to do and was great for them to run around in a safe environment. The music was great for the adults too!! Will definitely be going again!! X
  • Emma Goodman-Smith on Facebook Tue 23rd May 2017 Had the best time !!! I probably enjoyed it more than my 2 year old lol will definitely go again I can't wait till she's old enough to dance at the front with jungle Jane !
  • Sarah Fisher on Facebook Sun 21st May 2017 Fantastic event highly recommended will b booking again
  • Tasha Kemi Olaniyi on Facebook Sun 21st May 2017 It was really nice...kids had fun! Would go again
  • Mary-ann Cairns on Facebook Sat 20th May 2017 Very disappointed. This is not for kids at all, it's an adult social event where they take the kids along. Multiple parents sitting around looking half drunk and leaving bottles and cups everywhere, and for the ticket price you get miserable staff who don't try and engage with the kids, a 2 second tattoo station, some plasticine on a few tables, joke of a soft play area where kids are getting crushed in a tiny ball pit, and then the stage show ( which was good) just a shame t...
  • Tara Wallace on Facebook Wed 17th May 2017 Fab family day out. My daughter and i loved every minute.
  • Shanai Shanz Roach on Facebook Tue 16th May 2017 I think if your going to charge £85 for a family ticket, there should be more of offer. I feel like it's promoted like it's going to be a full on kids party with lots of stuff for them to do, but that really isn't the case. I am happy to say I've been once and doubt I will be back again. The best part of the day was the confetti mayhem.
  • Terry Ellis on Facebook Sun 7th May 2017 I want to rave a roo on Saturday at the Ministry of Sound with my daughter, I had to put my daughter on my shoulders so she could see the Paw Patrol as the front of stage was field with adult, the Paw Patrol didn't really interact with the children what was very poor especially for the money that you're charging for the ticket, my daughter's happy until she came out and wanted to take pictures with the Paw Patrol when she was told this is not possible and a little girl left unhappy,I won't be coming back again

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