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Treat your family to Geronimo fun at Arley Hall from just £3 per person!

Geronimo HQ are always thinking of ways to make their festival as inclusive as possible for families. Being the largest children’s festival in the UK, and one of the only events to include most activities within the price of the ticket, the challenge for Geronimo was on. This year they’re holding a groundbreaking social experiment and they are going to give your family the opportunity to be a part of it!

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Pay what you can afford

Yes, you read that right: their social experiment is pay what you can afford. For limited time only, they will be offering a block of day-only ticketspriced from £3, £5, £10, and £25 each, you just choose the ticket you feel you can reasonably afford. The aim behind it is to allow every family the chance to come along to spend quality time together, we know that raising children can be expensive.

The reduced-price tickets will be released for sale at 10am on Saturday 22nd February 2020, the tickets are expected to sell out very quickly before the prices go back to the standard cost – so don’t miss out. To grab yours you can Book Here as soon as they are released. An additional car parking ticket cost of £10 does apply.

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What’s Geronimo Fest all about?

If you haven’t heard already, Geronimo is the UK’s premier all-in-one children’s festival. Each year Geronimo Festival heads to Arley Hall, their mission is to give all families an amazing fun-filled and magical weekend. There’s camping too, if you want to make a weekend if it, but please note that these tickets aren’t included in the social experiment prices.

With over 100 activities included in your entrance ticket you’ll need to arrive early. Do your kids love crafting? They’ve got that. They love climbing and parkour? They’ve got that too. There’s circuses with a 1,600-seater arena, fantastic bands and TV superstars headlining their main stage, skilled motorcycle displays, jousting, kids’ entertainers, dancers, music, archery, a brass band, graffiti skills, dinosaurs, dolls, shetland pony racing, fort building, the Gruffalo, just to name a handful. You can find the itinerary on the website

Tickets go on sale 10am Saturday 22nd February. Book tickets  


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