Geronimo Festival Is Getting Closer!

With the bleak winter months of January and February nearly behind us, I always eagerly look forward to Spring and Summer.

As the milder weather arrives, I usually start thinking about holidays and camping trips for the Whit holidays. 

As Geronimo Ambassadors, we are all sorted for our first camping trip of the year and we are super excited already!  Geronimo is taking place over the last bank holiday in May at the fabulous Arley Hall in Cheshire.

Described as ‘the ultimate in children’s festivals’, it’s easy to see why.  The weekend line-up is jam packed with fun and activities to keep the whole family entertained.

Even if you aren’t a seasoned camping family, Geronimo’s warm and welcoming atmosphere is sure to create a truly memorable weekend for all. There are a variety of camping options to suit all families and budgets.

This year, stars of Cbeebies Justin Fletcher, Mr Bloom and the stars of Swashbuckle will be making everyone smile.  As well as Youtube favourites Amazing Arabella and Mini Matt Smith, the perfect entertainment for older kids, in the new Digital Zone.

There will also be an array of TV stars who will take centre stage throughout the weekend.  With this year’s theme set as ‘Princesses, Knights and Dragon’s theme’ there will be plenty of opportunity to dress up and join in the fun.  I think we’ll have to start thinking about our costume ideas!

We’re looking forward to visiting one of the two circuses, the Theatre Tent and the Show Ground Arena where we’ll be watching motorcycle displays, jousting and fencing; perfect entertainment for boys!  

There’s also a Bear Grylls Assault Course and mobile climbing walls for the active child, which Seb most definitely is.  I wonder if the zip wires are designed for adults too?!

If music is your thing, there is a great line-up on offer; The Voodoo Love Orchestra, Maniere des Bohemiens an energetic and improvised Django Reinhardt, Stephanie Grappelli influenced Gypsy Jazz and Eastern European Swing and Mr Wilson Second Liners.  

If you fancy a weekend jammed with family fun, grab your tickets for Geronimo Festival.  The festival runs over Saturday, Sunday and Monday and so you can choose to come for just a day or for the whole weekend. 

Tier two tickets are now available; daily ticket prices range from £18 – £21, a two-day pass is £39 and a three-day pass is £55.  Camping passes for three days are £60 or £90 for caravans.

For further information about Geronimo Festival and to book tickets, please visit www.geronimofest.com

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