Big Fish Little Fish returns to Epic Studios, Norwich


Big Fish Little Fish (BFLF) returns to Epic Studios, Norwich with a super fun superhero-themed Father’s Day celebration Sunday 16th June!

BFLF has been putting on award winning family raves all over the UK and Australia since 2013.

The event has won the ‘Best Family Event’ award at the National Family Arts Festival for the last four years running.

BFLF boasts past sell out shows at iconic venues ranging from The National Gallery, The V&A and Alexandra Palace to clubs including Fabric, The Scarla and Fire & Lightbox. Summer time also warrants a very busy festival season working with the likes of Glastonbury, Boomtown, Camp Bestival and The Edinburgh Festival amongst many others.

All events run on a Saturdays and Sunday from 2.-4pm and music is at the heart of everything BFLF does. In contrast to most “kids’ discos”, the grown-up dance music is played for the parents to enjoy and dance to (at a volume safe for babies and young children’s hearing too). BFLF offers an authentic family rave with DJ`s like 2Bad Mice, Altern8 and Slipmatt.

  • Big Fish Little Fish – Epic Studios June 16th

Following our amazing sold out March event, BFLF returns to Epic Studios for a special Father’s Day event. Celebrating the male carers in our families – be they dads, uncles, grandads or friends. Superheroes one and all!

World renowned DJ Food (Ninja Tune) will be playing a special Audio Visual set of rave classics with support coming from Moving Shadow`s DJ Trax….Live Percussionist Paul Fistfunk Crowley will also be taking to the stage.

The event will feature themed crafts, rave dancing stilt walker (from Twisted Bliss), giant balloons, glitter cannons, bubble machine, amazing lighting (no strobes), face painting stall and the BFLF famous parachute dance. Fancy dress: superhero family fun for the post-rave generation of parents.

Helping parents be responsibly irresponsible since 2013!

“Best day of my life” – 6 year old BFLF attendee

“Makes me glad I had children” – BFLF regular

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