Grubstonbury Family Party at GRUB

Shekina Rose, Families Editor
Grubstonbury Family Party at Grub
Born to be Wild Child

25 June 2023 Tickets from £7.70 — Book now

Enjoy a fun, fabulous family party at the Born To Be Wild Child’s Grubstonbury family party, taking place at GRUB on Sunday 25 June, just in time for Glastonbury. Get your most sparkly festival glad rags on and enjoy a morning of dancing, arts and crafts, delicious food and drink stalls and so much more for the family to enjoy together and make some amazing memories.

Sit back and relax or have a boogie and singalong in the cinema room which will be screening Glastonbury live! Head to the White Room (or the main room) where the Born to Be Wild Child (BTBWC) DJ will be playing awesome rock n roll hits and guitar power anthems for kids, mums, dads and carers to shake those hips to! There will be festival themed crafting, colouring and activities, free ‘summer of love’ tattooing (temporary of course), free festival face painting (also temporary).

Kids will love chasing around balloons and bubbles, bouncing on the inflatables and twirling and swirling at the giant parachute dance. There will also be fun party games, delicious food and drink from independent stalls to please all number of tastebuds and a supersized festival-themed colouring mural for the budding artists.

Need a moment of peace from all the festival fun? Head to the tiny play area next to the downstairs bar, where your younger festival goers can either get a breather or burn off some additional energy!

BTBWC is a social event/party for all the family to enjoy together. The event is open to all ages. Some activities such as crafts are recommend from 3 and up, but younger children are of course welcome and babies are free entry – we all know babies love a BOOGIE!

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