Saturday, 25 February 2017

Geronimo Festival 2017 - Family Fun for all ages!


Bank Holidays with the family don’t get any better than this! Taking place at the stunning Arley Hall, Northwich Cheshire. As spring fast approaches, now’s the time to book family tickets for Geronimo, the ultimate in children’s festivals.

Now in its third year, Geronimo is taking place over the Bank holiday weekend 27th-29th May at the picturesque Arley Hall estate in Northwich, Cheshire and offers families the fabulous opportunity to explore one of the most beautiful parts of the UK and experience one of the UK’s most amazing family festivals with a whole weekend of jam packed fun. It’s unique in that it caters for all types of ‘festival goer’, from the seasoned family pros to the complete newbie who is slightly nervous and hasn’t so much as camped before. 

No matter what your experience of festivals is, Geronimo fits the bill. The warm and welcoming atmosphere allows families to relax and enjoy a weekend full of family fun for all ages including the stars of CBeebies Justin Fletcher, Mr Bloom and the stars of Swashbuckle, as well as YouTube favourites Amazing Arabella and Mini Matt Smith in the new Digital Zone.

The beauty of Geronimo is that it doesn’t break the bank in terms of the entry fee and camping and parking costs, it only caters for families and it offers three days of high quality non stop family entertainment.

It will play host to a huge array of TV stars who will take centre stage throughout the event. The theme of this year’s event is Princesses, Knights and Dragons families are welcome to
dress up and join in the fun. There are two full Circuses, a Theatre Tent and a Show Ground Arena with lots of displays including motorcycles, jousting and fencing. For the active kid, there’s so much to fun to be had on the Bear Grylls Assault Course, dare devil mobile climbing walls and cardboard harp workshops.

The music offering is second to none and includes the Voodoo Love Orchestra, Manière des Bohémiens an energetic and improvised Django Reinhardt, Stephane Grappelli influenced Gypsy Jazz and Eastern European swing and Mr Wilson Second Liners – a New Orleans meets 90s club classics…a rave funeral without the body…What more is there to say!

When it comes to accommodation families can bring their own tent, caravan or motor home or book one of Geronimo’s range of accommodation including Bedouin tents and Tangerine tents available to suit families whatever their size.

Tier two tickets are now available at the following process: Prebooked Saturday day only £21 per ticket; Sunday £21 per ticket; Monday £18 per ticket; 2 day Saturday/Sunday - £39; 3 day Saturday, Sunday and Monday - £55. Camping is £60 FOR THREE NIGHTS. caravan is £90 FOR THREE NIGHTS and admittance for a day on the gate is £30.

For further information about the Geronimo Festival and to book tickets, please visit

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