The Geronimo Festival often dubbed the ‘Glastonbury for children’, has confirmed it will still take place this summer.
Originally due to take place in May, the organisers have made the decision to push the event back until the August Bank Holiday in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The festival will still be held at Arley Hall near Northwich.
The event organisers have stated that with everything that has been going on in the world right now, the public need to look forward to ‘brighter and special days to share with … friends and family.”
So what can you expect?
Climbing, jousting, dancing, not one but TWO circuses, music and much, much more! For a full breakdown of what’s on, click here.
Tickets are available from as little as £5 and can be purchased here.
There’s no need to worry about the validity of the tickets either as the organisers have contingency dates in place if the event has to be moved again.
Extra health and safety and hygiene measures will also be put in place. There will be additional hand sanitiser stations dotted about the event so visitors can use as and when they please. As well as this, more frequent cleaning of the touchpoints in toilets will take place.
So what are you waiting for? Buy your tickets now and have something amazing to look forward to.