Some awesome news! We recently got offered free tickets to this bank holiday weekend’s Geronimo Festival (Saturday 25th May, Sunday 26th May, Monday 27th May), courtesy of Hits Radio Cash for Kids.

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Dubbed as “Glastonbury for Kids”, Geronimo Festival is a family festival with loads of children’s entertainment and activities – circus shows, funfair rides, live performances, and more! – plus music, food stalls, and even glamping, camping & a spa! The festival will be held at Arley Hall in Northwich.

Here’s what the organisers have to say about Geronimo on their website:

Geronimo is a family festival aimed at children under 13 and their families. The festival is focused on quality family time and imaginative play. The aim of the festival is to encourage families to play, learn and create magical memories together.

Free Geronimo Festival Tickets!

Tickets are normally £20 per person but you can now go in for free, thanks to Hits Radio Cash for Kids, who has this to say about the Geronimo Festival:

The festival is designed for children and families and is an amazing trip, I hope that we are able to give children an experience that they wouldn’t ordinarily have the opportunity to do.

To request for free tickets, please email us ASAP with your name, the number of tickets you require, the number of children who are going, and the day(s) you are looking to go.

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Children aged 2 and up require tickets to enter but children under 2 are free and carers can go free (DLA proof is needed). Please read their FAQs page for more details and to clarify any questions you may have.

The venue has a blue-badge parking area near the carnival entrance and there’s “at least one accessible toilet at each main toilet blocks within the event site.” You can read more about the event’s accessibility information on their website.

Thanks to Hits Radio Cash for Kids

The tickets you’ll be getting are courtesy of Cash for Kids, so please do give them a shout if you ever plan to post about your trip on social media and/or consider making a donation to their charity.