Rugrat Rainbow: Baby raves coming to Brum

No this is not a joke

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The next chapter in Birmingham’s nightlife is here. In fact, you could say the next chapter has just been born.

Have you ever wanted to party with babies?  Well now’s your chance, as Rainbow Warehouse is soon to become host to “Family Raves” because if there’s anything we know about Rainbow, it’s that it’s family friendly.

Parents can take their children to the club on Sunday afternoons where they can expect bubble machines, play areas and some “classic 90s rave tunes”.

None of this behaviour

None of this behaviour

The events are organised by Big Fish Little Fish which was set up in 2013 by Hannah Saunders and has since gone on to be voted Best Family Event 2014.

Tickets for the first date in April have already sold out, with 800 parents expected to attend.

Rainbow will apparently create the atmosphere of a “real rave” with a multi-sensory dance floor, glitter cannons and a giant parachute dance.

Tickets cost £8.50 for adults, £5.50 for children and pre-walking babies are free. Hardly Seedy’s prices.