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The world’s craziest bouncy castle is coming to the UK

Life as an adult can be pretty testing and sometimes we wish we could just relive our childhood, when things were definitely a lot easier.

Thanks to the team behind The Monster, we will soon be able to live out one of our childhood dreams by having a go on the craziest bouncy castle we’ve ever seen. That’s right, The Monster is one of world’s largest inflatable obstacle courses and it will be touring the UK from this May!

Described as “the ultimate bouncy castle experience”, The Monster is almost 300 metres long and boasts 42 obstacles including the 18m Mega Slide, the Tunnel of Love and the Bouncy Cage of Doom. Think Total Wipeout crossed with 50/50.

If a giant bouncy castle obstacle course wasn’t enough, there’s also a full day of partying to be had. There will be live DJs, a huge ball pit, street food, craft beers and cocktails for your enjoyment. We couldn’t think of a better way to spend our day!

Need convincing? Check out the official promo video below.

The Monster will kick off in Manchester on May 25 before stopping in Cardiff, Sheffield, Nottingham, Edinburgh, London, Peterborough and Birmingham. More dates are also set to be added.

The Monster Tour Dates

25 – 28 May – Manchester Central, Manchester
22 – 24 June, Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
6 – 8 July – FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield
20 – 22 July – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
9 – 12 August – Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh
24 – 27 August – Alexandra Palace, London
30 August – 2 September – East of England Arena, Peterborough
21 – 23 September – Birmingham NEC, Birmingham

Tickets are available here now and cost £22.90. The event is 16+ only however, there is a session for 11-15 year olds in the morning. If you don’t fancy the bouncy castle action but would like to access all the food, drink and party area, then you can buy a spectator ticket for £2.81.

Will you be having a go on The Monster bouncy castle assault course? Let us know on Twitter @Fuzzable

 

Written by Katrina

twenty-something charity shop manager and aspiring journalist with a penchant for boybands. Email: [email protected]

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