Party In The Paddock returns Saturday 7th September 2019
12-10pm @ The Robin Hood & Little John, Rabley Heath, Welwyn, AL6 9UB
A two minute drive from Knebworth train station
Don’t get the end of summer blues, join us for a groove on the grass for a fantastic cause! Come and be truly spoiled with an incredible array of live musicians, dancers, DJs, booze, burgers, a bake-off, creperie, bouncy castle, ball-pool, fire-breathers, footie frenzy, fabulous facepaints, sparkle station, crafty corner, AND SO MUCH MORE in danceaid’s 3rd annual family festival!
Buy your advance price tickets now @ shop.danceaid.org/product/pitp/ to guarantee entry to …
– A 10 hour live music and dance extravaganza including performances and workshops from Twist and Pulse finalists of Britain’s Got Talent, Ryan Jenkins from Dance Mums, Ricky Jinks and Kieran Lai from The Greatest Dancer, Lukas McFarlane winner of Got To Dance, and covering dance styles from around the world including Belly, Bolly, Contemporary, Hiphop, Irish, Street & Tango, and circus acts too
– Brilliant singalong songs from a host of incredibly talented local musicians including the Dirty Half Hundred, Tom Braggins Band, Indi and the Vegas, and Watertown
– As much entertainment off stage as on stage including BBQ, Creperie, Bake-Off, Bouncy Castle, Sparkle Station, Facepainting, Penalty shoot-out, and of course a fully stocked pub!
– All brought to you by danceaid and The Robin Hood and Little John, and proudly supported by Harlequin Dance Floors, idance, Staples Electrical Services, Codicote Motors, J.J. Burgess and Sons, Tesco, and many more.
Adults – £7
Under 16s – £3
Under 3s – free (no ticket or wristband required)
Family ticket for 2 adults & 2 children (3-15years) – £17
No booking fees, and nothing to print! Simply show your ticket order confirmation email to the danceaid team on the PITP entrance desk to collect your wristband(s). There will be limited availability on the door for those without advance tickets.
Since 2016 Party in the Paddock has raised almost £15,000 to feed, educate, equip and empower orphaned, poor and disabled children across the UK and abroad. You can help us break the cycle of poverty, inequality, and injustice for even more children by joining us at this year’s family festival. Let’s see if together we can smash through the £20,000 mark!
Please share this fully inclusive event @ www.facebook.com/danceaid & invite your friends and family along so we can pack out the pub and really make a HUGE and sustainable difference to suffering kiddies.
Local lass Laura founded danceaid in 2010 to feed, educate, equip & inspire orphaned, poor and disabled children across the UK and abroad. So far her and her mighty team of volunteers have given kids their whizz back with new wheelchairs, formed footie teams for outcast youths, fed hundreds of street children, housed kiddies orphaned by HIV/AIDS, and educated children who were found scavenging when they should have been at school. Thanks to danceaid donations, many of these young people will graduate from university this year. Find out more @ www.danceaid.org