Little Tikes drive-in cinema experience to launch at Butlin’s this summer

Published on: 18th June 2019

Little Tikes will be bringing its first ever drive-in cinema experience to the Butlin’s Family Festival in Minehead, Somerset.

Fans staying at Butlin’s Minehead will be able to take their pick from over 80 Cozy Coupes before driving them into the cinema zone and watching a screening of the Cars 3 movie.

The Little Tikes Cozy Coupe is one of the brand’s most iconic ride-ons, and the movie screenings will give kids the chance to embark on an adventure ride within the festival whilst indulging in the fun family film.

The Butlin’s Family Festival celebrates summer, holidays, outdoors and spending time with family and friends. The four-day Minehead event offers everything from live entertainment to food stalls, and takes place 21st-24th June.

Michelle Lilley, head of UK marketing for Little Tikes, said: “We’re thrilled to be a part of Family Festival this year. The Cozy Coupes is such an iconic toy and as we’re celebrating 50 years of play throughout 2019, it’s the perfect time to play big at Butlin’s. Most children are familiar with the classic Cozy Coupe but, if not, where better than the Family Festival to give one a test drive? We’re sure everyone will enjoy their drive-in experience and the festival weekend.”

Butlin’s Family Festival offers a number of activities and performances from acts including Sam & Mark, AJ Pritchard and more. Tickets will be available to buy until Friday 21st June. For more information click here.


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