Rave-a-Roo partners with VTech and Gel-A-Peel

Published on: 12th December 2017

Family rave festival returned to the Ministry Of Sound superclub in October and November.

October’s sold out event, which welcomed over 1,500 children, partnered with VTech to support the launch of the new Kidicom Max, a children’s tablet that aids independent learning and discovery exploration.

The second event, which took place on 11th November, partnered with MGA’s best-selling brand, Gel-A-Peel, offering guests the chance to customise their own accessories using the new range of two-tone and colour change gels.

2017 also saw Rave-A-Roo host a number of pop-up events across the country from Festival No.6 in Portmeirion to House of Common festival in Clapham, as well as a number of collaborations with high profile brands including Selfridges, Intu Trafford Centre, and the Eden Project.

Speaking of a busy 2017, Jenny Kane, Rave-A-Roo co-founder, commented: “We’re really pleased to have had such an exciting year of partnerships and events. It’s great to have the support of such well respected brands, and it’s all part of the reason we can deliver amazing sold-out events again and again.”

Following the success of two sold out shows in October and November, Rave-A-Roo has announced its December return. The Wintertime special will be held at London Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall on 21st December, before returning to Ministry Of Sound for three further events in 2018.

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