Event: LolliBop: The Big Bash for Little People!

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LolliBop, the latest name to hit the festival circuit, officially launched at Regent'sLolliBop-kids-holding-letters Park on June 1, 2011.

The launch comes ahead of the three day festival, which will take place in Regent's Park, London on August 5, 6, and 7, 2011. The festival is a result of a sell out two day event in 2010 and is now back bigger and better than ever before.

Billed as the big bash for little people, organisers have secured an impressive line up of diverse attractions and activities, guaranteed to keep kids (big and small) entertained for hours on end.

Straight off the TV and onto the LolliBop live stage is CBeebies favourite Rastamouse, making his London debut at the LolliBop festival. Rastamouse, Scratchy and Zoomer will keep the little ones bopping with 'Hot Hot Hot' tracks from their lollibop693debut album and cool, cool performances of songs from the show including 'Ice Popp'.

Other big name acts confirmed to perform at the festival, include Dick and Dom, Zingzillas, The Bopps, Mr Motivator and Charlie & Lola. And popular Cbeebies presenters Carrie Burnell, Alex Winters and Sid Stone will be joining in all the fun too.

But LolliBop's not just about watching TV favourites in action!

Other festival highlights, include Horrible Histories. From Roman Britain to Victoria's Empire, Britain has heaps of horrible stories to tell. It's history with the nasty bits left in!

Fans of The Twits, Charlie & the Chocolate Factory and James & the Giant Peach will love The Roald Dahl Museum and Storytelling. The award-winning museum's fantabulously skilled storytellers captivate audiences with lively and hilariousMinisculeofSoundLR renditions of Roald Dahl's books. Lots of audience participation is required, in the form of help with special effects, noises and actions...

Magic and wonderment is very much alive in the Enchanted Forest. From tall tales to fairy dust let their imagination run wild. Amazing stories and readings from nationally acclaimed authors, lifelike gorillas, fairy and wizard school, crazy creatures and much more.

For all budding Einsteins, Science Museum Live is great fun for all the family to enjoy, with spectacular science and hands-on exhibits. Launch an exploding rocket, fire a vortex of air and learn the secrets behind some of the coolest science experiments.

And if that wasn't enough, there's plenty of arts and craft activities, face painting and workshops, including DJ classes and pizza making sessions. Go karting, a football factory (with Tottenham Hotspurs), babyoke, stand up comedy and even a 'gorilla BubblesLRenclosure' all add to the LolliBop fun. A wide selection of food and drinks stalls are on hand to provide a welcome rest.

All of the activities, stages and events are included in the entry ticket price meaning parents won't be in for any expensive surprises!

For more information, including ticket prices and a full programme of events, visit www.lollibopfestival.com and follow on twitter.com/lollibopuk.

LolliBop is organized by Outgoing and Continental Drifts, and is supported by Smart Trike, Organix, Flora, Fruit Shoot My-5, and H&M and Tottenham Hotspurs.

Tickets are limited to 2,500 families per day.

Ticket Prices:
Single ticket £23 (advance), £30 (at the gate)
Family ticket (four people) £80 (advance), £108 (at the gate)
Family ticket (six people) £120 (advance) £160 (at the gate)
Group ticket (ten or more) £20pp (advance), £27pp (at the gate
Group tickets (25 or more) £18pp in advance only, see website for booking details

Please note Child and Adult tickets are the same cost.
Children under 12 months will not be charged an entry fee.
All the activities inside the Festival are free. However, this does not include food, drink and retail outlets.

£1 in every ticket goes to Oxfam is a registered charity in England and Wales (no 202918) and Scotland (SC039042).

To book tickets over the phone call:
Ticketmaster 0844 844 0444
Ticketline 0844 888 9991