Families Get Ready To Party With Raver Tots In Swansea!

Families Get Ready To Party With Raver Tots In Swansea!

Raver Tots is heading to South Wales just in time for Christmas!

The family rave in which kids and grownups can hit the dance floor and let off steam together will visit The Rainbow Rooms, Swansea on December 23!

The event will include lots of fun for children including face painting, UV lights, bubbles, balloons, confetti and giant parachutes in a rave style atmosphere with some of the UK's top DJ's including residents Artful Dodger, Brandon Block, Slipmatt & Nicky Blackmarket.

Founded by club promoter Mike Pickets, the brains behind the resurrection of the legendary Fusion raves five years ago, the events will see people take in a nostalgia trip of great tunes, iconic 90s dance venues and ball ponds.

Raver Tots comes to Swansea on December 23

Raver Tots comes to Swansea on December 23

Having grown up suffering from ADHD, Mike has been inspired to provide a way for kids to work off some energy in a fun-filled and safe environment: to take the ‘peace, love, unity, and respect’ ethos of the rave scene and translate it into positive attitudes towards mental health. Regular donations are also made to charitable causes for autism and ADHD.

 “Since my early childhood I’ve been passionate about rave music,” says Mike, “setting up Raver Tots has given us the opportunity to use the rave scene as a platform to create awareness and raise money for Autism and ADHD. I suffered with ADHD as a child, and found there was very little help or understanding for what I was going through.

“We launched Raver Tots to try and combine great music and a sense of fun with an atmosphere of inclusivity, and we were so blown away by the response to our warm-up event that we’ve decided to grow Raver Tots nationally.”

  • For further details on Raver Tots visit www.ravertots.co.uk
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