Who's ready to bounce? It's been called the biggest inflatable event on planet earth, and starting Friday, it's stopping by the Sacramento area.
The Big Bounce America’s 2019 tour is bringing it’s action-packed experience to Fair Oaks Park from Friday, June 28 through Sunday, July 7. The world’s largest touring inflatable event features three massive inflatable attractions that are fun for young and old.
Attractions include the Guinness Book of World Records’ world’s largest bounce house, an incredible 900-plus foot long obstacle course, and a space-themed wonderland.
The world’s largest bounce house, which is the featured attraction on the tour, The incredible bounce includes a basketball court, giant slide, and a massive ball pit. At the center of the fun is a DJ playing soundtracks with nightclub quality sound and lights.
- Fair Oaks Park Address:
- 11549 Fair Oaks Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95628
To make sure everyone is able to enjoy the experience, sessions for the bounce house are organized by age. Yup, there are even adult-only sessions.
The Giant, a 900-plus foot-long inflatable obstacle course, is making its debut this year. The new attraction offers over 50 different obstacles that will have you weaving in-and-out of barriers, hurdling over inflatables, crawling through tubes, and climbing walls before descending the final slide at the finish line.
But The Giant isn’t the only new attraction this year. AirSPACE, a 25-foot-tall space themed bounce house includes a five-person slide and a fifty-foot-wide play space for kids. The inflatable is filled with aliens, spaceships, giant planets, and moon craters.
This event is expected to sell out so you should get your tickets ahead of time.
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