Dress up in your best Halloween costume for the Wannabees family disco!
Are you looking for the spookiest Halloween venue Sydney’s North Shore and Northern Beaches? Wannabees Family Play Town is holding a Halloween Kids Disco Party on Saturday, 26th October and every one is invited!
Halloween Kids Disco Party will be held at the Frenchs Forest and Hornsby venues from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. Come along for the best kids’ disco in town!
Wannabees Family Play Town is an indoor venue where kids can explore more than 20 attractions, use their imagination and role play throughout the ‘city’. At Wannabees, they can dress up at a doctor, fireman, policeman and more!
Along with the traditional tour of the Wannabees city, Halloween Kids Disco Party will feature lolly hunts, games and lots of dancing on the laser lit concert stage. Don’t forget to dress up in your best Halloween costume!
The evening will start with the city tour, where kids will visit the TV Studio, Fire Station, Restaurant and more. After the city tour, some rooms will close to give way to the best music and games for the whole family.
Wannabees is your perfect family destination, so you can organise a get together with friends or family. The Restaurant will be open, offering a special Halloween menu.
Tickets are be available online only and they are strictly limited. Secure yours now here and don't miss the best family Halloween disco of the year!
Wannabees Family Play Town: Halloween Kids Disco Party! WHERE: Wannabees Family Play Town Frenchs Forest, C1 3/1 Rodborough Rd, Frenchs Forest NSW and Wannabees Family Play Town Hornsby, Shop 2042/236 Pacific Highway, Hornsby
WHEN: Saturday, 26th October from 5:30pm - 7:30pm
COST: One child (over 12 months) $20, two kids $35, adults are free
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