THE UK's largest children's festival kicks off at Arley Hall this weekend.

Geronimo is heading to the estate for the first time ever, taking place from May 27 to 29.

In its third successive year, Geronimo festival is action-packed with more performances, activities and acts than ever before.

The ultimate children’s festival also features headline live stage acts including the legendary Justin Fletcher, Andy Day, Mr Bloom and pirates Cook and Line from Swashbuckle.

Guinness World Record holder Jez Avery will be performing his world class PRO BMX and Mountain bike Stunts at The Show Ground Arena, along with hair raising Fire Stunt Displays and Shetland Pony Grand Nationals.

Brand new to Geronimo is the Digital Zone, where older children can meet their favourite YouTubers and Gamers as well as try their hand at all the latest technology.

Tiny tots can enjoy the fun too with Tiny Talk signing classes and sensory activities, along with Little Learners, the award-winning messy play and mark making class.

A huge range of street food stalls, artisan burger and wood fired-pizza vans will ensure even the fussiest of eaters can all be well fed and watered, recharged and ready to carry on enjoying the festival.

The fun doesn’t stop when the acts do, for the first year ever families can now camp in the specially designed child friendly campsite.

The campsite features both options to either bring your own tent, caravan or motorhome, or take advantage of the many glamping options.

Day tickets start from £25pp, a two-day pass is £39pp and a weekend camping pass with ticket to the festival is £60pp. Car parking is £10 per vehicle. Carers go free and children under the age of two are free of charge.

Adults must be accompanied by children.

For further information about the Geronimo Festival and to book tickets, please visit