Blackpool Pleasure Beach is currently not open Updated 30th March Due to the ongoing situation around Covid, Blackpool Pleasure Beach is currently not open and will re-open as soon as possible. Please stay safe everyone and follow our website and social media channels for regular updates. For parents and fans of the park, we will be regularly updating our social media channels with activities that can be done at home. Stay safe everyone and follow the Government and health authority guidelines. If you have booked a visit between 19th March and 1st June: We are offering a free transfer to a new date this season from 1st June until the 8th November , without the need to pay the difference. You can request the date change here.

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Nickelodeon has an experienced team on the ground to ensure the safety of children in all areas at all times. Children will be allowed to go to the toilet only if escorted by a Nickelodeon chaperone. Children will not be allowed in the seating area to see their parent or guardian unless they have purchased a seat in this area.

If you think that this might be the case with your child, we would recommend purchasing an additional seated ticket upfront for them to ensure they have the option of sitting to watch the show. Parents or guardians will be reunited with their child in the foyer of the arena. They will be required to wait until their wristband colour is announced on stage which can take up to 30 minutes, if not longer.

We require that all slime provided at our events is safe and compliant with applicable health and safety regulations and requirements. It can discolour and stain hair, clothes, accessories and shows, so make sure your kids are wearing their not so fave clothes. Optional ponchos will be available for those entering the Slime Pit.

Lastly have fun. How do my child ren enter the Slime Pit? The designated parent or guardian is responsible for ensuring all children in their party arrive with their pre-sent wristbands to ensure entry into the SLIME PIT. The designated parent or guardian must be available throughout the show to collect their child if they are required to do so, and they must have a mobile phone to be contacted. Mobile phones must be set to vibrate so the designated parent or guardian can be contacted within the arena.

How do I get reunited with my Slimey child ren after the show? At the end of the experience, parents or guardians will be asked to wait for approx. The designated parent or guardian will be directed to an appointed meeting point to collect their child after the show or upon instructions from Nickelodeon or Venue Management.

Instructions will be given by a representative on stage directing attendees where to go. General Event Information Is there a difference between each show? Different live acts will appear on each day and are subject to change or substituted last minute due to unforeseen circumstances.

What should I wear? However please note that there will not be changing rooms on site, and therefore any change of clothes must occur outside of the venue and not in the corridors or foyer. There are cloakroom places available outside the main venue. Doors will open 60 minutes prior to the performance time printed on your tickets. Late entry Policy Last entry will be 15 minutes before official start time of event. Every effort shall be made to admit latecomers to the Event at a suitable break in the Event, which may be the interval, but late admission cannot be guaranteed When will the show finish?

The experience will last approximately 90 minutes from the advertised start time and include performances, warm up acts, camera rehearsals and on-stage managed exit from the arena. The 90 minute experience does not constitute 90 minutes of non-stop performances from participating acts. The event may run over 90 minutes due to filming purposes so please leave plenty of time when planning your travel arrangements.

Is there a break? No, the show will run straight through. Can we bring food and drink into the show? There is food and drink available to purchase inside the venue. Will I be filmed? What does my ticket include? How loud will it be? The noise level of the amplified music averages around 98 dbs, and our audience can get pretty loud too! We recommend bringing age appropriate ear defenders. Will you be selling Merchandise? Is there a cash machine?

Cash points are available both near the front entrance to the park and also at various points within the park itself. Where can I collect lost property? If you have lost something during the show please speak with a steward, chaperone or member of staff. Lost property is held at the Welfare Desk at the venue. Prams and Pushchairs can be checked into the cloakroom at the venue.

By Road — take junction 32 off the M6 onto the M By Tram — Pleasure Beach has its own tram stop located just outside the entrance. By Air — Manchester International Airport is 55 minutes away. A direct train to Preston is available from this airport. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is 60 minutes away. Can I park at the venue? Blackpool Pleasure Beach has four car parks, but are likely to be busy for this event.

Car parking charges apply. We also recommend the following Blackpool Council car parks which are all within a 15 minute walk of the venue.

If you need any help booking accommodation, please go to visitblackpool. What is the booking fee? This fee is applied to both online and telephone bookings. We do everything we can to ensure an amazing experience for all of our guests, with safety being our number one priority.





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