Location: Hatfield House, Hertfordshire
LolliBop was a family day out aimed at children up to the age of 12 (day tickets only).
Featuring some of the biggest names in kids entertainment on its live stages, LolliBop also plays host to science and educational zones, craft areas and adventure activities.
Workshops, fun activities, and the chance to catch some great kid’s entertainers too – your little ones are bound to have a ball.
Returning LolliBoppers will see old favorites mixed with new attractions.
The new location of Hatfield House is set in beautiful gardens with fountains, a magical woodland and the famous knot garden adjoining the Tudor Old Palace where Queen Elizabeth I spent much of her childhood.
For a family destination, Hatfield House can’t be beaten. LolliBop has taken place in numerous locations over the years, and we firmly believe this is our best yet. The setting is breathtaking – with stunning gardens, lush green areas and a woodlands just waiting to be explored – it’s allowed us to open our imaginations and plan an event like never before.
We’ve been working hard to secure some of the best-loved names in children’s entertainment. The 2014 lineup will be jam packed with big names for the main stage, alongside an unprecedented number of live theatre; plus sports; creative workshops; nature talks and brand new areas and acts, never before seen at LolliBop.
Gareth Cooper, Festival Director
What makes LolliBop unique?
“LolliBop is the biggest UK festival for kids. It’s a magical land of endless fun for the under 12’s and the best summer day out for families. We’ll bring you all the thrills and excitement of a festival vibe but without the hassle of camping. Plus once you have paid your ticket price everything is FREE (apart from food, drinks and gifts from our markets). We will keep our pint sized festival goers busy all day with an action packed programme that will delight your little ones.” – LolliBop Team
Site Accessibility and Facilities
Hatfield House is close to the A1 making it accessible from all directions with limited free car parking on site. 20-minute train journey from London Kings Cross and Hatfield train station is 5-minute walk.
A wide selection of food and drink stalls are on offer.
The Festival provides disabled ticket holders that require full time assistance with a free ticket for a partner, accompanying friend or personal assistant (PA). Those wanting a Personal Assistant Ticket need to fill in a PA application form and provide a copy of their most recent DLA letter showing their current entitlement. The form is available to download here: Disabled Access Registration Form.
Staffed covered buggy parks provided but all buggies and valuables are left at your own risk.
Boob & Botty boudoirs where you can change your baby, breastfeed in comfort and heat up baby food.
Sun-cream and rain ponchos available at the first aid and info tents.
Many activities are under marquee cover, shaded areas are provided and the buggy parks are also covered.
All of the activities, stages and events are included in the entry ticket price*. Entrance is free for babies under 1 year.
* excludes food, drink and gifts / shopping from the market