A three-day messy play festival is coming to Dubai this month!

OliOli, Dubai’s first-of-its-kind experiential playground for children and parents alike, is launching something extra special to ring in the New Year – the OliOli Mess Fest!

Celebrating all things messy, the three-day festival runs from December 27th to 29th and offers families a range of exciting indoor and outdoor activities including walking on liquids, making the gooiest slime, creating works of art using catapults and exploding watermelons using nothing but rubber bands.

Mess Fest is all about letting children and families explore and experiment with different objects and materials without any end goals. There’s no right or wrong way to messy play at Mess Fest! Children are encouraged to let their imaginations run wild and free as they play with all things messy, sensory and most importantly, fun.

In true messy style, Mess Fest will feature numerous indoor and outdoor attractions and activities, such as giving children the opportunity to make giant bubbles over a metre wide, using catapults to launch paintballs onto a canvas to make their very own masterpiece, and building a one-of-a-kind colourful city out of blocks of chalk!

If you want to be part of the messiest event in Dubai, visit the website or call 04 702 7300 for tickets. Book online before December 25th and adults go free!

Details: Mess Fest will be held on December 27, 28 and 29 at OliOli – next to the Oasis Center in Al Quoz. Tickets are priced at AED 126 per child above 23 months, AED 63 per child aged 18-23 months, and AED 42 per adult. Admission grants three-hour access to both the Mess Fest and other OliOli galleries.

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