A Big Bouncy House is Coming to Cleveland for the Kid in All of Us


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Big Bounce America comes to Cleveland next weekend on its nationwide summer tour.

The world's biggest bounce house returns to our city after a sold-out tour in 2017. This year, people can escape adulting in North Ridgeville's Victory Park July 13 through 15 (but adult-only session tickets are available for Saturday and Sunday).

Each "zone" in the 10,000 square foot bounce house features special themes, activities and entertainment. The resident DJ plays music and hosts games and contests from the brightly colored bounce house's custom stage. Inflatable jungle animals and basketball hoops await your attack. A giant slide leads you into a huge ball pit and various obstacle courses keep you on your toes.

You can purchase tickets here. Adult tickets are $25 and include Bounce Village Passes. So congratulations, in addition to an hour in the bounce house, you'll get to experience the 2,000 square foot Monster Ball Pit and the Ninja Run obstacle course. RSVP and learn more about Big Bounce America with its Facebook event.

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