OAKLAND, Calif. (KTVU) - Bounce house enthusiasts of all ages get ready: The Big Bounce America is coming to Oakland as part of its 2019 U.S tour.
The bouncing festival touts itself as the largest touring inflatable event in the world.
On Friday, it will go up at Lowell Park on 14th Street in West Oakland and is scheduled to be open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through Sept. 15.
The event features "The World's Biggest Bounce House," which theme park officials described as Guinness World Record certified-largest bounce castle in the world, complete with ball pits, climbing towers, live DJs, and confetti blasts.
There's also "The Giant," a 900 foot long inflatable obstacle course decked out with mazes and slides.
The tour will also bring the park's newest attraction known as airSPACE to Oakland. The 25-foot tall space-themed inflatable is filled with blow up aliens, spaceships, planets, moon craters, and features a huge five-person race slide.
The theme park said the entire attraction offers play areas and challenges suitable for all ages, with sessions specifically designed for different age groups, from toddlers to those 16 years and older.
The Big Bounce America tour stop in Oakland is the only one scheduled in the Bay Area.
Tickets start at $16 and can be purchased in advance here.