Save the date! On Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th May, this virtual festival will play host to themed stages streaming a range of exciting entertainment, competitions and activities for all the family.

Hosted at as well as across the Good Play Guide’s social media channels, the festival is open to everyone around the world. Participation is completely free and offers a chance for families to create positive memories whilst having fun together.

As families worldwide face school closures, lockdown, self-isolation, and social distancing measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus, it’s time to thrive, not survive – fun is not cancelled, so get involved!

This promises to be the family-friendly virtual festival everyone needs, so pitch your tent in the garden, get out your camping chairs and enjoy your bank holiday weekend – join in and enjoy two action-packed days, nurturing children’s imagination, creativity and connectivity and putting play back at the heart of the home.

The exclusive line-up will be packed with children’s favourite characters, celebrities and brands, with printable festival wristbands downloadable online to add to the festival experience. The festival will also be raising funds for the National Emergencies Trust Coronavirus Appeal.

Families will be able to register their interest for this free event via the Good Play Guide’s Facebook page .

Dr Amanda Gummer, Founder and CEO of the Good Play Guide and renowned child psychologist, comments, “We’re thrilled to be able to bring together a festival for children that will have attendees singing, dancing, creating and relaxing, with a huge variety of performers lined up, it’s going be a brilliant weekend for all involved.”