World's Largest Bounce House Coming to Concord

Four days and three huge bounce houses. Are you ready?
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Courtesy of The Big Bounce America
The bounce house castle takes inflatables to a whole new level at Big Bounce America's 2019 tour, April 26-28 at Concord Speedway.

Ready to have your bounce house dreams blown? Clear your calendar for April 26-28 when Big Bounce House America’s 2019 tour comes to the Concord Speedway.

The Big Bounce America festival features two new attractions: a 900+ foot obstacle course and a space-themed wonderland. All this bouncing bliss is in addition to the The Guinness Book of World Records setter bounce house that takes center stage.

The bounce house castle takes inflatables to a whole new level. Inside you will find a basketball court, giant slide and massive ball pit. While you jump you can jam out to some serious tunes as a world-class DJ plays a pumping soundtrack with sounds and lights.

Release your inner ninja on The Giant, the huge inflatable obstacle course with challenges at every turn. Then head over to the newest attraction, airSPACE. It’s 22-feet tall and includes a five-person slide and 50 feet of play space for the youngest bouncers. Kids will love jumping to new heights among friendly aliens, spaceships, planets, moon craters and more.

The event is free for parents/caregivers to attend with their children unless they want to enjoy any of the inflatable attractions with the kids. The timed sessions are split into groups by age; Toddler Sessions (0-3), Junior Sessions (up to age 7), Bigger Kids (up to age 15) and Adult Only Sessions are for anyone 16 and over who wants to join the fun.

Remember to bring socks – no shoes or bare feet allowed. If you forget to bring them, you can purchase some at the event.

Tickets start at $16. Click for more information on tickets and pricing. The Concord Speedway is located at 7940 US Highway 601 S. Concord. 

photo courtesy of The big bounce america


Need to get warmed up for this mega bouncy event. Click here to find a place to jump your socks off. 

Courtney McLaughlin is a Charlotte-based writer and mom.