‘The World’s Largest Bounce House’ Is Coming To Louisville, And Adults Can Play, Too

The Big Bounce America, a touring attraction of four gigantic inflatables, is coming to Louisville this summer. 

The attraction hasn’t yet announced its Louisville date, but the website says it’ll be arriving “Summer 2022.” In the meantime, you can sign up for updates on the location and tickets at this link.

It’ll bring four super-sized components that kids and adults will both be able to enjoy: 

  • The World’s Largest Bounce House (a Guinness-World-Record-holding unit with more than 16,000 square feet of, well, bounce-housiness, complete with a DJ spinning age-appropriate tunes in the middle)
  • Sport Slam (“dodgeball, basketball, soccer and many other bouncy challenges”)
  • The Giant (think “American Ninja Warrior,” but in bright neon colors)
  • airSPACE (an alien-themed bounce unit.)

Tickets, which start at $19, aren’t available for Louisville yet. When they do release, they’ll be available in three-hour sessions: Toddler (kids under 3, plus their parents or guardians); Junior (kids under 7, plus their parents or guardians); Bigger Kids (kids under 15 and their parents or guardians); and Adult Only (16 and up.) 

Parents of kids under 4 must accompany their children inside a bounce unit; parents of kids over 4 do not have to do so, but anyone who wants to bounce needs a ticket. That said, “spectators” do not need to buy a ticket.

Everyone who makes use of the bounce attractions is required to wear socks.

The Big Bounce America does mention one particular rule for adult-only sessions, though: “Everyone MUST behave like an overgrown child!”

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