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Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to host kids event with CBeebies stars

PUBLISHED: 14:51 12 August 2013 | UPDATED: 16:20 12 August 2013

Justin Fletcher , a familiar face for many youngsters, will be appearing at this year's LolliBop event at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Justin Fletcher , a familiar face for many youngsters, will be appearing at this year's LolliBop event at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

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The star of BBC TV’s children’s shows Justin Fletcher is promising to thrill the crowds at this year’s LolliBop at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

The BAFTA –award winning star of CBeebies will be performing live for LolliBoppers on Saturday and Sunday.

Jenny Kane, event manager at LolliBop, said: “Justin Fletcher is top of the charts when it comes to kids entertainment and our new venue deserves to host the number one superstar of CBeebies. We’re delighted Justin is able to be a part of LolliBop 2013.”

The all-mouse reggae band, Rastamouse and Da Easy Crew, has also been confirmed for Friday as part of a busy summer touring the nation. Last seen at LolliBop 2011, the cool, mystery-solving mouse will be back on stage performing his latest hits for fans throughout the day.

Another new addition to the LolliBop 2013 line up is everyone’s favourite postman, Postman Pat and of course, Britain’s most famous black and white cat, Jess! They will be at the festival over the three days meeting pint sized festival goers.

LolliBop promises all the fun of a festival without the hassle of camping. With an incredible line up, all aimed at children under the age of 10, LolliBop combines the hottest names in kids entertainment, as well of hundreds of activities, workshops and interactive areas.

The 2013 programme also includes Dick and Dom, Skylanders, Science Museum Live, Cloudbabies, The Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Peppa Pig and Transformers.

For more information go to www.lollibopfestival.co.uk


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