July 06, 2017 1 min read


Boots by Hubble and DukeFestival fun with a Rock and Roller WagonCosiness is key in the wagonSisters chilling at a festival - Children of the TribeGlo tatts for Festival glamWear your boots!Festival clothing by Children of the TribeA Wildling runs free at a Festival shoot for Children of the tribeStay together - Kids do festival rightProtect their ears with Ems Earmuffs for KidsFestival kid peering over vinylLittle London John in a wagonFestival ReadyWagon by Rock and Roller Wagons ready for Little SplendourFestival ComfortActivity Idea by Sienna Byron BayFestival Game Face - Zaza by Children of the Tribe

We love the fantasy, colour and good vibes of festivals, and there’s no reason kids can’t rock out alongside their mamas and papas when the festival comes to town.

With a super stylish wagon from Rock & Roller Wagons (available for hire at Little Splendour) we used our cushions and throws from our homewares collection to create the ultimate cosy space for kids to kick back and take in the sights and sounds of the festival.

Dressed in our favourite festival outfits - the rockstar, the most-wanted and the little roadie - we hit the dusty roads of the Byron hinterland for our shoot, the kids all set for a world of festival wonder.

Splendour in the Grass is a kid-friendly as it gets and Children of the Tribe will be there. We’re setting up inside a giant tipi with our latest collection at Little Splendour for three days of magic, including a dress-up photobooth for the little ones. We’d love to see you there! 

Festival get up by Children of the Tribe, Boots by Hubble & Duke, Fabulous body art by Glo Tatts, and Nail varnish by Sienna Byron Bay as an activity.

Charlie wears - The Take me to Tulum Maxi paired with Jungle Fever Leggings and Wanderlust Flanno (for when the sun sets) Shop now»

Zara wears - The Jungle Fever Overalls styled up perfectly with the Polka Dot Swing top Shop now»

London wears - The Surf Gang Raglan, Gypsy Grey Slouch Pants and Wanderlust Flanno Shop now» 

For more on Festivals with Kids - check out our interview with Trudi Luke- Creator of Little Splendour on the blog.