World’s Biggest Bounce House Will Be in Grand Prairie the Next 3 Weekends

The Big Bounce America is the largest touring inflatable event in the world and features four massive inflatable attractions.

The Big Bounce America, home of the only Guinness-certified world record holder of The World’s Largest Bounce House, rolls into Grand Prairie on Saturday to begin a three-weekend stay at Lone Star Park.

Produced by XL Event Lab, The Big Bounce America is the largest touring inflatable event in the world and features four massive inflatable attractions.

“We need more fun in the world! After the times we’ve just gone through, we invite you to kick those shoes off and let loose for a while,” Sophia Wilson, COO of The Big Bounce America, said in a statement.

[Photo: The Big Bounce America]

The quartet of inflatables includes the 16,000-square-foot World’s Largest Bounce House; the newly added Sport Slam featuring a customized sports arena; a long obstacle course named The Giant that’s more than 900 feet long; and a unique, space-themed wonderland called airSPACE.

“We have the perfect event to allow kids and adults alike to get out of the house and enjoy an outdoor event like they’ve never experienced,” Wilson added. “Complementing the biggest bounce house in the world, Sport Slam, The Giant, and airSPACE make The Big Bounce America an event not to miss… this is going to be one immersive bouncing festival for all ages.”

The World’s Largest Bounce House

Main bounce house at The Big Bounce America. [Photo: TBBA]

Standing 32 feet tall at its highest point and covering an area of over 16,000 square feet, this inflatable giant has been certified by Guinness as The World’s Largest Bounce House. It contains giant slides, ball pits, climbing towers, and basketball hoops alongside friendly, oversized characters of various colors, shapes, and sizes for those Instagramable moments.

At its center is a custom-built stage where the resident DJ turns up the party, hosting games, competitions, and playing music tailored to each age group. Sessions are organized by age, ranging from tiny tots to adult-only sessions.

Sport Slam

Sport Slam at Big Bounce America. [Photo: The Big Bounce America]

Sport Slam brings a customized sports arena filled with goals, nets, hoops and balls of every size and type imaginable. There are also special zones for climbing and a “battle zone” in which you can compete against your family and friends in a competition to see who can stay on their podium the longest.

The Giant

[Photo: The Big Bounce America]

For all those aspiring Ninja Warriors, The Giant is more than 900 feet in length. In features 50 different obstacles to overcome as you make your way from the start line to the grand finale monster slide.


airSPACE at Big Bounce America. [Photo: The Big Bounce America]

This inflatable is a unique space-themed feature that’s filled with friendly aliens, spaceships, moon craters, and more. Not only does it have a gigantic five-lane slide, but it also has a huge 25-foot inflatable alien at the center of the action and three ball pits.

XL Event Lab said that all-access tickets are available online and include a three-hour pass to the event, including a timed session on The World’s Largest Bounce House, as well as unlimited access to Sport Slam, The Giant and airSPACE.

AIRSpace at Big Bounce America. [Photo: The Big Bounce America]

Tickets prices start at $22. For tickets and pricing go here:

Here are the schedule days:

  • Saturday, March 18
  • Sunday, March 19
  • Friday, March 24
  • Saturday, March 25
  • Sunday, March 26
  • Friday, March 31
  • Saturday, April 1
  • Sunday, April 2

The inflatables will be sprawled all over Lone Star Park, the horse racing track in Grand Prairie.

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