Area residents looking to jump and play in the world’s biggest bounce house will have to sit down for a little while.
The Big Bounce America, a 10,000-square-foot, inflatable fun zone, has postponed its appearance in Sacramento. It was originally scheduled for Sept. 8-10.
Laura Hickman, a representative for the company, said in an email to The Bee that an appearance in the city has been moved to the next tour, which begins in February. It’s unclear why the Sacramento date was postponed, but the city’s weekend now belongs to Tacoma, Wash.
The Big Bounce America’s play surface is loaded with multiple obstacles and sections such as slides, ball pits and basketball courts. There are no age requirements or limits, and sessions, which are listed at $13-$19, go for an hour.
If you don’t want to wait until 2018 and are up to travel, the tour’s other California stops are Bakersfield (Sept. 29-Oct. 1) and San Diego (Oct. 6-8). Fresno is also listed for Sept. 22-24, but the company says there’s been an issue with the original venue there, so details on that appearance are pending.