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Sacramento to get visit from ‘world’s biggest bounce house.’ How you can join the fun

Children play in a large bounce house. The “world’s biggest bounce house” is scheduled to make a three-day stop in Sacramento from Sept. 8-10.
Children play in a large bounce house. The “world’s biggest bounce house” is scheduled to make a three-day stop in Sacramento from Sept. 8-10. Associated Press file

Whether you’re a child or adult, get ready for some fun because it’s almost time to bounce.

The Big Bounce America, which bills itself as the world’s biggest bounce house, has been touring the United States and is scheduled to stop in Sacramento for three days next month (Sept. 8-10).

It’s a 10,000-square-foot, inflatable surface loaded with multiple obstacles and sections such as slides, ball pits and basketball courts. There are no age requirements or limits, and sessions last an hour.

Tickets aren’t available yet, but you can put your name on an email list for updates. Tickets run between $13-$19, depending on ages and ordering times.

If you can’t make it to the Sacramento appearance, other California cities on the schedule are Fresno, Bakersfield and San Diego.

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