The self-described "world's biggest bounce house" is on tour, apparently, and it's bringing bouncy summertime magic to several Bay Area locations beginning next week. And yes, there are adults only sessions.
The first stop will be Morgan Hill (south of San Jose) from July 12-14 and July 19-21. The enormous bouncy castle will then come to Santa Rosa August 30 to September 1, then "Oakland/Contra Costa County" from September 6 to 8, and then San Francisco from September 13 to 15. These latter dates are listed as "subject to change" and they already appear to be in flux — NBC Bay Area earlier reported that the San Francisco dates would be Labor Day weekend and the week after, but now Oakland has been added. You can find tickets for the first three stops here, and those who are waiting for the SF stop can fill in their email address to get updates.
Tickets for kids are $25, and $30 for adults.
This is all being produced by an outfit called The Big Bounce America, and they were recently featured on Rachel Maddow's MSNBC show because they were bringing a bounce house to Iowa the same week that the Democratic candidates were descending there.
Below, some video of what it takes to blow up this 10,000 square-foot bounce house.