Following the fantastic, sold-out success of their first virtual LEGO Expo in April, Brickworld is back to offer four new dates.
Brickworld, who regularly hosts LEGO conventions in the Midwestern states, is now open to fans all over the US and around the world. “We are excited to welcome more kids, families, and adult fans and their creations to our internet convention to receive feedback and encouragement, including over Halloween weekend, which will substitute for our annual weeklong Chicago convention,” said producer Mark Larsen.
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With the use of Zoom rooms, the expo will allow ticket holders to share their own creations with each other and with experts, including many LEGO Masters and TV contestants. Participants can also watch presentations and tutorials, visit vendors to check out and/or purchase new products, and join different display rooms.
(Sneak peek for display rooms: a Star Wars room, a Smurf Village, Guilds of Historica castle realm room, and other fantasy settings! Don’t miss out on the Great Ball Contraption!)
The Brickworld LEGO Expo will take place on Saturday, May 16th 2020 from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM CT. Tickets are $9 per show, and $1 from each ticket will be donated to Brickworld’s longtime charity partner Make-A-Wish.
Other recipients of donations will include Riley Children’s Hospital, Creations for Charity, and FIRST LEGO League.
To purchase tickets, follow the links for the dates provided. Currently, only 2000 tickets per show will be sold, so hurry! Buy individual tickets or purchase a four-show season pass for $27. EARLY REGISTRATION IS RECOMMENDED AT https://brickworld.com/
- Brickworld Virtual Con Spring on Saturday, May 16, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. CT
- Brickworld Virtual Con Fireworks on Saturday, June 27, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. CT
- Brickworld Virtual Con Halloween on Saturday, October 31, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. CT
- Brickworld Virtual Con Holiday on Saturday, December 12, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. CT
To dive into the fun now, check out Brickworld’s how-to demos on Youtube. Subscribe to the Brickworld YouTube Channel to see current postings like Building Round Part One and How to Build a Truss Bridge.
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