It’s a blockhead paradise.
In one section, enthusiasts will create and race Lego derby mini-cars down a 35-foot-long track. Another spot will feature Lego cities that participants can develop. Attendees will be also be able to challenge each other to friendly competitions in the Gaming Area and can create art with the help of ultraviolet light in the Glow and Mosaic zones.
Brick Fest Live is free with general admission to the museum, but advance tickets are suggested due to the event’s popularity.
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