Celebrate Independence Day Week with Brickworld’s LEGO Fireworks Virtual Game
Now that virtual conferencing has become the norm, you shouldn’t miss the experience. Chicago based LEGO Expo Brickworld, which regularly hosts LEGO conventions throughout the Midwest, announces the Brickworld LEGO Fireworks Virtual Con on Saturday, June 27 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. PT. The Fireworks Virtual Con will feature a range of online LEGO activities for all ages, with exhibits, displays, builds, games and vendors in a suite of Zoom rooms, including interactions LEGO Masters TV contenders and fan favorite screens like the Large bullet counterfeit, and of course, Lego fireworks.
Tickets are $ 9, with $ 1 from each ticket donated to Make-A-Wish, Brickworld’s longtime charity partner. Only 2000 tickets will be offered worldwide, so early registration is encouraged to https://brickworld.com/brickworld-virtual-jun-27/. A $ 22 pass for 3 shows is available for June. You can also secure your tickets for Brickworld LEGO Halloween Virtual Con Saturday, October 31, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific Time and Virtual LEGO Holiday Con Brickworld Saturday, December 12, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. PT.
The events scheduled for the LEGO Fireworks Virtual Con Brickworld include:
- LEGO Masters TV contestants in a children’s challenge, also judged by the expo participants
- LEGO Masters TV contestants build messages of hope #WishesAreWaiting
- LEGO fireworks from talented builders to celebrate Independence Day
- Demonstration on how to build small LEGO creatures
- Advanced DC Spaceship and Landmark Builder Demos
- LEGO Interactive Escape Room and the Connect Four robot interactive game
- Elvendale Live Interactive Building
- Brethren of the Brick Seas Pirates World
- Large LEGO train plan with expert builder Monty’s Trains
- Live character sketch with fan participation by Kevin Hinkle of Bricks in the Middle
- Q&A with LEGO Community Manager Jan Beyer and LEGO Product Developers
“Brickworld is happy to continue bringing LEGO bricks to the world,” says producer Mark Larson. “Our virtual events allow fans around the world to learn new building techniques, get inspired by massive buildings, participate in world games and stay #SaferAtHome!” Brickworld is also posting live demo videos so LEGO builders can improve their skills at home. Current publications include Construction of the first part and Build a truss bridge. Fans are encouraged to subscribe to the Brickworld YouTube Channel to see the latest in alternative builds and other skills.
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