Monday, May 29, 2017

Brick Fest Live is on Tour Now! PLUS $3 OFF Coupon!

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I love this picture. It depicts our whole day. I took my son, his friend, my granddaughter and her mama to the Brick Fest at the West Palm Beach Convention Center.  It was an awesome day for all of us, and the boys as you can see...really liked the oversized foam bricks!




My granddaughter preferred the Duplos. Those stairs you see are her own personal creation, and she was super dee duper proud of them too. The little slips of fabric you see on the ground are actually capes her mom made for her little unicorns (from My Little Pony, I think) and the steps allowed her little friends to get up to and into the pool of DUPLOS. Good times. ;)


The boys used templates to make their own creations, out of the regular-sized building bricks They had Minecraft templates, and I was surprised my son didn't use one of those, but the colorful target he made was nice.


There was a LEGO wall for them to showcase their creations when they completed them.


The big white structure you see behind the ladies was already in place when the event opened. There were bins of white bricks all around it though, so you could build things and place them around the perimeter.


Lots of mini figures were for sale too, and those are my son's favorite right now. A lot of the ones they had on display were unique to me. You could custom make your own to buy at some of the stations. We didn't but any, but I did wait in line for about 15 minutes to purchase a Christmas ornament. The line, however, didn't move. When you have kids in a room full of fun things to do, it's hard to contain them, so I left without one. Bummer, but that's okay. We have an ornament book (how to make Christmas Ornaments out of LEGOS), so if I want to badly enough, I can make my own later.


The tent with the Glow Bricks inside was my favorite. I haven't seen these in stores, but I'd sure like to get a set for the house. The glow they give off is fan-tas-tic!


They had items both big and small on display. I didn't see any for sale though (maybe I just missed them?).


They did have a lot of traditional sets for sale though, and almost everyone had a bag, so I'm guessing sales were going through the roof.


Behind the boys here is a race track. This is where people lined up to pit their creations against one another to see whose ride would travel the fastest. My son loves to do this at Disney Springs, so he was geeked to see the racetracks set up here.


All of us tried our hand at mini golf. It was my granddaughter's skill that trumped us all though. She was getting a hole every two tries. It wouldn't surprise me at all if she was getting holes in one in no time at all with a little practice. Future professional golfer in our midst? Perhaps. :)


Brick Fest Live was an awesome place to build, buy and dream. I highly recommend attending an event. The tour is running now! Learn more by Googling to see if they are coming to a neighborhood near you. It is a fun day that's absolutely worth taking the time out to do.

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25 comments:

Launna said...

Hi Rosey, I wanted to thank you for dropping by my blog and leaving a sweet comment... I have been off blogging for a couple of months due to some massive pain, thankfully my doctor found a prescription that is helping, now I can get back to blogging and writing xox

Dawn McAlexander said...

That looked like a fun time for all. I always enjoyed playing with LEGOs as a kid. I would certainly love them as an adult, too.

Theresa Mahoney said...

Brick Fest Live looks like it provides an entire day of fun for everyone! Love the granddaughter's stairs, and those big foam bricks are pretty cool. Reminds me of oversized Jenga bricks that the girls love to play with.

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Rosey - looks amazing ... and you all obviously had loads of fun - great entertainment ... Lego know how to do things! Have a happy week - cheers Hilary

Pat Hatt said...

The glowing bricks would sure be fun. Everyone has smiles as they play, sure a good day. Your son's friend looks really into it in the first pic.

Kenya G. Johnson said...

Wow that looks fun. I thought Christopher would never outgrow Legos. Now reading this post, I can't remember the last time he's played with them. :-(

Sandee said...

My great granddaughter would love to be here for a day. She loves this kind of thing.

Have a fabulous day. ☺

Joyce Lansky said...

This looks like a fun festival.

Elizabeth O. said...

Brick Fest sounds like the perfect event for the kids! It definitely looks like the kids had so much fun, playing around and building things!

Carol Cassara said...

That's amazing and it's so nice that you got to take the kids to that event! There are so many things that you can do while you're there!

Colette S said...

Looks like such fun! I know the kids would enjoy this.
And look how fast your little grand is growing! Oh It's hard sometimes to see how fast time moves.

1AlwaysNYC 1 said...

This looks like so much fun! I wish it had been around when my kids were younger.

Ronnie E. said...

How fun! I love the Lego creation wall - the kids really came up with beautiful patterns and designs. :)

Susan Flett Swiderski said...

What a fun way to spend the day! (And not just for the kids, either.)

Andrea said...

Looked like a fun way to spend a day - and a coupon to boot!

Neha said...

This looks so amazing, the pictures are really good. I think you had so much fun.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

What fun! I'd love to go too.

Jess Cammerman said...

What a great day out for the kids! I'd love to take my nephews there - they would love it!

alissa apel said...

That does look like fun! I got another email from them about a brick fest in KC. We're not heading back to KC any time soon, or I would go. It looks like your family had fun!

Binky said...

That would be a fun event.

Sylvia Julie Kalungi said...

What a great experience you had with your kids! This was fun for sure. My nephews would love this place for sure.

The Happy Whisk said...

Oh my goodness. What fun.

Kristi Maloney said...

For as much as my oldest son loves Legos, we never did make it to a Lego Fest. It looks and sounds like a blast!

Ai Sakura said...

wish I had the huge oversized foam blocks at home to play with haha

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

~ Noelle said...

I really wanted to take Broxton to this, but when it was near us, we were out of town. Go figure.
Looks like the perfect place for fans of LEGO!