If you have ever wanted to attend a LEGO festival, then keep your calendar free for September 18 and 19.
September 18 and September 19 will host the first-ever LEGO festival at the Clyde Muse Center, courtesy of BrickUniverse, according to a report by WLBT.
The event will feature LEGO builds, a meet of professional LEGO artists and much more. Attractions will include a showcase of over 50 landmarks built in LEGOs by Rocco Buttliere, spaceships built by Lia Chan, and a massive LEGO city built by some talented LEGO artists.
While two-year-olds and younger children are free, tickets will still need to be purchased for the event. You can do so by clicking this link.
Saturday, September 18, will be hosted from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, September 19 will host at the same time.