Brick Fest Live Returns to Home Town of Philadelphia

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PHILADELPHIA, PA — The nation’s #1 LEGO® event and largest touring fan-created LEGO® show is reassembling in its native Philadelphia. Brick Fest Live is back for the first time in 18-months with new exhibits and interactive stage shows on October 2-3 at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA.

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“Before it became the #1 touring LEGO event in the U.S., Brick Fest Live began right here in Philadelphia,” said Brick Fest Live Founder Chad Collins, a northeast Philadelphia native who resides in Warwick, Bucks County. “We can’t wait to inspire, educate and entertain families as they walk among life-sized LEGO models, enjoy our new live, interactive stage shows and more.”

More than one million LEGO® bricks will be on display in over 70,000 square feet of space. This year at Brick Fest Live, LEGO enthusiasts will have a chance to meet contestants from the Lego Masters reality TV show.

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Brick Fest Live began when a Bucks County, PA father and his daughter started a YouTube channel devoted to the LEGO creations they were building together. After posting nearly 500 videos and accumulating more than 11 million views, they decided to gather the LEGO community in person. Now Brick Fest Live is the #1 touring LEGO event in the U.S., winning multiple Guinness World Records and attracting more than 500,000 fans since its inception in 2014. Brick Fest Live also designed, built and donated the centerpiece LEGO installation inside the Eagles state-of-the-art sensory room at Lincoln Financial Field

Tickets start at $24.99 at with staggered entry at 9 am, 11:30 am and 2 pm. Kids ages 2 and under enter for free. VIP tickets are available starting at $49.99,

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