Brick Fest was filled with plenty of displays, showing creations from a number of builders. We were both intrigued by the miniature carnival set up with actual working rides and we loved the Zombie set up as shown above. Plenty of the displays were full villages and scenes laid out, not just individual sets.
Other highlights for the two of us:
- A Lego mini-fig building contest, put on by one of the toy stores--Ben had the quickest time in his round and one a Brick Headz Hulk
- Building Lego race cars and racing them down the track, neither of us were particularly successful though
- Building small Lego boards that were part of a larger mosaic, ours were part of Darth Vader
- Playing with the MeeperBots, robot platforms that can be controlled via smartphone and built up with Legos to design your own robot
- We were disappointed to miss the miniature golf and the trivia sections that had been shown in the promos. We had chosen the final session of the four Brick Fest sessions to attend and either both events were over or gone by the time we were there. Next time, we may opt for an earlier session in the hopes that some of the attractions won't be gone.
Would we go again? Maybe. We would definitely not choose the final session of the weekend, but we might check it out one more time to see some of the things we missed this go round. If your kids love Lego and Brick Fest Live is near your hometown, it's worth taking a look.
Disclosure: We received complimentary Lego Brick Fest Live ticket as part of our affiliation with USFamilyGuide. All opinions are my own.