Lexington is set to have its very first LEGO Convention. What are the dates? Where is the convention going to be held? What can attendees expect?

LEGO Convention: an older man and a young boy at a table playing with LEGOs
Will Canipe, 8, assembles a “car, boat, helicopter, and submarine alongside his grandfather, Giles Jeffreys.

BrickUniverse LEGO is bring a convention for any age and anybody who loves the world of LEGOs on July 27 through July 28 at the Lexington Convention Center. There will be Building Zones set up for attendees to build their own city, people, or whatever it is they can imagine.

Professional LEGO artist, Jonathan Lopes, plans to attend the Lexington convention all weekend long and will showcase over 30 of his select LEGO displays. One of the displays will include an 8 ft high LEGO model of New York City’s Woolworth Building.

Chicago-based LEGO artist, Rocco Buttliere, will also be in attendance. He plans to bring over 50 massive LEGO models of famous landmarks like Burj Khalifa, Westminster Palace, and more.

Other than world famous LEGO builders, there are also other attractions for the attendees.

  • LEGO Convention: a town built out of LEGOsLEGO Friends Building Area: tons of LEGO Friends bricks to build with
  • Big Brick Building: younger visitors can explore imagination through
    building with larger LEGO Duplo bricks
  • LEGO Retail: purchase LEGO merchandise and goodies
  • Star Wars Zone: build spaceships and more with thousands of LEGO STAR
    WARS themed bricks
  • The Building Zone: thousands of bricks laid out for attendees to build

The organizers are trying to make the Lexington convention the best they have ever put on, so they expect tickets to sell out quickly. Click here to purchase your tickets today.




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