October 10-11, 2015; 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Tickets $15 at the door; a portion of each ticket sale goes to non-profits.

For this event, Lego builders Harry and Austin Nijenkamp “free built” (meaning no plans or drawings) an entire city with over one million Lego pieces featuring parks, 12-foot plus high skyscrapers, streets and even a parade containing thousands of Lego mini figures.  It took over a year to build this amazing city.

Also at this event:

– A replica of Nijenkamp’s Lego Studio to provide insight into how they create their giant exhibits.

– BRICKS custom 4′ MOCs including Helms Deep, Winter Village, Spooktacular Haunted Scene, and Pirate Island

– A Lego Robotics demonstration

– Kids Freebuild Area with over 100,000 Lego Bricks

– Kids bounce house

– Play various Lego games

– See various creations by other metro-Atlanta, Lego enthusiasts.

– Custom 3D printed minifigure heads of your self

– 20+ Lego Vendors selling hard to find new and used Lego sets, custom minifigures/bricks, light kits and more

– Pictures with Mr. Bricks and other Lego Mascots

– Concessions available