Tickets are on sale now for Nebraska Brick Days in Lincoln!
Online tickets sales are closed, but you can still get your Sunday tickets for Nebraska Brick Days at the door!
The show floor will be open from 10am to 5pm Sunday, and we will have Brick-Built Derby races at 1pm!
HobbyTown and the Lincoln & Omaha LEGO User Group (LOLUG) proudly announce Nebraska Brick Days – a LEGO Fan Expo occurring at the Lancaster Event Center, 4100 N 84th St, Lincoln, NE 68507 on August 25th and 26th (10am-6pm Saturday, 10am-5pm Sunday)!
Nebraska Brick Days will be a fun family LEGO event for all ages! Members of Lego User Groups from Lincoln & Omaha (LOLUG), Colorado & Wyoming (COWLUG), and Iowa (IALUG); Kansas City Brick Labs, and guests with Very Important Builder (VIB) Pass will be displaying their custom creations and participating in LEGO-inspired events throughout the weekend.
Additional contest events include a mini-fig speed building challenge and LEGO derby race!
LOLUG creations so far include (among many things): large LEGO Mosaics, Star Wars and history-inspired designs, local landmark replicas, a LEGO railroad layout complete with farms and a city. What will you bring?
Guests are encouraged to challenge their imaginations at a LEGO Creator building area where tables filled with LEGO bricks await them:
Get your tickets online and avoid the line! Prepaid tickets get a fast pass entrance into the event!
General Admission tickets are $8 each day ($5 for children 8 years and younger, free for children under 2 years). These allow entry into the event to look at LEGO creations, play and design with LEGO Playbricks, and buy from vendors.
Once you purchase your General Admission, you can also register for the Mini-Figure Speed Building Contest ($5) using the codes and links in your confirmation e-mail!
Very Important Builder (VIB) tickets are $25 and allow entry all weekend. VIB Access includes free registration into the Mini-Figure Speed Build contest and LEGO derby race, plus raffles for LEGO sets! You will also receive a code and link for if you want to bring and display your LEGO creations.
(Photos courtesy of Geraldography in Omaha, Nebraska)