I was given tickets to LEGOKidFest to facilitate the writing of this review. This is my honest opinion of LEGOKidFest.
My children proclaimed yesterday the Best Day Ever at my house. I guess that makes me the best mom ever too. Well at least it does in my own eyes. We headed to Nashville to go to the LEGO KidFest and they had so much fun. I have quite a few pictures to share with you. The one above is where the kids just dig in and get to building.
They had quite a few things from the Lego Movie. Which we own and still love to watch to this day.
They had great areas to play in. There was a ramp area where the kids were able to race their vehicles that they built. My kids raced their vehicles and the sister won! There was many different building stations. They had areas designated just for Star Wars building. Areas designated to build a huge city.
My son built a home and a bridge for this area then it gets placed into the city that they are building up. There was a bounce area, a Titan area and a movie watching area. There was a challenge zone where the kids built things and the kids compared to see which one was most durable. The brick battle zone area was set up to see which built item could hold the most weight or the most bricks. There’s even a duplo area for the little ones.
There was a model museum where we saw Iron Man of LEGOs, Batman, R2D2, everyone from the Lego Movie, and even Batman and Robin’s motorcycle. Don’t fear parents there are lots of places for parents to sit while the kids play. We did a lot of sitting as they were creating. Speaking of creating here’s my sons’ star wars creation in the star wars area.
Once the kids create something there’s cubby’s for you to display their work. It should still be there today for the kids that go see it today. That was cool and made my kids excited. There was even an area for you to eat should you get hungry and a Lost Parent Zone. Those kids are fast nowadays. My girl wanted to be famous and in the newspaper so we snapped this of her being all famous!
Plan on going today? Have so much fun! Tickets are completely sold out for Saturday and Sunday. So if you missed it catch it next time it comes through and get those tickets fast!
Five identical sessions are available for the three-day tour stop. LEGO KidsFest tickets are $22.50 for adults and $19.50 for children and can be purchased online at http://www.legokidsfest.com.
The LEGO KidsFest 2015 tour stops include Arizona (Glendale): February 27 – March 1; Missouri (St. Louis): March 20 – 22; Tennessee (Nashville): April 17 – 19; and Texas (Austin): September 4 – 6.
On tour since 2009, previous LEGO KidsFest tour stops have included major cities such as Chicago, Boston, Atlanta, San Jose, Cleveland, Houston and more. Tickets generally sell out and attendance averages 27,000 visitors at each venue. To date, more than 700,000 have enjoyed more than 35 LEGO KidsFest shows. In 2014, the tour made its first stop in Alberta, Canada, selling out a week before the show.
In 2013, the LEGO KidsFest was awarded Best Proprietary Event by Event Marketer Magazine. The LEGO KidsFest is managed by BuzzEngine, an event marketing agency.