Get ready Cincinnati – mark your calendars! LEGO KidsFest is coming to town! For three days in March, the Duke Energy Convention Center will be transformed into the biggest play room you’ve ever seen. These are LEGO bricks, people, so keep those shoes on (OUCH!).
There is a ton of stuff to do for kids of all shapes and sizes including a LEGO Model Gallery of 40 life-sized models made of LEGO bricks (move over Madame Tussauds!), race ramps where you can build your own car and take on family and friends to see whose got the need for speed; play areas for all of LEGO’s amazing products and much more. LEGO Master Builders will be on hand to give live demonstrations of inspiration.
LEGO have been a part of childhoods worldwide since 1932 and over 400 BILLION LEGO bricks have been produced since. Did you know that LEGO started in Denmark and the name is derived from the Danish words “leg godt” which means play well. Thanks Wikipedia. And contrary to popular belief, LEGO has absolutely nothing to do with EGGOS.
Now that you’ve been schooled, here’s what you need to know to get your LEGO on – KidsFest begins on Friday, March 23rd and runs through Sunday, March 25th. There are five different sessions (each session is identical to the others). You can purchase tickets for each session at www.LEGOKidsFest.com.
And the wonderful folks at LEGO are offering a discount to Family Friendly Cincinnati readers! Use the discount code starting February 17th thru March 2nd and receive $2 off each ticket. The code is: FamilyFriendly12, remember – it won’t be valid until 2/17!
But you’re feeling lucky, you say? Well then maybe you might just WIN tickets to OPENING NIGHT of LEGO KIDS FEST! We’ve got a family four-pack of tickets for the first session of Kids Fest on March 23rd. There are five ways to enter to win, and you must leave a comment below for EACH entry:
- Tell us the ages of the kiddos in your crew that would totally flip out if you won these tickets to LEGO KidsFest
- LIKE LEGO KidsFest’s FACEBOOK PAGE
- Visit LEGO’s virtual world at www.LEGO.com and tell us what online LEGO game your kids would like or already play
- Tell us what you’d build if you had the time, talent and unlimited LEGO bricks at your disposal. Visit LEGO KidsFest for some inspiration.
- Subscribe to the Family Friendly Cincinnati eNewsletter
You have until February 23rd at HIGH NOON to enter! Good luck LEGO FANS!
Disclosure: Tickets to LEGO KidsFest were provided to Family Friendly Cincinnati for their writers and to giveaway through the site.