World War Brick 2013 – Minneapolis, MN – June 28-30th
World War Brick is a gathering of hobbyists and fans dedicated to modeling historical and military-related scenes, vehicles, and weaponry using LEGO® brand bricks. WWB is presented by Brickmania, BrickArms, GI Brick plus additional sponsors, exhibitors and fans.
WORLD WAR BRICK 2013
WWB 2013 is scheduled for the weekend of June 28-30 and will take place at the Brickmania Toyworks in Minneapolis, Minnesota. There will be more than 10,000 square feet made available for activities, displays, collaborations and of course products for sale from Brickmania, BrickArms, GI Brick and others who seek to expand and enrich the building experience.
WWB 2013 will take place this year at Brickmania’s world headquarters in Minneapolis, MN. The activities will take place in the 9600 square feet public galleries known as the Brickmania Toyworks, part of a huge former armaments complex active in World War II through the Cold War.
WEEKEND PASSES NOW ON SALE
The Weekend Pass is your all-access ticket to all the action at World War Brick 2013 and gets you the following:
- Access to all official World War Brick activities happening 9am-9pm Friday and Saturday, and 9am to 7pm Sunday evening.
- Space to display your MOCs (MOC=My Own Creation) and participate in collaborative displays.
- First crack at all all the stuff for sale, including new releases and event exclusives.
- All-you-can-eat ramen noodle buffet. 😀
- Goodie bag including an exclusive event T-shirt, freebies and more (you must be registered with a weekend pass by June 1st to receive the free T-shirt)
Weekend Pass purchasers must be 15 years of age or accompanied by an parent or guardian with their own weekend pass. The price for a weekend pass is $50 if purchased by April 1, 2013, after April 1st, weekend pass will be $60. There will be a limited number of Weekend Passes issued.
Order your Weekend Passes HERE
If you do not wish to attend the full World War Brick gathering, you can see the exhibits and make purchases during one the public hours. These are 10am-4pm Saturday and Sunday only. Admission costs $5 per person. Children four and under are free.