News release from Brickworld Fort Wayne:
Brickworld returning to the Grand Wayne Center
Fishers, IN (September 30, 2015) – Brickworld is excited to be bringing the premiere LEGOÂ® display and exposition back to the Grand Wayne Center in Fort Wayne, IN for the fifth consecutive year. The event is 32,000 square feet of displays made of LEGO bricks, interactive activities and vendors selling LEGO kits, parts and compatible accessories. When asked how he would describe Brickworld events to someone that hasn’t attended, Event Organizer, Bryan Bonahoom, said “The displays at the event are awe inspiring. The detailed ideas and creativity of the artists and engineers always amaze.” Brickworld displays include trains, robots, cityscapes, space stations, and much more. Bryan also added “We are excited to be able to display the 26 foot long USS Missouri model recently completed by Dan Siskind. It is an amazing creation that is not only a piece of art, but it also captures a piece of history.”
Brickworld showcases many local LEGO artists and engineers from the state of Indiana through a partnership with the Indiana LEGO User Group and the Fort Wayne LEGO User Group. There are also displays coming from as far away as Toronto, Canada and Minneapolis, MN. These displays are invited because they are crowd favorites or award winning creations from other Brickworld events.
Brickworld Fort Wayne will be held on October 24 and 25, 2015 at the Grand Wayne Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Hours are 10 AM – 6 PM on Saturday and 10 AM – 5 PM on Sunday. Admission is $10, ages 3 and under are free. We are also pleased to honor our active duty and reserve service men and women and first responders with a discounted $7 adult ticket (ID required). Tickets available at the door or online via the Brickworld web site at brickworld.com/fort-wayne-dates-set.
About Brickworld, LLC.
Brickworld LLC is a private company that is not associated with the LEGO Group of companies. Brickworld operates expositions in various locations in the US, showcasing displays from LEGO fans locally and around the world.