So Much Fun at LEGO KidsFest Phoenix 7


So Much Fun at LEGO KidsFest Phoenix

I recently received some tickets for the 2015 LEGO KidsFest from #USFG (UsFamilyGuide) for blogging about the event.  My son is a LEGO fanatic – he builds all kinds of things and has loved these toys for many years.  We’ve never been able to go to a KidsFest before, so the boys couldn’t wait!! I let my husband and son use the tickets and they invited a friend and his Dad to have a “Guys Day”…or so they said!!

The event was about 3.5 hours away from our home, so the Dad’s took the day off of work and started driving.  The arrived at the event and every one of them said that they loved it!!  So many fun things to do and see.

Here are some photos of their fun trip – again, thanks you LEGO and #USFamilyGuide for letting my guys have such a great time!!


About LEGO KidsFest

The LEGO® KidsFest kicks off its seventh year on the road with a stop in Phoenix in February, 2015.  The award-winning LEGO KidsFest will feature new activities, popular favorites featured in interactive event running from Feb. 27 – March 1, 2015 at Glendale’s University of Phoenix Stadium.

Those who attended the previous show can once again expect hands-on building, creative experiences and one-of-a-kind activities. Children of all ages and builders of all skills and levels are welcome.

LEGO KidsFest features dozens of new activities and popular favorites on the three-acre show floor.

kidsfestNew activities for this year’s visit include LEGO Mindstorms, LEGO Movie, LEGO Fusion, LEGO Disney Princess, the Mixels, a LEGO Superheroes area and more.

Once again, show-goers can enjoy the LEGO Model Museum, Race Ramps, Creation Nation, Construction Zone, LEGO DUPLO, LEGO Retail store and LEGO KidsFest Marketplace, the Big Brick Pile, LEGO Ninjago and more.

“We’re thrilled to be returning to the Phoenix area,” said Vince Rubino, LEGO Events Manager. “We’ve got a host of new activities as well as some areas we know are very popular with our fans. Not only will families create some new memories at the show, they’ll get another chance to flex and showcase their building skills.” kidsfest

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

On tour since 2009, previous LEGO KidsFest tour stops have included major cities such as Chicago, Boston, Atlanta, San Jose, Cleveland, Houston, Detroit 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, LEGO KidsFest was awarded Best Proprietary Event by Event Marketer Magazine. LEGO KidsFest is managed by BuzzEngine, an event and marketing agency.

Some of the activities at the shows include:

  • LEGO Model Gallery: dozens of life-sized models made entirely from LEGO kidsfestbricks
  • LEGO Master Builders: live demonstrations and activities from the crew who get paid to play
  • Race Ramps: build a custom car, then race it down the ramp against friends and family
  • LEGO Fusion: test out a new, fun and creative way of combining real LEGO brick building with a smartphone or tablet.
  • LEGO Chima: choose a tribe and test battling skills with the whole family
  • LEGO Star Wars™: build and display a Star Wars model
  • LEGO Disney™ Princess: create a princess scene to add to a LEGO story book
  • LEGO Super Heroes: build a badge and pose with a bigger than life Spiderman model
  • LEGO DUPLO®: younger visitors can explore imagination through building
  • LEGO Retail:purchase LEGO merchandise and official KidsFest tour goods
  • LEGO Friends: build for the five empowered friends from Heartlake City
  • LEGO Ninjago: spin the way to being a Spinjitzu member
  • LEGO Mindstorms: build and program robots and snakes
  • LEGO City: using the imagination to create buildings and vehicles to the urban diorama
  • LEGO Technic: get hands-on with the cool, realistic vehicles at the booth
  • Creation Nation: build your own creation to add to a custom map of the U.S.
  • Brick Pile: a gigantic pile full of LEGO bricks for creative play and enjoyment
  • Monochromatic Builds: bricks of a single color foster group creativity

Based on sell-out attendance in previous markets, advance ticket purchase is strongly encouraged. Tickets for all 2015 tour stops are on sale at

The LEGO KidsFest is a traveling LEGOextravaganza featuring millions of LEGO bricks and dozens of hands-on educational and fun building activities for all ages. It features dozens of life-sized LEGO models and displays, LEGO brand building areas, the Big Brick Pile, race ramps and more, all covering three acres of space.



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alison shaffer
9 years ago

oh my gosh, I can’t even imagine a Lego Fest. What fun!!! my youngest daughter was a huge Lego fan. I kept it all for her even though she is in college. It was such fun watching her build creations. The Lego Fest would have been on my list of places to go!

9 years ago

I so want to visit here. It would be so much fun

Linda Kinsman
9 years ago

What an awesome way for Father and Son to spend the day. Even better that you had an extra ticket for a friend. Lego clubs are huge, I’m learning. We even have a club in our little town.

Jamie @ Life of Creed
9 years ago

Looks like a lot of fun! My 5 year old would LOVE this, wait… I would LOVE this. We both enjoy building LEGOs. Thanks for sharing!!! 🙂

9 years ago

My kids went to a Lego store for the first time last spring in Nashville. They loved it and would have spent the whole night there. I can’t imagine how tall they’d be walking after a day at Lego Kidsfest!

tara pittman
9 years ago

My boys would be so happy to go to this. They love Legos.