Pop-up Bar Created with One Million Lego Blocks Coming to Vancouver this Summer

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Proving that you can really make anything out of Lego, Vancouver will be hosting a fun, pop-up ‘Legobar’ this summer – constructed from over a million Lego bricks! Organized by the same team behind the upcoming Hot Tub Cinema Club events, the pop-up Legobar will be appearing in Vancouver for a select number of days this June.

This pop-up event is the first of its kind and will consist of over 1 million blocks, transported and assembled in each city it visits. The bar will feature sculptures made completely from building blocks as well as an abundance of blocks for people to shape into their own creations. There will also be local DJ’s spinning tunes all day.

The event was previously referred to as the “Legobar”, but has since been changed to “One Million Bricks” or “The Brick Bars”. Perhaps because they are not actually associated with Lego®…

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Image courtesy of The Brick Bars | Facebook

Few details about the event have been released, but the buzz from local blogs reveals that the event will take place in a secret location in Vancouver in June.

Tickets to this unique bar will be sold on a first come, first serve basis with limited mounts. So it is a good idea to register your interest by signing up on the Brick Bars website for pre-release tickets.

As this is a bar serving alcohol, the event will only be 19+, so those younger than the drinking age will have to satisfy themselves by visiting their closest Lego store!

Describing itself as the “ultimate nostalgia trip”, the Brick Bars will be visiting several Canadian cities including Calgary, Toronto, and Montreal as well as other places around the globe. If you’ve been yearning to play with lego again, make your inner child super excited by pre-registering for tickets today!

More information about the even will be updated as it becomes available.

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