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Star Wars, outer space, DC Comics, trains, city streets—when there's more than 1 million Lego pieces in play, there's basically no limit to what you can create. And exploring those limits is the goal of BrickSlopes, a Lego fan event that has drawn more than 25,000 creators annually since 2014. Here's a look at what else you can expect to find:
- The BrickPit: This is where imaginations roam free—more than 1 million bricks encourage kids and adults alike to build and display whatever their hearts desire.
- A Graffiti Wall: A 16-foot wall encourages attendees to spell their name, draw a picture, or practice their calculus with Lego bricks.
- The Ramp: Build your own speedster, then race it down a track.
- Guests: Prepare to meet Tommy Williamson, "BrickNerd-in-Chief" and the creator of the LEGO Batman vs. Superman short films.
- Inspiration: Check out more than 24,000 square feet of Lego displays throughout the event.