The big news from BrickFest 2009 may be more details about 10194 Emerald Night, but there’s more to come in the next few days. ;-) In the meantime, attendees have begun uploading photos of displays and events. Bill Ward already has 160+ photos online, while Mark Neumann and PurirideVry have uploaded quite a few as Continue reading →
LEGO BrickFest news on The Brothers Brick
Registration is now open for BrickFest 2009, to be held March 27 through 29 at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, OR. You can register now at BrickFest.com/Registration/. For a sampling of what you can expect at this year’s BrickFest, check out the BrickFest pool on Flickr.
As I mentioned briefly at the end of Nannan’s post about BrickCon Day 3, the original LEGO fan convention, BrickFest, will be back in March 2009. Here’s the full story from event organizer Steve Barile (no relation to Steve Witt, having delicious fries at right): Where: Portland, OR at the Oregon Convention Center, Hall A Continue reading →
BrickFest 2007 wrapped up on Sunday, but I’ve been so busy I haven’t had a chance to sit down and reflect. Well, here goes. Highlights for me: Hanging out with all the great people in the extended LEGO community — both from The LEGO Company and fellow fans. The ride down with Caylin. I think Continue reading →
I just got back from BrickFest 2007 in Portland, OR. What an amazing event! I see that there’s already a bit of early coverage here on The Brothers Brick from Tim and Nathan (heh heh), but look for detailed coverage from both Josh and I over the next couple of days. In the meantime, check Continue reading →
Since the guys who are attending seem to be too busy to post pics yet I’ll give a teaser link to Duane Hesse’s Flickr images of the event.
Both Josh and I are headed to BrickFest PDX 2007 in Portland, OR this coming weekend. This is my second convention in less than six months, but I’m told that NWBrickCon and BrickFest are two very different events. I can’t wait! (BrickFest 2005 photo from the Washington Post in Dan Rubin’s Flickr photostream.) If you’re Continue reading →