BrickCon 2010 starts this Thursday (with the public exhibition on Saturday and Sunday). If you’re not ready yet — I know I’m not — you don’t have a whole lot of time left!
First, today and tomorrow are your last chance to register your MOC cards. Remember, only registered LEGO creations are eligible to win prizes.
At this point, your main concerns should probably be packing and traveling. (See our BrickCon 2009 logistics post for links to suggestions on how to pack your LEGO so it travels safely.)
As for getting to the convention location for less than five bucks, Mark Sandlin has updated his Infothingy™ to reflect the fact that our light rail now goes all the way from Sea-Tac Airport to Westlake Center. Throw in a bonus monorail ride to take you the rest of the way, and it’s not only inexpensive but down right awesome:
With nearly 400 registered attendees, BrickCon 2010 is shaping up to be the biggest yet. See you all there later this week!
YAY! I’ll be there! This will be my first time going to BrickCON, so I hope it’s worth it (I live in Oregon)!
I used the light rail and monorail to get to BrickCon09, and it was great. The cost of the two round trip rides combined is less than you would pay for parking near the convention center. I encourage everyone to take advantage of Seattle’s ever-expanding rail options.