LEGO CON is fast approaching so we’ve got all the details for the first-ever event dedicated solely to the bricks that you need to know, from panels to times, hosts and more.
As the date for LEGO CON draws near, we’ve got everything you need to know about the event, what you can expect to see and how you can tune in.
What is LEGO CON?
LEGO CON is the official, digital convention for the famous bricks and will feature a live showcase of designers, sets, interactive challenges and more. Guests tuning in will have the opportunity to interact with other builders around the world as well as the hosts, members of the LEGO Group and others.
Who is involved?
More guests have been confirmed too such as some LEGO designers, Lydia Winters from Mojang Studios, a real-life astronaut and DJ L.L.A.M.A – likely for some kind of performance.
What will there be at LEGO CON?
Through a teaser poster, the LEGO Group revealed a selection of the panels that fans can expect to see including a Minecraft Q&A, Technic race, Harry Potter building challenge, a closer look at LEGO Super Mario’s latest sets and an interview with an astronaut. There will also be a LEGO Ideas spotlight featuring 21327 Typewriter fan designer Steve Guinness.
However, one of the most exciting announcements for builders will be the reveal of a brand new LEGO Star Wars set, and that list isn’t everything the event will have to offer either. We’ll have to wait and see what else will come from LEGO CON.
Will there be any new set reveals?
Whilst the schedule for the event already reveals that one Star Wars set will be revealed, the trailer for the event also states that at least one other will be shown off too – likely from one of the themes confirmed to be present at LEGO CON such as Star Wars, DOTS, Minecraft, Super Mario, VIDIYO, Harry Potter and Technic.
How long will LEGO CON be?
LEGO CON will be approximately 90 minutes long with no details for how much time will be allocated to each panel. There will also be a pre-show featuring builders from across the community, but we’ll keep you updated when we know more details.
What time does LEGO CON start?
LEGO CON will go live at 6pm CEST, 5pm BST, and from 9am PST on June 26. Make sure you set your alarms if you’re waking up bright and early for the event as it sounds like you won’t want to miss out.
How can I watch LEGO CON?
With the current travel restrictions and health and safety guidelines in place, the LEGO Group have decided to host LEGO CON online on their official online store but it will be streaming straight from the LEGO House in Denmark.
The event won’t be streamed to YouTube, Twitch or any other platform, but it will be recorded to watch afterwards for those who are unable to make it live.
Can I get involved?
You can! The LEGO Group have opened the floor to questions ahead of the event, meaning all you need to do is go to the relevant posts on their social media channels and send them your queries. They may then be answered by LEGO designers during the show.