LEGO City summer 2019 sets announced

A whole range of LEGO City sets will be released this summer that have been announced at International Toy Fair.

In Nuremberg, Germany, the biggest European toy event of the year is taking place – International Toy Fair. The LEGO Group are revealing new 2019 sets to retailers and media, with the upcoming summer LEGO City sets now revealed. Zusammengebaut reports from the event on what fans can look forward to from the “regular life” theme.

One of the innovations this year will be a LEGO City animated television series, comprised of 20 episodes at 11 minutes each. Three sets will be directly linked to the new show:

LEGO City 60231 Fire Truck – €19.99
LEGO City 60232 Gas Station – 4+ – €39.99
LEGO City 60233 Donut Shop Opening – €79.99

A new minifigure pack set will be released, focused on a fairground theme. 60234 City Dwellers will be priced at €39.99. The advent calendar will also be back, with 60235 Advent Calendar set to retail for €19.99.

To coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing, City will be heading into space with a Mars Mission subtheme. These will not be licensed, but rather inspired by NASA space exploration.

LEGO City 60228 Space Research Rocket Control Centre – €99.99
This set integrates with the LEGO Life app, with a smartphone used as the control screen.
LEGO City 60224 Maintenance Mission Shuttle – €9.99
LEGO City 60225 Rover Test Drive – €19.99
LEGO City 60226 Research Shuttle – €29.99
LEGO City 60227 Moon Station – €49.99

Earlier today, the new LEGO Star Wars sets that will celebrate the theme’s 20th anniversary were revealed and the summer wave of LEGO Technic sets were announced.

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