Deux tonnes de briques - Exhibition of 100% fan-made LEGO© creations and models

Deux tonnes de briques

(Two Tons of Bricks)

An exhibition of 100% LEGO® fan-made models and creations!

When

Saturday May 27, 2023, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday May 28, 2023, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

 

Where

Jean-Rougeau Arena
10 Bella-Vista street
Saint-Basile-le-Grand, QC, J3N 1M1

Admission

Adult : $10
Child (under 18 years old) : $5
Toddler (under 2 years old) : Free

Cash or Interac (debit) only

 

What is Deux tonnes de briques?

Deux tonnes de briques (Two Tons of Bricks) is an exhibition made up of 100% LEGO® fan-made models and creations built and designed by more than 60 of the best amateur designers of Québec.

Deux tonnes de briques is the two-day version of the Une tonne de briques exhibition that was, back in the days, produced by Jonathan Bussière to share this wonderful hobby with the community.

Today, the event helps fund local youth organizations like La maison des jeunes La Butte and the production of Brickomanie, a convention of AFOLs and the largest in Canada.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take to go around the exhibition?

Allow at least an hour and a half to have a look around, but if you take the time to look at the different models and layouts carefully and interact with our exhibitors, you may spend a few hours there.

Is it possible to buy our tickets in advance or reserve our visiting time?

For logistical reasons and cost effectiveness, we do not offer advance ticket sales. All admissions are payable on entry. We will have a fast admission system which should minimize your wait time(if there is any).

Will there be a play area on site or a community building project (ex.: a giant mosaic)?

To offer our exhibitors and our visitors the maximum space, we will not have a play area.

Have you planned health measures to protect visitors?

We will respect and enforce all health measures required by the government at the time of our event. Wide aisles have also been planned to provide physical distancing.

Is it possible to buy LEGO® products on site?

Yes, there will be merchants on site who will be there to advise you. Do not hesitate to ask them questions, since they are also real LEGO® enthusiasts. Please note that most of our vendors only accept cash.

Can we have a snack or eat on site?

Our partner, La maison des jeunes La Butte, will host a canteen where you can get drinks, snacks and meals that you can eat on site in a designated area.

Are strollers allowed in the exhibition area?

Yes, we have provided enough space for you to move around with a stroller. Please note, however, that it must be narrow enough to pass through an ice rink door and that you will have to climb over a step to access the exhibition floor. In addition, to avoid any risk of choking, close supervision by parents of young children is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED.

Is the exhibition accessible to people with reduced mobility?

Note that the exhibition takes place on the unfrozen surface of an ice rink. It will therefore be necessary to pass over a step to access or exit the exhibition floor. In addition, although animals are prohibited, guide dogs and assistance animals are authorized.

Is the exhibition organized by The LEGO Group?

No, Deux tonnes de briques is an exhibition organized by Brickomanie and is not sponsored, authorized or endorsed by The LEGO Group.

Is there a coat checkout on site?

The event taking place at the end of May, we hope that the temperature will be mild enough that a coat checkout will not be necessary.

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