legoland celebrates its first fourth of july with Red, Brick and Boom

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LEGOLAND® Florida celebrates with a bang this Fourth of July with its first Independence Day festivities, Red, Brick and Boom. Central Florida’s newest theme park will celebrate with four nights of family fun and fireworks, Jul. 4-7, 2012. But, this isn’t a typical fireworks show. LEGOLAND Florida’s special glasses turn ordinary fireworks into millions of exploding LEGO® bricks making this show a must-see. With over 50 rides, shows and attractions and the all-new LEGOLAND® Water Park, this independence celebration is perfect for families with children ages 2 to 12. The park will have extended hours with four nights of fireworks at 9pm.

A special all-American blow-out bash is reserved just for the fourth with atmospheric entertainment, backyard games and a Party in Miniland USA. Families can also build their very own star to add to LEGOLAND Florida’s first American Flag made out of thousands of LEGO bricks.

 

Red, Brick & Boom, Jul. 4, 10am-9pm:

Backyard games on the Mansion Lawn                                                   10am – 5pm

Build your own star to add to LEGOLAND Florida’s                            10am – 5pm
first LEGO American Flag at the Fun Town Plaza

Meet and Greet with LEGO Friends Olivia                                              11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm

at the Fun Town Plaza

Party in Miniland USA with DJ Renee                                                      5pm – 8:30pm

Battle for Brickbeard’s Bounty Pirate-themed Pre-Show               8:30pm – 9pm
in the North and South Ski Stadium

Fireworks Finale turns fireworks                                                               9pm
into millions of exploding LEGO bricks

Red, Brick and Boom is included with park admission. The best way to experience LEGOLAND Florida is through two limited-time special offers on the Florida resident Premium Pass and $10-off a single-day water park combo ticket. Guests will enjoy extended summer hours where families can stay and play until 8pm daily Jun. 23 through Sept. 2. To purchase tickets, visit www.LEGOLAND.com.

Juz is keen blogger on Orlando as well as having written 2 travel books on Disney. You can catch Juz every week on the Eye on Orlando Show, which covers all the happening in and around Central Florida.
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One Response to legoland celebrates its first fourth of july with Red, Brick and Boom

  1. Emily at 2:05 am

    This looks awesome, I think Legoland has been a great welcome addition to Central Florida.

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