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As the world continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, we are announcing that we will be postponing World War Brick until June 10-12, 2022. We recognize that preparing to hold a major event like World War Brick as planned in 2021 will not be possible, given the uncertainty of travel restrictions and potential limits on large gatherings. We are extremely excited to host our next World War Brick, but our excitement is tempered by our duty to protect the lives of our fans, employees and the communities around us.
Especially since we are holding World War Brick in our Minneapolis Warehouse, we want to make certain that we do not cause an outbreak amongst our fans or our team due to holding the event too early. Much like you and the rest of the world, we are eager for the opportunity to meet with fans and assemble as Brickmaniacs once again to celebrate brick-built history, play amazing games together and raise money for excellent causes. We appreciate your continued support and your understanding during these unprecedented times, and we look forward to seeing each and every one of you at World War Brick 2022!
For current ticket holders:
 You may keep your ticket (and if eligible, the exclusive minifig) for WWB 2022.
 We can refund you with Brickmania Store Credit.
Although World War Brick 2020 has been postponed until 2021, we want to remind everyone that those 2020 Weekend Pass Holders will receive an Exclusive Commemorative Minifig in their World War Brick 2021 gift bag. In order to receive the commemorative minifig, however, you must purchase your Weekend Pass prior to the end of the original World War Brick 2020 weekend (June 14th 2020 will be the last day). After June 14th 2020, you will never be able to get this one-of-a-kind minifig, and we want to make sure that everyone gets the chance to have one!
Get a Weekend Pass now to claim your exclusive minifig before June 14th!
Everyone knows that Brickmania’s custom minifigures are the best in the world. They are both highly detailed and passionately accurate to the historical counterparts. We are all very saddened that we don’t get a chance to hold a World War Brick event this year, but the health of our fans and our team is paramount. We are extremely excited to have you join us for WWB2021 and we can’t wait to share the experience with our fans. The USS Makin Island will be a tremendous draw for people all over the world to see, and the chance to play Micro Brick Battle and participate in our other events with our amazing community will make it all worth the wait!
Your support during these trying times and your understanding for postponing this event is appreciated. The exclusive minifig will be a source of pride for your collection for year to come, not only because of the event itself, but also the knowledge that you supported Brickmania when we needed our fans the most. We thank all of our Weekend Pass Holders and our fans from around the globe!
This weekend is your last chance to get the 2020 exclusive minifigure, so get your ticket today! We are looking forward to seeing what MOCs and dioramas our exhibitors bring to the table, and I know that seeing the USS Makin Island fully assembled is going to blow everyone away!
As the world continues to deal with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we must announce that we will cancel World War Brick in 2020. We must all take necessary measures to ensure the safety of those we love and the community at large. We plan to hold World War Brick 2021 in Minneapolis, MN on the weekend prior to Father’s Day, June 11-13. Those 2020 tickets already purchased will be honored in 2021 and 2020 ticket holders who don’t cancel will get an exclusive item for their faithful support. As the global pandemic continues to evolve and our communities continue to deal with the consequences, we are focused on doing what we can to serve our fans and the greater community. The health and safety of our fans and team members is absolutely paramount. Although we apologize for any inconvenience caused, we are confident that you all understand the importance of this decision. Your support has been and will continue to be indispensable to us as we weather this crisis. Please continue to do your part to slow the spread of COVID-19 by washing your hands regularly and maintaining proper social distancing. Please share with us what you build while at home using the #StayHomeWithBrickmania hashtag!
From our Brickmania family to yours we wish you good health and happy building! We can’t wait to see all of your at World War Brick 2021!
BRICKMANIACS! We are proud to announce that this year’s charity for World War Brick 2020 is The Mission Project, a Minneapolis-based non-profit that helps veterans in critical ways during their time overseas and after their return stateside. The Mission Project strives to support our military and its veterans through our programs and partnerships with other businesses, churches, and organizations that positively help assist and support our armed forces. They are committed to mental health, advocacy, reintegration, suicide prevention, comradery and fellowship.Read More
BRICKMANIACS! We are looking for a volunteer to help prepare one of our favorite charity benefit items: the Brickmania T-Shirt Quilt. Plus, for those of you attending World War Brick, here’s a look at some of the available food options near our location!
With World War Brick 2020 on the horizon, we are looking for a volunteer to help prepare one of our favorite charity benefit items: the Brickmania T-Shirt Quilt. This extremely rare and exclusive quilt will be put on the auction block during this year’s World War Brick (June 12-14). We need a volunteer who will be able and willing to create this (made from Brickmania t-shirts that we will provide) for our charity benefit auction. If interested, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “WWB2020 Quilt Volunteer.” Please include a contact phone number and a mailing address in the body of the email.Read More