The Alamo, created with Legos at the Brick Convention. 

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We know everything is bigger in Texas, and Brick Rodeo is bringing its larger-than-life LEGO convention to Sugar Land this weekend. 

Brick Rodeo, a non-profit organization that benefits the Texas Children's Hospital has partnered with Fairy Bricks, an organization that donates LEGO sets to children’s hospices and hospitals around the world to set up the 10th annual convention. This weekend's event will have seven of the contestants from the Fox show LEGO Mastersbrother teams Mark and Steven and Zack and Wayne, along with Jen, Dawn, and Moto. The seven reality stars will also showcase custom LEGO models that they have each built. 

In addition, the event will feature Texas-inspired models, including downtown Houston, a replica of the Imperial Sugar Factory in Sugar Land, and the Alamo, plus numerous Star Wars scenes—to only name a few. Hosted at the Houston Marriott Sugar Land, the exhibits will cover 14,000 square feet of space and cover a huge range of themes, subjects, and sizes. The press release noted that "fans of all kinds will be impressed by the creativity, intricacy, and artistry on display."

Lego replica of the Houston Marriott Sugar Land. 

Image: Brick Rodeo

Tickets are on sale now at BrickRodeo.com. The online price is $20 for an individual, $40 for a Family four-Pack. Brick Rodeo recommends purchasing tickets online in advance due to admission prices being higher at the convention. 

The Brick Rodeo LEGO Fan Convention will be this weekend, July 24–25, 2021, 10 a.m. to  12:30 p.m. and 1–3:30 p.m. at Houston Marriott Sugar Land, 16090 City Walk, Sugar Land.

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