BrickCan: Celebration of Lego returns for 2017

Calling master builders – young and old, one of the biggest celebrations of LEGO is returning to the River Rock again this year, and you won’t want to miss this show! We had a lot of fun visiting last year and the kids still talk about the amazing things they saw created out of LEGO, from a giant totem pole to an entire city and amusement park, the skill and imagination that went into last years show was mindblowing – and they’re back to do it all over again this year!

BrickCan is back! An international group of talented adult builders have been hard at work for months, designing amazing new creations to showcase at Canada’s largest public LEGO exhibition.

On April 22 and 23, 2017, the River Rock Casino Resort in Richmond, BC will host the second BrickCan exhibition. LEGO fans of all ages will view a huge variety of original LEGO creations, and shop with vendors selling LEGO‑themed merchandise as well as rare LEGO parts and sets. In the Creation Station, attendees can try their hands at building, and participate in interactive activities. Ticketholders ages 12 and under will receive an exclusive, custom-designed BrickCan building kit to take home.

“The response to last year’s event was huge – the  Lower Mainland loves LEGO,” says Robin Sather, LEGO Certified Professional builder and one of the event’s organizers. “We can’t wait to do it all again!”

Last year, tickets for BrickCan sold out very quickly. More tickets will be made available this year, but interested fans and families are encouraged to purchase tickets early. Tickets for specific, two-hour viewing times are currently on sale through Ticketmaster. Tickets are sold in a 2 hour window to allow time for families and fans to explore the gallery and exhibits with a bit more freedom and a chance to get up close to see every little detail.

Admission for children aged three and under is free. Please note that strollers and wagons are not permitted in the exhibit hall, due to space constraints. The exhibition hall is fully wheelchair accessible.

Event Details:

When: April 20-23, 2017 – April 22nd – 23rd are open to the public.
Where: RiverRock Casino Resort, Richmond, B.C.
Tickets: $15 per ticket, children 3 and under do not require a ticket.  Children 4 and over require a ticket for entry. Tickets available online at, this event will likely sell out so grab yours quickly!

Important Details:

  • Strollers and wagons are not permitted at BrickCan due to space restrictions – it gets a little cramped.
  • If you’re able to carry your child, ages 3 and under do not require a ticket.
  • Ticketed children 12 and under are eligible to receive the exclusive BrickCan building kit, last years was an Orca designed by Robin Sather, major fun!
  • Your ticket gives you 2 hours of viewing time in the display hall, access to “Vendor Alley” with all sorts of LEGO goodies available, and entry into “Creation Station”
  • Creation Station hours are 9:00am-4:00pm and are not subject to the 2 hour ticket window. Ticket holders are welcome to stay and play for a bit after viewing the Gallery!


We had a lot of fun checking out everything that can be created with LEGO (which is basically anything FYI, it’s mindblowing!) and we know you will too! BrickCan has generously given us 2 sets of family passes to share with our readers! Two fans are going to win 4 tickets each to the 9am-11am slot on either Saturday or Sunday! Contest ends April 7th and winners will have 24 hours to claim their prize via email or another winner will be drawn. Make sure to check yours! Enter below.

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  1. Donna Maroulis says:

    I unfortunately can’t attend the Healthy Family Expo this weekend but I hope that you will be there and covering it – I really wanted to go. A very special little girl will be displaying her Ninja skills there !

  2. Stephanie says:

    That would be a tie between my step-daughter and ME! My husband insists I buy her so much Lego just as an excuse to play with it myself. 😉

  3. angie says:

    All 3 of my girls love Lego. My living room is now the Lego room. We have a roller coaster theme park, two cars and a house currently on the go.

  4. Elizabeth Hunter says:

    My son is huge into Lego now, but my husband and I love it too, as well as our younger daughters! Who wouldn’t love Lego?!

  5. Tara Stromnes Lisik says:

    My daughter is a huge Lego fan, although dad is right up there with her. They can spend hours building and constructing.

  6. Janis K says:

    My 7 1/2 year old is an even bigger fan than me and his dad. We would love to go. We could not get tickets last year.

  7. Nadia says:

    All my kids love Lego! A must see for us! If they are just eligible for a Lego kid, how do we ensure they get one? Thanks!

  8. Diana Pringle says:

    Looks very fun! My daughter attends Lego Club at school but has never seen anything like this! Would love to win tickets!

  9. Paola says:

    My two boys which are 5 and 3 years old love Lego. They really enjoyed playing with it and making new models following the booklets instructions.
    They also love to go to Lego store and play there too and they are always excited of watching the models they have in the store;) thank you

  10. Kristi Kocherkewych says:

    Both my boys love Legos! And it’s my youngest son’s 4th Birthday that week so what a way to celebrate 🎉

  11. Julie says:

    My youngest son Kingston is our Lego king… He will build anything you could imagine with Lego… He will spend hours quietly building it’s really amazing actually!

  12. Rayden Cannes says:

    We went last uear and i got my 4 yearold, now 5 year old hooked! I have to admit i am quite happy to re-live my youth while playing Lego with him

  13. travelbuds says:

    It’s a tie between my son and daughter. The is the one thing they will sit down together with and play for hours on end.

  14. Crystal says:

    I’m the Lego fan in my house, but hoping to get my daughter interested as she grows up! Love Lego! Actually got a bucket for my 30th birthday in December!

  15. Buffi Davids says:

    Right now my daughter is the biggest lego fan in the house. She just got some for birthday and Christmas this year, and now she is obsessed!

  16. Julie Miller says:

    My 7 year old is a master builder. His grade 1 end of the year award was even “most creative builder”. He adores Lego. And this event would blow his mind. Haha.

  17. Michelle Hon says:

    Thanks for the giveaway! My son just started to play lego! I’m amazed that Lego can keep him busy for an hour (without request to watch iPad)! I’m sure he will be excited to attend BrickCan 🙂

  18. Jenica E. says:

    My husband and 4.75yr old son are pretty equal Lego fans, though my 3yr old daughter and myself are big fans as well!

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