“Based on the current status of the COVID-19 outbreak in the U.S. and to help protect people’s health, we have decided to change course with BrickCon 2020 and shift the convention to being fully online”
By submitting your registration and payment, you signify that you have read, understand and agree to all terms, regulations and conditions as stated here.
The applicant will indemnify and hold harmless BrickCon, BrickCon LLC and The Seattle Center from any liability, damage, expense, cause of action, suits, claims, judgments, and costs of defense arising from injury to persons or personal property which arise out of any act, failure to act, negligence of the applicant, its agents, or employees. All personal property of the applicant, its employees, agents, licensees, servants, clients, members, guests, or trespassers shall be at the sole risk of said parties; BrickCon, BrickCon LLC and The Seattle Center shall not be liable to any such person or party for any damage or loss to personal property thereof.
You will not be considered registered for BrickCon until both your completed registration form and your full registration fee have been received by the BrickCon organizers. BrickCon is not responsible for incomplete or missing registration forms or lost registration fees. BrickCon reserves the right to deny any incomplete or fraudulent registration.
Requests for refunds of paid registration fees will be honored until Two weeks prior to the first day of the event. After that day, NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN.
The BrickCon Guest consents to BrickCon’s use and display of the BrickCon Guest’s likeness in any video, photograph or other depiction for any purpose, commercial or otherwise, without compensation or liability of any kind. The BrickCon Guest’s consent extends to minors and other persons in the care and charge of the BrickCon Guest.
Attendance at the BrickCon event is subject to compliance to all rules, terms and conditions set forth in this document and at the event.
Failure to follow posted or stated rules may result in being asked to leave the BrickCon event without refund.
BrickCon is an inclusive space intended for any fan of LEGO to hang out with like-minded people. To maintain and protect this supportive community and environment, all registered attendees, staff, vendors, visiting public, and anyone involved in this event commit to the following:
If someone violates this Code of Conduct, inform a staff member immediately. An additional staff member will be brought in to document and investigate the allegation. Staff will, with the assistance of the board of directors, recommend and execute a decision and any consequences, if necessary.
Once a violation is reported and investigated, if warranted, consequences will be applied. These include:
If you are discharged from the event, you will not receive a refund of any monies paid.
BrickCon recognizes that LEGO is an everlasting toy: it is as fun today as it was in 1958, when the brick we know and love received its patent. There are many ways for LEGO fans of all ages to engage with and enjoy our favorite toy.
With that said, BrickCon is an event put on by adults and intended for adults and young adults. If the primary LEGO fan who wants to attend is under the age of 14, BrickCon is not the right place for them.
LEGO fans of all ages are welcome to join us during public hours (Saturday and Sunday); the private convention is for ages 14 and up (when accompanied by a parent or guardian) and fans 18 years and older.
We respect and encourage builders of any age: if you are not yet old enough to attend BrickCon as registered attendee, we encourage you to come on public days, and become involved in your local LEGO group. Build, create, and when you’re old enough - we’re excited to have you join us.