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LEGO Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony

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by Anne Weisz Mortensen (subscribe)
As an advocate for Danish design, art and lifestyle at the Danish Consulate in Sydney, Anne will give you tips on where to eat, shop and experience everything Scandi in Sydney.
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Let it LEGO, let it LEGO, let it LEGO
For this year's festive season a magical LEGO Christmas Tree built entirely out of LEGO bricks will come to life outside Westfield Sydney in Pitt Street Mall from 27 November 27 December 2014.

December is fast approaching and the upcoming LEGO Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony is set to get you into the holiday spirit and bring out your inner child. Standing taller than a two-storey house and wider than a family car, the tree at Westfield Sydney is created especially by Australia's only LEGO Certified Professional, Ryan McNaught. The gigantic plastic evergreen will contain half a million LEGO bricks and set the record for the largest tree the Southern Hemisphere has ever seen.

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LEGO Christmas Tree


The LEGO Christmas Tree also features a Santa and sleigh built out of LEGO bricks, along with a special reindeer designed by competition winner and LEGO Club Member, 10-year old Luke Francis. Together, these colourful models will make up a stunning LEGO Christmas themed set, bound to delight pedestrian shoppers and LEGO fans of all ages.

To add a touch of sparkle, the LEGO Christmas Tree will be lit every night with a light show set to Christmas carols from approximately 8pm.

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Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony


The LEGO Christmas Tree is officially launched at 7.45 pm on Thursday, 27 November, with 400 singers from the Sydney Philharmonic Choir performing carols around the LEGO Christmas tree as part of the citywide celebrations. So come along and be a part of this once-in-a-lifetime Christmas experience and be inspired to build your own LEGO Christmas!


Did you know?

The LEGO name is made from the first two letters of the Danish words "LEG GODT", meaning "play well".

The LEGO Group patented the LEGO brick with the familiar tubes inside and studs on top in 1958. All 2 x 4 LEGO bricks manufactured since have been produced to the exact same measurements as this patent.

On average, every person on the earth owns 86 LEGO bricks!

Laid end to end, the number of LEGO bricks sold in 2012 would stretch round the world more than 18 times.

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LEGO bricks

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Why? To get into the Christmas spirit and because LEGO is always awesome.
When: Official launch, 7.45pm on 27 November
Where: Westfield Sydney, Pitt Street Mall, Sydney NSW 2000
Cost: Free
Your Comment
I had wondered how the name LEGO came about. Thanks for the info.
by Bryony Harrison (score: 4|12492) 1851 days ago
Can't wait for the Lego lights tonight. Taking my nephew, son and sister to the lights. Thank you Anne for letting us know of this event. Clare
by admin (score: 0|2) 1843 days ago
LEGO Martin Place Sydney - Chris Sigalas 2014 (Christmas Trees ) Wow GOOD !!
by Chris (score: 1|16) 1843 days ago
LEGO - !!
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