Bricklive continues Nick Jr. partnership with multi-property exhibit

Published on: 11th September 2019

The new touring exhibit with Nick Jr. comes after a successful tour launch of Paw Patrol in August.

Live Company Group, the owners of Bricklive, has announced the second themed touring exhibit following the successful launch of Paw Patrol in Blackburn in August. The set of 16 Nick Jr. models go into production shortly, featuring a host of Nick Jr.’s most popular properties including Top Wing, Shimmer & Shine, Blaze and the Monster Machines alongside Ryder with the Paw Patrol pups.

The Nick Jr. characters – presented and built by Bricklive – will take around 3,000 hours to be built by a team of highly skilled Bright Bricks builders using over 500,000 toy bricks. The touring exhibit will also have interactive features including a sit-on Magic Carpet selfie zone from Shimmer and Shine, plus a walk-in 160,000 brick selfie zone of Blaze from Blaze and the Monster Machines. The models will form an engaging trail to create a memorable and fun experience for all visitors and families.

Bricklive touring shows has enjoyed huge success with the UK’s favourite visitor attractions over the last six months. Some highlights from 2019 so far include the Safari tour at Whipsnade Zoo; Marwell Zoo launching Brickosaurs in April including an 8m Tyrannosaurus Rex; and Blackburn BID launching the Paw Patrol models in Blackburn Town Centre in August. They’ve been showing in zoos, visitor attractions, shopping malls and town centres to drive footfall and visitor numbers with engaging trails of highly detailed brick models.

Demand for the new Paw Patrol touring models has been overwhelming since July, with five bookings for 2019 and 2020 already confirmed, so Nickelodeon and Bricklive have brought forward the design and build schedule for the new Nick Jr. models. Further news on the locations of the Nick Jr. multi-property models will be announced in due course.

Andy Smith, MD for Bricklive Group, said: “The first few months working closely with Nickelodeon to launch Paw Patrol have been a blast, so to keep the pace up we are already well under way with the new Nick Jr. models. We very much look forward to building on this success in our second iteration of this partnership.”

Touring and venues to be announced in due course. For further information click here.


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