Caleb Henson (left), 7, and Kobe Mora, 8, build with LEGOs during the LEGO BrickUniverse fan convention on Saturday, June 11, 2016 at Plano Centre in Plano, Texas. 

Caleb Henson (left), 7, and Kobe Mora, 8, build with LEGOs during the LEGO BrickUniverse fan convention on Saturday, June 11, 2016 at Plano Centre in Plano, Texas. 

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As long as you're not stepping on them, playing with hundreds or even thousands of Lego bricks can be exciting prospect for people of all ages.

So how do you feel about playing with more than 10 million of them?

Check out these iconic Dallas landmarks made of Lego bricks

Bricklive, which bills itself as "the largest Lego fan experience in America," will take over the Ford Center at The Star in Frisco Jan. 26-27. Tickets go on sale Nov. 9. This will be the event's U.S. debut, following several successful years in Europe.

If "millions of Lego bricks in one place" isn't enough to sell you, event attractions include life-sized Lego animals, race ramps, brick pits (like ball pits but, y'know, made of Lego), a graffiti wall and a wide variety of differently-themed "zones," centered around such things as Star Wars, cities, gaming, Minecraft, architecture and more.

Like other Lego events that have come through town in the past, Bricklive is not an official Lego Group event, but that shouldn't hamper any of the fun or creativity.

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