Bricklive confirms new Nick Jr. touring exhibition

New UK tour follows on from the success of the PAW Patrol tour launch earlier this year.

Live Company Group has confirmed a second themed touring exhibit following the successful launch of PAW Patrol in Blackburn August.

The set of 16 Nick Jr. models will go into production shortly featuring a host of the channel’s most popular properties such as Top Wing, Shimmer and Shine, Blaze and the Monster Machines, alongside Ryder and the PAW Patrol pups.

The Nick Jr. characters – presented and built by Bricklive – will take in the region of 3,000 hours to build 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.

Demand for the new PAW Patrol touring models has been overwhelming, according to the company, since July with five bookings for 2019 and 2020 already confirmed. This means 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.

“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,” said Andy Smith, md for Bricklive Group. “We very much look forward to building on this success in our second iteration of this partnership.”

Virginia Monaghan, vp marketing, commercial and events, Nickelodeon UK and Northern and Eastern Europe, added: “We’re excited to bring our audience’s favourite characters to life once again with the Bricklive team.

“The PAW Patrol models were so impressive and we look forward to delighting families across the UK from autumn 2019.”

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