Win two passes to this weekend's LEGO KidsFest (which is not just for kids anymore)

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: Congrats to "denverfour," you're our winner of the LEGO KidsFest passes! Your video -- as seen above -- melted our icy hearts. Check your e-mail.

LEGO KidsFest is making a stop in Denver this weekend, bringing along its giant LEGO brick statues, build-your-own race tracks and a life size LEGO brick map of the U.S.

While it's called KidsFest, there is plenty of stuff for adults to enjoy, too. There are building demonstrations by professional LEGO builders (yes, there are people who get paid to play with LEGOS all day) and the aforementioned race tracks where you can create your own LEGO race car and send it down your custom made track against other builders.

LEGO KidsFest takes over the Colorado Convention Center April 27-29. Tickets are $20 for adults and $18 for children (ages 3-17) and seniors (ages 65+) for each session of the event. Session times are as follows:

Friday, April 27
4 pm - 8:30 pm

Saturday, April 28
Session I: 9 am - 1:30 pm
Session II: 3 pm - 7:30 pm

Sunday, April 29
Session I: 9 am - 1:30 pm
Session II: 3 pm - 7:30 pm

The festival's website warns that the event will most likely sell out and tickets should be bought early to avoid disappointment.

Luckily, we've got you covered.

Westword is giving away a family four-pack of tickets to this weekend's festivities, and all you have to do to win them is answer this simple question:

What's the most interesting thing you've ever made out of LEGOs?

Leave your answer in the comments section and we'll pick the winner before the fun starts on Friday morning. Make sure to include an e-mail in the body of your comment or in your Disqus profile, so we can contact you if you're the winner.

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