Live Company Group says maiden show in US 'well received'

Writer, Stock Market Wire
Wednesday, January 30, 2019 - 09:45

Live Company Group said Wednesday its first 'Bricklive' show in the US held earlier this week was 'well received' by visitors with attendance in line with expectations.

The show took place at The Ford Center at The Star, Frisco, Texas on 26 and 27 January 2019, and was the first to be promoted by the group's US joint venture, Parallel Three Six Zero, and Live Nation Entertainment.   The Bricklive show included 30 life sized LEGO models from the company's Animal Paradise Tour.

The company also said it was in early discussions to explore further opportunities to launch additional Bricklive shows in the US.

The Great Brick Safari was launched at RHS Wisley, Surrey, UK on 26 January, featuring 40 exciting LEGO models, the company said.

At 9:45am: (LON:LVCG) Live Company Group Plc share price was -1p at 65.5p


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