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After breaking a Guinness World Record for largest convention for a single video game with 17,000 tickets sold, the official Minecraft community event Minefaire will return to the Los Angeles Convention Center April 13-14.
This year’s Minefaire will allow children and their parents to step into the new Minecraft mixed-reality experience, a full-body building experience that is equipped at a level still unattainable in most homes.
Fans can also enjoy the indie developer gaming zone, an escape room, a costume contest and meet-and-greets with YouTube stars.
There will also be a building battle, a learning lab and the world’s largest selection of official Minecraft merchandise.
Minefaire, the brain child of two fathers, lets parents be a super hero to their children for a day by taking the plunge into their digital world.
“When we launched Minefaire three years ago, we did so as two fathers who simply wanted our children to look up from their devices and interact with the real world,” said Gabe Young, Minefaire co-founder and a father of four.
“Now in cities across the country, Minefaire has become a place where kids can make real-world connections with other children who share their love of the virtual world,” said Chad Collins, Minefaire co-founder and a father of two. “For parents, it’s a chance to breathe a sigh of relief. Your introspective children who express themselves through video games are not alone. At Minefaire, they not only belong – they thrive.”
Minefaire will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on April 13 and 14 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, 1201 S. Figueroa St.
All-inclusive tickets start at $39.99, and admission is free for children two and under.
For information and tickets, visit minefaire.com.
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