Please use the following information to help plan your day (or weekend). Check back here before you leave for the event, as this page will be continuously updated.
University of Phoenix Stadium
1 Cardinals Drive
Glendale, AZ 85305
FROM THE EAST (NEAR THE STADIUM):
Take Glendale Avenue West towards 91st Avenue. Turn left onto 91st Avenue and follow it to Maryland Ave. Enter into Stadium parking lots.
FROM THE I-10 (EAST): Head West towards L.A. Take the AZ loop 101 Freeway North. Exit at Bethany Home and make a right off the exit. Make a left on 95th and the Stadium will be on your right.
FROM THE NORTH: Take the AZ loop 101 South. Exit at Glendale Avenue and make a right onto Glendale Avenue. Make a left onto 99th and then a left onto Maryland Ave. Stadium will be on your right.
FROM THE SOUTH: Take AZ loop 101 Freeway North. Exit at Bethany Home and make a right off the exit. Make a left on 95th and the Stadium will be on your right.
FROM THE WEST: Take Glendale Avenue East to 95th Avenue. Turn right on 95th Avenue and follow it past University of Phoenix Stadium, on the left, and in to the stadium parking lots.
Parking - FREE!
University of Phoenix Stadium has FREE PARKING.
Approximately 14,000 parking spaces, located in numerous lots, surround the stadium.
LEGO KidsFest attendees should park in the Green lots for quick access to Gate 3.
For a general parking map (PDF), click on the map below.
DISABLED PARKING: There are over 2,000 disabled parking spaces at University of Phoenix Stadium. For questions regarding disabled parking for this event, please call (623) 433-7101.
The facility is in current compliance with all of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. The facility has elevators, restrooms, concessions and telephones designed to accommodate the needs of those with physical and non-physical impairments.
The exhibit hall offers 10’-20’ aisle ways for easy maneuvering. Seating is available throughout the show floor.
Hearing Impaired/Sign Language Interpreter
Assistive Listening Devices (ALD’s) are available at Guest Services located near Gate 3 entrance. Guests will be asked to leave a valid driver’s license or other form of identification when the ALD is checked out.
Guests can request an ASL interpreter through Show Management. All requests must be made in writing and no later than two weeks before the first show day. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
GUEST COMFORT & SAFETY
While at LEGO KidsFest, be creative, get involved and have fun, but be sure to play safe. To ensure a safe environment for all attendees, Show Management requests adherence to the following basic rules:
- Children should stay with their parent/chaperone at all times
- Always walk, do not run: Be respectful of all other guests
- Locate the Lost Parent Zone upon entry
All bags will be checked upon entrance to the LEGO KidsFest. Guests should be prepared to open their bags for inspection and may be asked by security staff to shift and possibly remove the contents. The following items are not allowed inside the event:
- Food & Beverages of any kind
- Animals (does not include service animals)
- Balloons (any)
- Coolers of any kind
- Illegal drugs
- Weapons of any kind*
*Please be aware that this includes off duty police officers
Refer to your program guide map for the location of First Aid. A trained medical professional will be in this area during event hours.
A private area is designated on, or near, the show floor (refer to your program guide map) for new mothers. Strollers are allowed in all areas of the show floor. The open floor plan and 10’-20’ aisles allow for stroller access.
Info coming soon...
Eat & Drink
The facility will be providing concessions at the event. Check back shortly before the event. If the facility has provided sample menus, we will post them here.
Outside food and beverage is not allowed, with the exception of one factory sealed, non-frozen, 500ml (16.9 fl oz) bottle of water.
Spend the Night
While in Town
Spending some time in Phoenix while you’re in town for LEGO KidsFest? Phoenix is America’s sixth largest city, the gateway to the Grand Canyon, and a beautiful and active city to visit.
Go to www.VisitPhoenix.com for a plethora of events, dining experiences and family fun. On the site, you’ll find a history of the city, a list of things to do, where to eat, event information, special offers and more. Have a blast!
For a complete list of attractions, shopping, hotels and all things Glendale, AZ go to www.visitglendale.com.
AT THE SHOW, SHOULD YOU BE SEPARATED FROM YOUR CHILD… go to the LOST PARENTS ZONE under the yellow Show Info tent, just inside the entrance to the show.
Every effort is made to ensure the safety of all attendees while visiting the LEGO KidsFest. In the unlikely event that you are separated from your parent or child while at the show, please follow these quick and easy steps:
1. Immediately come to the LOST PARENTS MEETING SPOT sign next to the yellow SHOW INFO tent by the main entrance.
2. Give the staff member at the SHOW INFO TENT a description of the missing person, what they are wearing, and where he or she was last seen. Safety tip: Take a head-to-toe picture of your loved one(s) with your digital camera or phone as soon as you arrive at LEGO KidsFest so we may more easily identify him/her in the outfit they are wearing.
3. Remain with the staff member at the LOST PARENTS MEETING SPOT until building security reunites you with your loved one!
In addition (for kids too young to remember your cell phone number), before coming to LEGO KidsFest, write YOUR name (not your child's name) and cell phone number on a piece of paper and place it in your child's pocket (or in their shoe if they don't have pockets).
Alternatively, you can also obtain one of our LOST PARENT Contact Cards at the SHOW INFO TENT after the show begins. Put YOUR name and cell phone number on the card, then place it in your child's pocket or shoe.
When your child arrives at the LOST PARENTS ZONE, we'll reunite you that much quicker!
LEGO Systems, Inc. is the North American division of The LEGO Group, a privately held, family-owned company based in Billund, Denmark, one of the world's leading manufacturers of creatively educational play materials for children. The company is committed to the development of children's creative and imaginative abilities, and its employees are guided by the motto adopted in the 1930s by founder Ole Kirk Christiansen: "Only the best is good enough." Visit the virtual LEGO world at www.LEGO.com