LEGOLAND has revealed it's brand new festival launching at the park next month.
The attraction's new Springfest will have live entertainment and shows for both adults and kids.
Launching from May 13, there will be shows from jugglers and circus performers, as well as some of the Legoland characters.
This includes the new characters Bumbelbee Girl and Lady Bug GIrl.
Guests will also be able to build their own Lego designs, as well as add to the Lego flower wall and pick up a Lego bumblebee to build at home.
Kidz Pop will also perform on the Miniland stage on the final weekend during the May Bank Holiday from May 30 to June 2.
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The festival, running from May 13 to June 5, is included in the Legoland ticket price, with day tickets from £34.
Also at the park is a "Glastonbury-style" Miniland ahead of the festival's ticket resale next week.
The miniature recreation includes a Lego Elton John, who will be headlining the Pyramid Stage, as well as tiny portaloos and Glastonbury sign.
The Glastonbury Festival Miniland scene will be on display until the end of the summer.
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Legoland has other exciting plans for the theme park too.
Legoland's newest driving attraction 'Ferrari Build and Race' launches this summer.
With threeinteractive zones – Build and Race, a Ferrari LEGO model, and a DUPLO® build zone – kids can race their creations on the tracks.
A brand new £35million woodland-themed holiday village is also at Legoland opening next year, with lodges and restaurants.
And a Legoland boss has revealed the secret tips every family should know to make the most of their next day out at the theme park.
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