Want to engage in one of your favorite childhood pastimes with a cocktail in hand? Head to Denver this June, where a giant, Lego-themed pop-up bar will be making an appearance.

The Brick Bar, which has visited cities around the world including Melbourne, Sydney, and London, is an adult playground made with around 1 million Lego-style building blocks. According to CBS, the bar’s exact location within Denver is still to be determined, but it’s set to open on June 7, 8, and 9.

Tagged the “ultimate nostalgia trip,” the roaming bar features drinks served in colorful building block cups, sliders packed between yellow and red “Lego” buns, and furniture crafted from giant blocks.

The pop-up also has an abundance of blocks for guests to build into their own creations, with prizes handed out for the best structures. Those of a competitive persuasion can also challenge their friends to a game of ping-pong on a table built from more than 20,000 Lego bricks.

Entry to the bar costs $25, with tickets sold on a first-come, first-served basis. In other cities the bar has visited, including Sydney and London, tickets sold out in less than 24 hours, so it’s probably a good idea to head to Brick Bar’s website, where you can sign up for pre-release tickets.