All The Interesting Stuff From The 2HY Catalogue

The LEGO Catalogue is always a source of interesting information and the 2HY 2020 catalogue contains quite a few interesting little bits and pieces.


Here is the interesting stuff I spotted…

Friends play cubes return in September with a summer theme


In 2021 we are getting half-width 2 packs of DOTS bands, perfect for sharing with your BFF


A new minifigure series (rumoured to be Harry Potter) will be released in September


The Harry Potter Advent Calendar is back for 2020, released in September (along with the City, Friends and Star Wars ones)


Some previously unseen Technic sets have been revealed!




It also gives us the retail release schedule for the rest of the year. I’ve kept this pretty generic because a lot of the stuff is already out…

Disney PrincessJuly
Friends Summer Play CubesSeptember
Friends Advent CalendarSeptember
DOTS Double Pack Narrow Bands2021
City Air RaceSeptember
City Advent CalendarSeptember
Hidden SideJune
Minifigures (Harry Potter?)September
76153 Avengers HelicarrierJuly
76152 Avengers Wrath of LokiJuly
76167 Iron Man ArmouryAugust
76164 Iron Man Hulkbuster vs A.I.M AgentAugust
76151 Venomosaurus AmbushJuly
Jurassic WorldJune
Super MarioAugust
Harry Potter - 75979 HedwigJune
Harry Potter - 75980 Attack on the BurrowJune
Harry Potter - 75969 Hogwarts Astronomy TowerJune
Harry Potter - 75967 Forbidden ForestJuly
Harry Potter - 75968 4 Privet DriveJuly
Harry Potter - 75966 Hogwarts Room of RequirementJuly
Harry Potter - 75981 Advent CalendarSeptember
Star WarsAugust
Star Wars Advent CalendarSeptember
Technic - 42113 Bell Boeing V-22 OspreyAugust
Technic - 42112 Concrete Mixer TruckAugust
Technic - 42114 6x6 Volvo Articulated HaulerAugust

You can check out the catalogue here.

4 thoughts on “All The Interesting Stuff From The 2HY Catalogue

    • Michael Post authorReply

      I have updated the article with a link to the Australian catalogue at the bottom. Completely forgot to include that last night.

  1. Andrew Reply

    Lego puts PDF catalogues on its US site (link from “Catalogues” at the bottom of the page). This one doesn’t appear to be there, so thanks Michael for the heads up.

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