As promised earlier this year, Legoland New York has added new live entertainment to the park heading into the summer.

Lego City Theater will host a 15-minute show called “Detective Trace.” A Legoland press release says the show, which will be performed up to five times per day, centers around “a robbery at the Granny Apple Fries Museum” and guests will be challenged to “solve the mystery of the stolen priceless painting.”

In the Legoland Theater, guests can catch a Minifigures-centric show called “Heroes are Everywhere!” Legoland described the show as, “Our Legoland Minifigures are joined by Firefighter Phil and Doctor Dara as they discover through adventure and song the heroes that exist all around us.”

The Lego Pirates section of the park will feature “Academy of Arrrgh,” a smaller show where pirates teach kids “the ways of sword-fightin’, swashbuckling’, lingo-learnin’ of a true pirate,” according to the park. In Lego Ninjago World, visitors can catch a percussion group called Earth Beats performing “Ninja-Inspired music and drumming.”

The new additions are a part of Legoland New York’s celebration of Lego’s 90th anniversary and the park’s own first birthday. Along with the stage shows, guests can see a 20-foot-tall Lego birthday cake and participate in prize giveaways ranging from Lego Minifigures to in-park discounts to free hotel stays.