Brace yourselves: Rave of Thrones is coming to Dublin

Rave of Thrones is coming to Dublin in July featuring DJ sets from Kristian Nairn (Hodor).

Brace yourselves: Rave of Thrones is coming to Dublin

Altered Ego Events and Coalition Talent are presenting the event in the Tivoli Theatre.

Described as a "fully immersive show", visuals and a light display will also be shown with a promise of extra special guests.

"The White Walkers and their army of the dead descend upon Westeros, with little time before the impending apocalypse reaches King’s Landing.

"To that end, the Small Council has decided to throw a huge party for the citizens, allowing them to celebrate their last few days before doom in true Baratheon style.

"The Master Of Coin has decreed that the party, dubbed the ’Rave Of Thrones’, should be a full-on party, with the magnificent Tivoli Theatre resplendent with Dothraki warriors, Whitewalkers, the Unsullied and, of course, Kahleesi’s fire breathing pets, not to mention visuals and a light show to rival a castle siege."

You can see a video from a similar event in London last month below as well as the Facebook event page.

HODOR!

via breakingnews.ie

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