Hold the door, HODOR is coming back to Australia

Hold the door, HODOR is coming back to Australia

Kristian Nairn makes his triumphant return down under.

After touring Australia a couple of years ago, Kristian Nairn AKA HODOR will be setting sail once again for our shores, resurrected from the dead and bringing a Rave Of Thrones like no other to a few capital cities over the course of October. The gentle giant's dedication to carrying warg-master Bran on his back has become the stuff of legend, but as an established DJ in his homeland Nairn will be bringing some serious vibes to some big dancefloors in Perth, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Melbourne.

Unlike the Red Wedding, these parties will be a less-tear-inducing affair, except for the mass euphoria that will be rained down across the land, with each venue being transformered into the finest halls of Westeros, wherein patrons will be (enforced by the hand of the king) to dress to the occasion in a manner that would befit Queen Cersei herself.

Tickets go on sale June 15 (that's tomorrow) - click the poster below for more info:

RAVEOFTHRONES 2016

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