"Con of Thrones" is the name of the convention, and will convene in Nashville June 30 through July 2, 2017.
More details will arrive as soon as they are available, but the "Con Of Thrones" is labeled as a "celebration of all George R.R. Martin has given to the world" by Watchers On The Wall. To keep yourself in the loop, you can subscribe to find out when tickets go on sale by visiting the ConOfThrones.com website. It will ask you to confirm your subscription via e-mail, or rather, send you an e-mail that reads the following:
"Your raven has reached the Citadel."
Obviously for an event such as this, you should probably start stockpiling your costumes, safe form of weaponry, and nailing down the Renaissance Festivals in your area for compiling the perfect dressings for 2017.
Here are a few characters to keep in mind if you plan on not drafting a character of your own design:
Game of Thrones recap: Jon Snow meets Ramsay Bolton on the battlefield http://usm.ag/1UWC4cF pic.twitter.com/q9I0PgKaC0
He's obviously the most popular, has the best hair, and will help you pick up all the GoT girls.
Happy Birthday #PeterDinklage! Best of Tyrion Lannister in #GameofThrones http://dnai.in/dpG3 pic.twitter.com/BiXZEhU3Ez
His sarcasm rivals no other, and it gives you a great excuse to constantly be drunk.
You probably missed this BIG nod to Hodor during this week's #GameofThrones http://trib.al/F3nridE pic.twitter.com/LOvhrpWJWp
If you are a bigger dude, this one's perfect. Plus, if you start holding doors for people, everyone will start crying and thanking you for your service.
Why Daenerys Targaryen is "the Prince That Was Promised" in @GameofThrones: http://www.popsugar.com/entertainment/Daenerys-Prince-Promised-Game-Thrones-41215924 ...pic.twitter.com/FVSm5yB6B9
Perhaps the hottest out of all the women on GoT, not to mention she commands dragons. We're sure even men will want to dress as her, she's that awesome.
Melisandre got tame. Remember how she birthed a smoke demon & stole men's blood w leeches? Now she sits in a tent.pic.twitter.com/NAoA4xBXYG
She's kind of scary, but at the same time she did bring back Jon Snow. That's gotta count for something.
GameofThrones: The once and future impact of Sansa Stark's greatest enemy http://thr.cm/kJgn75 pic.twitter.com/RW8vgfCS4r
Sansa was a total winner the other night - and she finally got to stand up for herself, making her a bad mamajama and feminist extraordinaire!
We're gonna suggest you don't go as Cersei or Joffrey... If you don't understand why, then I say do it, and you'll certainly find out.
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