Fans suffering from Game Of Thrones withdrawal will be happy to learn there is a new way for them to get their fix before the hit show returns to screens next summer. HBO has announced that the sights and sounds of Westeros will be brought to life in a live music tour.
The TV network is promising a feast of the senses, with the help of a full orchestra and choir as scenes from the fantasy are broadcast on large screens. A statement read: "Using state-of-the-art technology, Game of Thrones composer Ramin Djawadi, along with a full orchestra and choir, will take fans on a musical journey through the realm – from King's Landing to Winterfell, along the northern stretches of the Kingsroad to the Wall and across the Narrow Sea to Braavos, Meereen, and beyond."
The show's composer Ramin Djawadi revealed that the US and Canadian concerts will celebrate the music of Westeros and would be an "immersive experience".
He said he wanted the event to take fans "beyond just watching an orchestra play, with things happening onstage that will enhance the musical experience".
The tour kicks off 15 February 2017 and wraps up on 2 April.
The show will make stops in 28 cities across North America, starting with Kansas City, and taking in New York's Madison Square Garden and the Los Angeles Forum.
There is no talk of bringing the show to the UK yet but here's hoping they book some dates!
What do Game Of Thrones producers David Benioff and DB Weiss think?
"For seven years, Ramin has been blowing our mind with his music's force, subtlety and endless inventiveness," they told the BBC. It's safe to say that they are pretty excited.