We're just over a month away from the new season of Game Of Thrones, and outside of a pretty sweet trailer and a spoiler or two, fans have been left chomping at the bit for any new info about what lies ahead for our favorite tits and dragons. But at least they're in for some fun tomorrow when the show takes over part of Union Square for a special event!

To celebrate the release of Game of Thrones: The Complete Fifth Season, the North Plaza of Union Square will be transformed into a dragon's landing pad, with a visual crash site featuring "dug up concrete, skid marks, dragon footprints, rippling smoke, crushed benches and more, all of which fans can visit for photos." And if you're a real fan, then you'll probably want to print out some Game Of Thrones Power Rankings to show off in those photos.

The event will start at 8 a.m. and continue throughout the day. That is followed by a 7:30 p.m. special outdoor fan event in Herald Square, which will include a screening of "The Dance of Dragons," a 20 minute animated featurette from the Blu-ray, presumably about the making of the penultimate episode of last season. According to a press release, "The event culminates in a visually stunning “Dance of Dragons” as the Dragon “takes flight” via a 3D animated projection that will soar across the city."

There will also be "a special appearance" from a cast member at the latter event, one whose name cannot be uttered until 8 p.m. on Tuesday, for the consequences of breaking the press embargo are dark and full of terrors.

The event will also take place simultaneously in Philadelphia, San Francisco and Los Angeles, in case you want to fly out to all those cities tomorrow—after all, you either win the Game Of Thrones, or you are just a person who enjoys a TV show from the comfort of your home.