Calling all members of team Hodor! Are you ready for a “Game of Thrones“-themed rave party in Australia?

By now, we assume you already know that the fictional character Hodor is in fact DJ Kristian Nairn in real life. Despite uttering only a single word in the HBO hit fantasy series “Game of Thrones“, Nairn speaks perfectly fine in real life and we are pretty sure he won’t only repeatedly yell “Hodor” at you should you ever come face-to-face with the formidable actor.

Rave of Thrones


As a well-established DJ in his homeland, Nairn has been traveling around the world way before he became Hodor in the series. As the series has become wildly successful, the DJ has decided to launch a “Game of Thrones” themed rave party in Australia next month.

DJ Nairn will kick off his Australian tour “Rave of Thrones” from August 28 onwards until September 7. The organiser has stated in a press release that DJ Nairn is set to showcase some of the “deepest house from all 7 kingdoms” in 6 capital cities across Australia.

But of course, what’s a rave party in Westeros without a strict dress code?

Queen Cersei

Rave-goers are expected to dress themselves in medieval-inspired clothing, especially in “a manner that would befit Queen Cersi herself”. It is safe to say that the rave party will be transformed into he finest halls of Westeros instead of that “Red Wedding” that traumatized all of us.

Oh man we gotta say that this is definitely an occasion to drink to!

Sydney artist EGO Rave of Thrones

Sydney artist EGO is set to perform a special visual GoT-themed set with DJ Nairn, with a range of surprise guests and garnishing to enhance the show. The full tour dates have been released so check out if he’s going to perform at your city!

  • Thurs 28th August – Sydney – The Hi Fi
  • Fri 29th August – Brisbane – Secret Warehouse
  • Sat 30th August – Perth – Villa
  • Thurs 4th September – Melbourne – Prince Bandroom
  • Fri 5th September – Darwin – Discovery
  • Sun 7th September – Adelaide – Zhivago

Meanwhile, the directors and locations for the upcoming Season 5 of “Game of Thrones” have been more or less confirmed. We know we’re itching for the production to hurry on up and start already! Perhaps they’ll reveal Jon Stark’s true parentage?


Previous articleDeorro Trolled By Deadmau5 For Raging Over Tomorrowland Food Tokens
Next articleSay Hello To TREC, KL’s New Lifestyle & Entertainment Hub
Adrina was our former writer and now contributes to Hype. Find out what she's up to on her IG: @moonsglowslow.