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Sick Beats Are Coming

GoT's Hodor brings his 'Rave of Thrones'

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For those of you who have secretly wished that Hodor from Game of Thrones  would spearhead a DJ set (you’re out there somewhere), it would appear that the Faith of the Seven is on your side.

Kristian Nairn, the actor who made Hodor a household name, is a prolific musician who has collaborated with outfits like the Scissor Sisters and AJ Suzuki. Nairn has been DJ-ing since before his time on GoT, and now he’s merging those two personas by bringing his DJ booth to Salt Lake for what promises to be an epic clash of fantasy and EDM. 

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Rave of Thrones seeks to capture the nightlife of Westeros, so feel free to dust off your Game of Thrones  cosplay a month before Salt Lake Comic-Con and see what the nightlife of Westeros would look like—without all of the murder and incest, of course (we hope). 
 The Complex
536 W. 100 South
Wednesday, Aug. 17
8 pm, 18+, $22


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