Westworld fans heading out to Austin’s South by Southwest festival will soon have a chance to immerse themselves into the western town of Sweetwater.
HBO released a video on Wednesday (February 21) where they teased their big Westworld presence at the annual Austin, Texas festival.
The short video reveals that the premium cable network is in the process of building a part of the series’ main attraction: the western-themed town of Sweetwater.
Check out HBO’s teaser for their SXSW Westworld experience below!
The immersive experience is currently being built just outside of Austin, Texas and it sounds like HBO is going all out with their replica!
According to Entertainment Weekly, HBO has rented out two acres of land with which to bring the Westworld theme park to life for those fans lucky enough to get in.
To start, HBO will be picking up fans who secure a spot to check out the simulation in “Delos Shuttles” where they’ll be assigned either a black or a white hat.
Once they get to town, they’ll be greeted by a slew of familiar sights. As we mentioned before, HBO seems to be pulling out all the stops for their immersive experience, which will include notable replica establishments from the the hit series, such as The Cornado Hotel and the Mariposa Inn.
Fans will even be able to interact with a slew of actors who’ve been hired to play hosts for the event.
There’ll also be themed food and beverage available, plus fans looking for a bit of an adventure will be able to hunt for clues with the aim of uncovering secrets of the series.
HBO’s Westworld experience runs from March 9 – 11 and fans who are dead set on checking it out should know that spots are limited!
If you’re interested in going, you’ll have to pre-register for a chance to get on the list by visiting DiscoverWestWorld.com.
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