Game of Thrones Events in Chicago

Winter is finally here and Chicago is ready! It’s been more than a year since the last episode of HBO’s hit series aired and for fans, its been too long of a wait. Game of Thrones returns to HBO this Sunday at 8 p.m. central time. 

The eighth and final season will have six episodes, ranging from 54 to 82 minutes and luckily, fans of the series have several places to choose from to watch the premiere.

Game of Thrones Trivia & Watch Party

Replay Lincoln Park

2833 N. Sheffield Ave

Chicago, Illinois

April 14 |6 – 8 p.m.

Replay is a popular destination for fans of the series. Replay boasts elaborate replica sets and even a replica of the Iron Throne.

Entry to the bar is always free, but fans may buy a $20 VIP ticket. A VIP pass will let you skip to the front of the bar, a picture and a free pint of mead or beer in a souvenir goblet.

Price: the event is free but spots must be reserved through Event Brite.

Game of Thrones Wild Boar Feast


1072 N. Milwaukee Avenue

Chicago, Illinois

April 14 2019 | 5-7 p.m.

Join Frontier from 5 to 7p.m on Sunday for a Game of Thrones watch party! Frontier will have a wild boar feast, Game of Thrones tarot card reading, a costume contest and Game of Throne themed beer and cocktails.  

Price: tickets are $30 a person plus an additional $3 for gratuity.

Game of Thrones Final Season Viewing Party

Deep Häus Chicago

1129 Hannah Avenue

Forest Park, Illinois

Every Sunday | 6 p.m.

Want a place to watch your favorite show and give back to the community? Head to Deep Häus Chicago where it’s coach house will be transformed into the Seven Kingdoms and a portion of the proceeds from the viewing parties will go to charity.

Price: the viewing parties are free but fans must register through Event Brite.

If you prefer a cozy night at home, there are plenty of viewing party ideas to get you inspired on Pinterest, including free printables and sample menus. If your guests get a little carried away and try reenacting scenes, the personal liability’s portion of your renters or homeowners insurance will cover injuries during your watch party. 

Friends watching TV and drinking draft beer in pub