Three members of The Sopranos are coming to Ireland for a live retrospective on the show
This is an absolute must for fans of the iconic TV show.
While Irish fans of The Sopranos have already been looking forward to 2020 thanks to the news that the prequel movie Newark is set to drop in September, now they've yet another reason to be very excited about next year!
Three of the stars of the show - Steve Scirrippa (Bobby Baccala), Vince Pastore (Big Pussy), and Michael Imperioli (Christopher Moltisani) - are coming to Ireland to take part in two live shows which will be looking to tell the story behind one of the most famous TV shows in entertainment history.
They'll be talking about how they each came to be involved in the show, the strong friendships that formed over the six seasons and nine years that the show was made, and their memories of the late, great James Gandolfini.
There'll also be a full Q&A session at the end of the both shows, should audience members have any particular questions that still need answering.
The event - titled In Conversation With The Sopranos - will take place in the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in Dublin on Saturday 30 May, and the very next night they'll be bringing the show to the SSE Arena in Belfast.
Ticket prices begin at €70.50, and go on sale at 10am on Saturday 14 September.
There are also a limited number of VIP tickets going on sale which will include a meet and greet with the three actors.