Every Gilmore Girls fan has the same wish of one day visiting Stars Hollow — the fictional, quaint Connecticut town where the folks are friendly and attractive and talk like they're all on cocaine.
Thankfully, fans can finally visit the actual place that inspired the hometown of Lorelai and Rory for an epic Gilmore Girls Fan Fest later this year!
From October 21 to 23, the town of Washington Depot — a Connecticut village creator Amy Sherman-Palladino once visited before developing the hit series — will be turned into a real-life Stars Hollow for the ultimate fan festival!
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The full schedule isn't set yet, but the event's official website teases plenty of references to the beloved series, including "a town troubadour," a knit-a-thon, and "as much caffeine as possible," of course!
The New England event will also have Gilmore trivia, screenings of top-voted episodes, and even appearances by some of the cast members — including Kelly Bishop (Emily Gilmore), Jackson Douglas (Jackson Belleville), and Yanic Truesdale (Michel Gerard)!
This folksy festival comes ahead of the highly-anticipated Netflix revival Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life, which is set for a November 25 release — so, there's a chance Lauren Graham or Alexis Bledel might even make a surprise appearance as well!
Fans better book their rooms at the Dragonfly Inn fast, because this will be one can't-miss event!
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