If you weren't already hyped for the comeback of surrealist cult faveTwin Peaks, you can enter the world yourself to get you even more excited.

The highly-anticipated reboot on Showtime premieres on Sunday, May 26th with a two-hour special. But that's too far away! We can't wait that long! 

Well, according to the Gothamist, Flavorpill and BBQ Films have heard your pleas.

The two companies collaborated to make the small town of David Lynch's iconic '90s drama come to life in the immersive SHOWTIME PRESENTS: A TRIBUTE TO TWIN PEAKS.

Snag your spot in line at Brooklyn Bazaar in Greenpoint on Tuesday, May 16 at 7 p.m. It's free entry if you RSVP online, but sadly, entrance is not guaranteed.

Entry is on a first-come, first-served basis. It wouldn't be surprising that fans will be lining up super early for the special event. So, be prepared for a LONG wait. 

According to the site, here's what you get to do at the Twin Peaks town replica:


"Enjoy a damn good cup of coffee at the Double R Diner, explore the mysterious Twin Peaks Lodge, and interact with a variety of quirky — dare we say suspicious — characters from this quaint northwestern town, brought to life by the beauties of The Pink Room Burlesque.

"Come in costume to enter our Miss Twin Peaks Pageant; the prizes could be a new shirt at the men's store, a catnap in your office chair, or two cups of good hot black coffee. You'll just have to compete to see!"

Showtime has been really careful not to release any footage of the series sequel. But its teasers have been getting die-hard fans itching for the premiere day to finally arrive!

Here are some fun reads to get your head back in the Red Room:

1. Read through The New York Times'  guide to re-watching the first season.

2. See what Nerdist ranked as the top 10 essential episodes.

3.  Learn about the woman who cast all the locals in the upcoming season. 

4. Then, if these weren't enough for your Twin Peaks binge, read up on how the series influenced Lost and The Leftovers.

[Feature Image Courtesy Instagram] [via Gothamist]