You’re Cordially Invited to An Evening at Tony Soprano’s House
Fictional crime boss Tony Soprano’s sprawling New Jersey home from the hit HBO series “The Sopranos” is opening its doors to the public. VirtualCons, a new virtual convention app, has announced An Evening at Tony’s, an event that allows “Sopranos” superfans to visit the mobster’s home on 14 Aspen Drive in North Caldwell, New Jersey. The star-studded event will take place on Saturday, May 29 and feature cast meet and greets, food, drinks, cigars, and photo opportunities.
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Limited tickets are available, and the ticket prices themselves are quite hefty. However, VirtualCons has announced that fans can tune in virtually (just download the free VirtualCons app) on the day of the event on May 29 and watch it live — no ticket purchase required. There are two tune-in time slots to attend the live event via app: 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. EST and/or 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. EST.
Tickets for those attending in the flesh cost a whopping $995. According to VirtualCons, COVID-19 precautions will be taken for guests, including temperature checks, mandatory mask requirements, and social distance guidelines. Those in attendance will be able to grab a drink by Tony’s pool, roam the house grounds, take photos in Tony’s iconic white pearl Escalade, and meet some of the cast.
The event comes after the success of the first An Evening at Tony’s at the home, owned by Victor and Patti Recchia, last year. Cast members Federico Castelluccio, Dan Grimaldi, Tony Darrow, Vincent Curatola, Tony Cucci, Artie Pasquale, and John Bianco were in attendance. “People from all over the world come to take pictures of my house,” Victor told Medium last year. “After meeting [SopranosCon co-creator Michael] Mota during the first SopranosCon, I felt comfortable enough to let him have this event here.”
Tune into VirtualCons’ An Evening at Tony’s on Saturday, May 29.