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Where are you watching the World Series?

Its been 29 years since we've done this, do you remember how to watch a World Series?

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The Royals will play in their first World Series in 29 years, and all of Kansas City will be watching, as will thousands of Royals fans across the world, some even as far as South Korea. Where will you be watching?

The Star has a World Series watch party guide with a recipe for Royal guacamole, but no "That's What Cheese Do" fondue recipe?

The Power and Light District will obviously be a huge party, with a giant screening of the game.

Free watch party at the Negro League Baseball Museum in the 18th and Vine District.

Admission tonight is free to Legends Phoenix Cinemas at Village West in Kansas City, Kansas to watch the World Series.

Springfield, Missouri residents can attend this Royals watch party.

Emporia fans check out the Granada Theater.

Wichita residents can watch the game at Intrust Bank Arena.

Omaha fans can watch the game at Pinnacle Bank Arena.

Even Burlington, North Carolina, home of the Royals Appalachian League affiliate, will host Royals watch parties.

Or will you actually be attending the game? I will be in attendance tonight as will world-renowned sabermetric analyst Jeff Zimmerman, with game-recap writer extraordinaire Josh Duggan joining us for Game Two. We don't have an official tailgate set up or anything, but I'll let people know on Twitter (@royalsreview) where we set up before the game if you want to stop by and say hello. Just use the password "LO, DANGER OX!"

And if you're not attending, no worries, just try to catch the Royals the next time they're in the World Series in three decades.

Where are you watching the game?