It’s time for the end times!

Amazon Prime Video will bring the apocalypse to South by Southwest 2019 in celebration of the its new original series, “Good Omens,” based on the 1990 novel, “Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch,” by expert fantasists Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman.

From March 8-11, SXSW festival-goers and locals can be immersed in the Garden of Earthly Delights, an oasis from the impending end-of-all-things that will bring to life the world of "Good Omens."

The activation, free to enter at 604 Driskill St., will include a “secret” garden angel and devil greeters; a 20-plus-foot tree at the center that serves wine and beer out of its trunk; a "Hellhound Puppy Pen" where guests can adopt their own furry friends; and a pop-up of A.Z. Fell & Co. bookshop with "hidden surprises," straight from the book.

Also look for cabanas, lounges and a pampering area for manicures, hand massages and hair-styling.

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“Good Omens” will have a heavy presence at SXSW. Its footprint will also include appearances and conversations with author and executive producer Neil Gaiman, director and executive producer Douglas Mackinnon and series stars Michael Sheen, David Tennant and Jon Hamm. One might also see random angels, nuns and demons in the streets, as well as magicians, sword swallowers, fire breathers, tarot-card readers and more.

"Earth-shattering live performances on the main stage will include a set of dueling pianists playing pre-Apocalyptic tunes, a string trio strumming classical harmonies and modern-day covers, an interactive, life-size chess tournament with Twitch and a special show from a Queen tribute band," according to a news release.

The six-episode “Good Omens” tells the story of a fussy angel, Aziraphale (Sheen), and a hard-living demon, Crowley (Tennant), attempting to stop the end of the world.

The SXSW-badge-holder-only conversation with Neil Gaiman takes place March 9. A clip show from “Good Omens” and discussion with Gaiman, joined by director Douglas Mackinnon and cast, will take place that evening at the Zach Theater.

Buzzfeed and Amazon will host an invite-only party that night at the garden with sets from Dan Deacon, Questlove, and Hesta Prynn.

The “Good Omens” Garden of Earthly Delights will be open to guests ages 21 and older from noon to 9 p.m. on March 8 and March 11 and from noon to 6 p.m. on March 9 and March 10.

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