Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s Emmy- and Peabody-winning South Park is heading to Comic-Con for a celebration of its 20th season with an interactive fan exhibition and a panel moderated by @midnight’s Chris Hardwick.

The exhibition runs July 21-24 at Martin Luther King Jr. Promenade Park across from the San Diego Convention Center. It will include the interactive South Park 20 Experience with 20 life-sized South Park scenes built out in 2D/3D format; The Coon & Friends Experience from Ubisoft, which will feature real-world items from the new video game, South Park: The Fractured But Whole; a Hulu viewing lounge which will be screening episodes from the first 19 seasons, and an art gallery celebrating the 20th season featuring 20 pieces from 20 artists curated by pop culture artist Ron English. There also will be a retrospective gallery featuring original animation cells from South Park‘s pilot episode.

Hardwick will moderate the Hall H South Park 20 panel at 5 PM Friday, July 22. Panelists (yet-to-be-named) will discuss the evolution of the series over the last two decades, take questions from fans and show an exclusive sneak peek of South Park: Fractured But Whole.

South Park will premiere its 20th season on September 14 on Comedy Central. Co-creators Parker and Stone are executive producers along with Anne Garefino and Frank C. Agnone II.