Fans can guarantee their place on tour with a Priority Access Pass, available on lionstour.com now, and if they buy their chosen tour during their priority booking period, they will automatically be invited to meet the coach ahead of the Tour.
Although the coach has not yet announced, the Lions' official travel company will have access to the man who will lead Britain and Ireland's elite Down Under.
The official travel packages will be released in the coming weeks so for the definitive Lions tour experience - and to get up close and personal with the man charged with winning the Test series - fans are urged to book their Priority Access Pass now.
"The fans will be there in their thousands, standing together, singing their songs. It doesn't matter if it's 'Jerusalem', 'The Fields of Athenry', 'Flower of Scotland' or 'Land of My Fathers', fans come together as one to support the Lions," said Lions chairman Gerald Davies.
"To me, the Lions represent the spirit, values and principles of rugby football. Four countries come together as one with a purpose to win and, to me, it is that comradeship, sportsmanship and bond that makes the Lions so special and Australia will be no different."
Fans can sign up for the tour now and guarantee their audience with the coach by visiting lionstour.com, signing up for a Priority Access Pass and then booking their tour.