This month is going to be extra magical. So put on your Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw or Hufflepuff colours, as you can enjoy this Wizarding World themed event. You'll be able to watch Harry Potter movies under the stars at this new drive-in theatre in Calgary.

This August, TELUS Spark has turned into a retro drive-in theatre. So get ready for the ultimate movie night where you fill up on buttery popcorn and relive the wonder of some of your favourite films.

The lineup is so good; you are going to want to go multiple nights.

For example, on Saturday, August 22, you can see Harry Potter And The Prisoner Azkaban. Then you'll definitely want to return the next evening for Harry Potter And The Goblet of Fire.

Both start at 9:00 p.m. and run until 11:00 p.m. But you'll want to show up at 8:00 p.m when doors open, to get a good parking space close to the screen.

The fun doesn't stop there. You'll also be able to see tons of blockbuster classics, including Back To The Future, Indiana Jones, Ghostbusters, E.T, and Jurassic Park.

If you've never been to a drive-in, make sure to bring a blanket and extra pillows.

If you are lucky enough to have a hatchback or a truck, you can take advantage of all that extra space and set up a bed to stretch out.

Snuggled in blankets, it will feel like you have a private movie party with just your closest friends.

Tickets are $35 for one car with up to five people. When buying your admission online, make sure to prepurchase some mouthwatering snacks.

For $15, you can get a sweet and salty packaged. It comes with one bag of popcorn, an ice-cold drink, and your choice of one candy bar.

Don't wait; you'll want to buy a ticket now before they sell out.

Big Art Drive-in

Price: $35 for one car with up to five people

When: Until Sunday, August 30

Address: TELUS Spark, 220 St. Georges Dr. N.E., Calgary

Why You Need To Go: You can spend the weekend watching Harry Potter at this pop-up movie night.

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