You may still be waiting on your Hogwarts letter, but that doesn't mean you have to miss out all the magic. A whimsical event is coming to Toronto this spring, and it's bringing the wizarding world to you. Witches, wizards, and Muggles alike are invited to relive a Harry Potter film on the big screen with a thrilling, live score. Toronto's Harry Potter live concert is going to be even more enchanting than the Yule Ball.

Hop on your broomstick and head to this fantastical show, which will be bringing all of our favourite Potter moments to life.

Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 1 will be playing in Toronto for three nights only this spring.

The film will be accompanied by a live orchestra, bringing a whole new level of magic to the experience.

The seventh instalment of the series, the Deathly Hallows follows Harry, Ron, and Hermione on their quest to locate Horcruxes and defeat Lord Voldemort.

Last year, Toronto hosted The Half-Blood Prince in concert, and the upcoming show will pick up directly where it left off.

The concert is taking place from May 29 to May 31 at Meridian Hall. There will be pre-show talks available on all three dates, where you can learn all about how the event was brought to life.

Tickets are already on sale, and given the popularity of the Harry Potter world, they probably won't last long.

Prices may fluctuate, but right now the lowest ticket costs $55.25.

You can also see another magical concert in London, Ontario this spring.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is showing at Budweiser Gardens on May 23, 2020.

After the Toronto concert, you can keep the magic going by visiting The Lockhart for some wizard-themed drinks.

Relive all your favourite movie moments on the massive screen, and experience the soundtrack in a whole new way with the live symphony orchestra.

Harry Potter In Concert

Price: $55.25 + per ticket

When: May 29-31, 2020

Address: 1 Front St. E., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: This Harry Potter concert with a live orchestra will whisk you away to the wizarding world.


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