Get ready, Muggles, because coming to Fort Worth this summer could possibly be the most magical Harry Potter music experience ever. The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra is playing music from all eight Harry Potter Films in the Fort Worth Botanical Garden on June 8th. For a night of wizardry fun, you need to come see the show!

The event is part of the Concert In The Garden series where the orchestra will be performing tons of classic pop culture hits throughout the summer. The Fort Worth Symphony will be playing music from the Harry Potter franchise at this incredible event while the movies will be up and playing for you to watch as the orchestra plays alongside them! 

Normally when the orchestra performs songs from hit movies, guest tend to come to the concerts dressed up as their favorite characters. There's a pretty big chance you'll run into Harry, Ron, or Hermoine while you're there! You are also encouraged to show off your house colors as well.

The Fort Worth Botanical Garden will serve as the perfect Forbidden Forest for the event, which means there will be plenty of room for you, your friends, and your hippogriff.

The show will end with a stunning fireworks show to celebrate the magic that is Harry Potter. This show is just one of the many spectacular ones on the orchestras line up this year. They are also hosting a Star Wars laser light show and the Music of Queen.

Tickets for the Harry Potter concert are on sale now and range from $25 to $67 depending on where you'd like to sit and how close to the stage you'd like to be. You can get tickets for a table or you can also bring your own picnic blanket and enjoy the show from the lawn.

The Fort Worth Botanical Garden is located at 3220 Botanic Garden Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76107. For tickets and more information on the event, you can visit the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra website here.

This article’s cover image was used for illustrative purposes only.

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