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A Magical Harry Potter Concert Is Happening Near Toronto This Spring

It's going to be 'Sirius-ly' amazing!
Ontario Associate Editor
Ontario's Harry Potter Live Concert Is The Most Magical Thing To See This Spring

Calling all witches and wizards! If you are even the slightest bit obsessed with Harry Potter, then you're going to want to accio a ticket to an enchanting event happening this spring. You can relive the fantasy of the wizarding world on the big screen for a night filled with magic. Put on your finest dress robes and head to the theatre to be swept away by the whimsical motion picture and thrilling score. Ontario's Harry Potter live concert will fill you with nostalgia this year.

It's no secret that Ontario is Harry Potter obsessed. Tons of magical events have been happening across the province, from Yule Balls to enchanted train rides.

There are also several Potter-themed food venues where Muggles, witches, and wizards can enjoy a drink or meal.

Grab some popcorn and your wizards hat, because you can soon enjoy a Harry Potter film on the big screen.

CineConcerts is hosting a Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban concert in London, Ontario.

The event will take place on May 23, 2020, at Budweiser Gardens.

Experience the movie magic on a 40-foot screen, while a live orchestra provides the score.

The film is the third in the series and follows Harry through another year at Hogwarts, where he encounters Dementors, werewolves, and the mysterious Sirus Black.

Tickets are already on sale, and given the popularity of the films, they may not last long.

Adult admission starts at $45, while children twelve and under are $35.

Toronto recently hosted Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Princein concert at the Sony Centre, and the upcoming London event promises to be just as magical.

Watch all your favourite characters on the massive screen, and experience the soundtrack in a whole new way from the live symphony orchestra.

Harry Potter In Concert

Price: $45 - $85 per adult

When: May 23, 2020

Address: 99 Dundas St., London, ON

Why You Need To Go: Watch this Harry Potter film come to life on the big screen with a live orchestra providing the score.

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    Madeline Forsyth
    Ontario Associate Editor
    Madeline Forsyth is an Associate Editor for Narcity Canada’s Ontario Desk focused on Toronto restaurants and is based in Toronto, Ontario.
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