Are you one of the millions captivated by the Harry Potter universe in the books and movies over the years? The books have come to a close and the films have faded to black, but now is your chance to relive the story that the world has fallen in love with in a whole new way. CineConcerts and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra are hosting a magical event that every Potter Head and music fan will not want to miss. Catch the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra’s performance of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1” in concert on Friday, March 20, at 7 p.m.; Saturday, March 21, at 7 p.m.; and Sunday, March 22, at 2 p.m. Mark your calendars and make plans to come out to hear this incredible story come to life once again.
All About the Concert
During each performance, not only will you be able to hear the beautiful score composed by Alexandre Desplat, but you will also be able to see the fantastic seventh film of the franchise projected above the orchestra as they accompany the film. Haven’t seen the first six movies yet? Do yourself a favor and have a marathon viewing party of the first six films in preparation for this event. You’ll be sure to fall in love with the characters and the magical world JK Rowling wrote into existence.
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Ready to buy your tickets? They are available now on the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra’s website. You don’t want to wait too long because Grand Tier tickets are already sold out. There are still seats available in other sections, and ticket prices range from $35 to $73, depending on your selection. Hurry and reserve seats now for yourself and the number 1 Harry Potter fan in your life for a night of magic and music.
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