Immersive live-to-film experiences are all the rage this summer. If the wait for Black Panther in Concert is too long, we have some spellbinding news for you. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallow Part 1 is set to screen live at the Sydney Opera House with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra performing the soundtrack live. Conducted by Nicholas Buc, the screening comes to town this February for a limited run.
Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part 1 in Concert
In case you forgot, the final Harry Potter movie was split into two and now you can revisit the battle for Hogwarts and the build up to the final faceoff with Voldemort in this riveting concert experience. Eager concert goers will get a front row seat to an evening of wizards, witches and magic. Witness the epic finale of the beloved franchise with an electric live music atmosphere to boot. The performance will go for approximately 2 and a half hours with a 20-minute interval.
Tickets are limited so tap into your Harry Potter nostalgia and snag some here before they sell out.
Another live film to concert experience to watch out for is The Princess Bride also set to take over the Opera House this March.