Most of us millennials would agree that the Harry Potter films still fill us with a sense of magic, excitement and childhood nostalgia. In 2017 you’ll have the chance to release your inner HP freak, thanks to the Adelaide Entertainment Centre.
Get ready to be taken back to where the magic and mischief all began. The first instalment that kicked off the mammoth film franchise, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, will be shown at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre Arena on a gigantic screen. However, the most magical attraction of this event is undoubtedly the spectacular Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. The ASO will be performing the entire soundtrack in full, allowing you to experience John William’s extraordinary Oscar-nominated score like never before, bringing your Harry Potter viewing experience to spellbinding new levels.
Though this enchanting event is still a while away, tickets are sure to sell out; make sure you get in quick to avoid missing out on this once-in-a-lifetime experience. Conjure yourself up a ticket here.
WHAT: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone in Concert
WHEN: 4th November 2017
WHERE: The Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Header image via Adelaide Entertainment Centre's website.
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