Harry Potter in concert returns to the NPAC next April — tickets on sale Nov. 17

The secret's out


If you’re like us, you’re sitting at your desk, chugging lukewarm coffee, dreading Monday duties — but still reveling in the incredible performance you got to check out this past weekend. We’re talking, of course, about Harry Potter in concert, a special experience that featured the screening of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, with a live score performed by the Charleston Symphony Orchestra. We got to check out the Saturday night show and it was, well, magical.
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Today the North Charleston Performing Arts Center announces round two of the Harry Potter Film Concert Series, slated for Sat. April 7, 2018. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets features Harry Potter and crew taking on Hogwarts, with a heavy dose of house elves, wand stuff, and bloody writing on the wall. The usual, ya know?

Once again you can watch the flick as the CSO performs the enchanting score. Tickets for the April performance go on sale on Fri. Nov. 17 at noon. You can buy tickets online at ticketmaster.com or by calling 1-800-745-3000.

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