“Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” In Concert to Play the Hollywood Bowl!

Jun 29, 2018

Posted by: Emma Pocock

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The beloved Harry Potter Film Concert Series will come to Los Angeles next week for a special performance of The Goblet of Fire at the Hollywood Bowl!

Conductor Justin Freer will bring the film to life with the Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra giving a live performance of Patrick Doyle’s unique soundtrack, as a 40-foot screen plays the Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire movie.



A fully immersive experience where audiences are expected to join in with the performance by cheering, as shared in our previous report from a concert, and our coverage of their opening ceremony live performance, expo and panels at A Celebration of Harry Potter this year. Watch as “Potter Waltz” plays over scenes from The Yule Ball, dramatic silences build tension during Harry’s confrontation with a Hungarian Horntail, and the horror as the film comes to its ending, with Cedric’s tragic death, and Voldemort making his first real appearance in the film series!

The concert will perform at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles next Thursday, July 5th, at 8pm PT. For details on how to get tickets, visit the official website of the venue here, and to find out more about CineConcerts, and where else the Harry Potter Film Concert Series is playing, visit the official website here.


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