Poster design by Becca Barnet.
It's a summer of Harry! The Charleston Music Hall presents a season of magic with The Summer of Potter 2019. From June 10 to August 5, the Music Hall will be screening the entire Harry Potter series from start to finish, along with a wizard-themed art exhibit.
Doors for each film screening will open at 6:30 p.m. with the movie starting at 7 p.m. Each movie costs $8 to attend individually or you can purchase an 8 Film Pass for $50 which includes a specialty poster and the chance to play in the summer-long Hogwart’s House Contest.
The art opening reception for the summer-long event will be held June 10, 5 to 7 p.m. (right before the first screening of The Sorcerer's Stone
) and is free and open to the public. The Harry Potter exhibit will be on display all summer and features work from over 20 local artists in all magical mediums.
Guests can also buy specialty Summer of Potter posters all summer long at the box office. All posters were designed and crafted by Becca Barnet from Sisal Creative.
During each film screening, the Music Hall will be transformed into the Wizarding World with Potter-themed decorations and surprises all evening. Attendees are encouraged to come dressed in their house colors or as their favorite Harry Potter character. Each evening will feature an array of Potter trivia and Hogwarts House contests.
If your house has the most points by the end of the day, you can get a mystical surprise. The Music Hall bar will also be transformed into the Three Broomsticks during each film screening and offer up some Potter-themed drinks and treats.
As usual with the Charleston Music Hall, there is a dinner and film option available for an additional $32 at either Virginia’s on King or Vincent Chicco's.
The film schedule is as follows:
The Sorcerer's Stone
, June 10
The Chamber of Secrets
, June 17
The Prisoner of Azkaban
, June 24
The Goblet of Fire
, July 1
The Order of the Phoenix
, July 8
The Half-Blood Prince
, July 22
The Deathly Hallows Part I
, July 29
The Deathly Hallows Part II
, August 5