'Harry Potter' Concert Series to Launch This Summer

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Daniel Radcliffe in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" in 2010. 

Accio yet another way to freak out about Harry Potter in the year 2016.

CineConcerts, already famous for creating concerts for films such as Star Trek, announced a new partnership with Warner Bros. to bring Harry Potter concert events around the country, per Variety.

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Beginning with a Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone tour in 2016, “The Harry Potter Film Concert Series” will reformat each “Harry Potter” film into an orchestral concert experience "that offers audiences a live symphony orchestra performance of the entire score in-sync with the film, which will be simultaneously projected onto a high-definition 40-foot screen."

“The original dialogue and sound effects will be kept intact,” CineConcerts president Justin Freer told Variety. “All the music is pulled out of the film, so that’s one of the interesting challenges -- mixing the live music against the dialogue and the effects.”

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For those that need to see Sorcerer's Stone scenes such as Ron's high-stakes chess game, the concerts kick off in Philadelphia June 23; tickets go on sale Feb. 20.


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