Celebrate Back To Hogwarts Virtually With Harry Potter Cast
Harry Potter fans around the world are gearing up to celebrate “Back to Hogwarts”. On September 1st (the day Hogwarts students board the train) fans flood to Kings Cross Station in London and the Wizarding World theme parks to board the train at 11:00 AM. It’s become a really fun way to celebrate the books and meet friends with the same interests. This year, however, The Wizarding World and Harry Potter Film are putting on a virtual celebration to urge fans to stay home.
“On 1st September, we will be hosting a Back to Hogwarts livestream, with special contributions from all across the Wizarding World family. Expect to see cameos from familiar faces from the Harry Potter films (such as Jason Isaacs and Bonnie Wright) and members of the Cursed Childproduction, join us in Wizarding World-inspired activities, watch CineConcerts perform a very unique digital concert of music from the Harry Potter films, enjoy wand choreographer Paul Harris with a very special presentation, and much more.”
The cast from the films will be making fun appearances in the Live Stream including the actors who played the Weasley Twins.
Excited to reveal that @james_phelps and I will be going # #BackToHogwarts virtually this year – we hope you can join us, stay safe at home and tune into the livestream on 1st September – check https://t.co/fF3zims08u for more details, it’s going to be magic!
— Oliver Phelps (@OliverPhelps) August 19, 2020
It sounds like it’s going to be so much fun for Harry Potter fans! You can even log onto Wizarding World.com now visit the Back to Hogwarts hub and play fun games find shopping guides and more from the Wizarding World family.
This year, we’re celebrating the return to Hogwarts a little differently. Find out how you can join our online, global celebration of #BackToHogwarts from the comfort of your home. ??https://t.co/voIK41qvZn
— Wizarding World (@wizardingworld) August 19, 2020
Make sure if you’re a superfan to tag #BacktoHogwarts in your photos on Instagram and Twitter. Even though Back to Hogwarts is virtual this year they seem to be pulling out all the stops and making it so much fun for fans.