A Must See (And Hear) Movies at the Schermerhorn Experience For Nashville Harry Potter Fans

Nashville Harry Potter Movie

Raising a family in Music City is a beautiful thing, especially when we have so many arts and entertainment venues at our fingertips, and for Nashville Harry Potter fans there is a must see event happening May 24-27.

The beautiful Schermerhorn Symphony Center, home to the Nashville Symphony orchestra since 2006, is widely considered one of the world’s finest acoustical venues. Named in honor of former music director Kenneth Schermerhorn and located in the heart of downtown, the building itself is a beautiful example of neo-Classical architecture. It’s worth a visit alone just to see the beautiful building.

Although classical and education programming is, of course, a major focus of the Nashville Symphony, they also offer a wide variety of performances from artists like Sheryl Crow, Tony Bennett and Willie Nelson. We’ve also enjoyed an Eagles tribute concert at the center. Beyond music, however, are their fun movies at the symphony events.

School is out for Nashville kids next week and it’s always fun to plan something special to kick off summer. If you’re a fan of Harry Potter, you must check out the next Movies at the Schermerhorn event May 24-27. The Schermerhorn will be screening Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, the fourth movie in the Harry Potter franchise, as part of a multi-year plan to show all of the HP movies. These screenings are popular because they give Harry Pottery fans the chance to see movies they love while the Nashville Orchestra plays the score live, in what is a totally unique cinematic and musical experience.

The May 24-27 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire screenings will be the last Harry Potter movie event until May 2019 You won’t want to miss this chance to see (and hear) the incredible 80-piece Nashville Symphony orchestra play the entire Patrick Doyle movie score alongside the film so now is the time to grab your tickets!

Showings start on Thursday, May 24, and kick off each night at 7 p.m. through Saturday with tickets starting at $40. There is also a family friendly Sunday afternoon matinee if you don’t feel like venturing downtown at night.

Each movie will be preceded by family-friendly activities like a fun photo booth and arts and crafts. Even better, for fans who want to take their moving outing to the next level there is a costume contest at each movie screening.

So, Nashville Harry Potter fans if you’re looking for something fun and unique to do to celebrate school being out for summer, this is an excellent family friendly outing that will combines an awesome cinematic experience with an amazing live music experience and really brings Harry Potter to life on the big screen!

For ticket information, visit the Nashville Symphony online.

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