Enter the “Cursed Child” on Broadway Friday Forty Fan Event!

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child recently opened in Australia, and tickets for the San Francisco, California, production are soon on sale to the public. But maybe you’re still looking to see the show on Broadway in New York City. If so, you might be in luck!

To celebrate the show’s first anniversary on Broadway and the arrival of the new castCursed Child is adding an extra 100 tickets to the show’s Friday Forty lottery. This means 140 people will win tickets to the performances of the show on Wednesday, March 20 and Thursday, March 21. These shows will be the first time the new cast members perform Cursed Child, and you could be part of that audience!

 

The new cast members of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” on Broadway

 

In addition to seeing the performances, the Friday Forty winners will receive “exclusive early access to the Lyric Theatre, magical giveaways, and a group photo-op [sic] with the cast.”

All that, plus you only pay $40 for your tickets? What could be more magical than that?

You can enter the Friday Forty here. Winners will be announced on Friday, March 15 between 1 p.m. EDT and 5 p.m. EDT. You will receive an email if you win, and then you’ll have one hour to purchase your tickets, so stay by your phone or computer!

Press Release

Friday 140 Anniversary Fan Event!

Raise a glass of Butterbeer! In celebration of its first Broadway anniversary and the arrival of the Year 2 cast, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is adding 100 more tickets to this week’s Friday Forty Lottery. Those lucky 140 fans will be the very first to see the spellbinding new cast take the stage on March 20 and 21.

You’ll return to the wizarding world in style, sitting in some of the best seats in the theater for only $40 ($20 per Part). Plus, you’ll get exclusive early access to the Lyric Theatre, magical giveaways, and a group photo-op [sic] with the cast. No spells necessary, just click below to enter, only on TodayTix.

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Gretchen Roesch

Gretchen once knew every word to the "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" movie. Now she uses that Ravenclaw brain power to manage the MuggleNet News Team, write articles, and podcast about "Harry Potter". Outside of the site, she is a long-distance runner, social worker, and baker. Gretchen hopes to one day pay off her student loans.