The Fifth Annual Quidditch World Cup is just over 2 weeks away now. Are you still deciding whether or not you should attend the event at Randall's Island? Well, perhaps this documentary from last year's Quidditch World Cup will show you why you should be there. The documentary was produced by Boxer Films out of Los Angeles and was fully supported by Alivan's Wandmakers as well.
This will be unlike any other Potter-fan based event you have ever attended with the exception of one thing: thousands of crazy 'Harry Potter' fans. What could be better? How about fire-juggling, sword-swallowing, improv comedians commentating on the games, and loads of Wizard Wrock shows?
On top of all that, there is the magical sport of Muggle Quidditch: the game invented by author J.K. Rowling and adapted for us non-magical people to enjoy just as much as the witches and wizards do in the magical world. One-hundred teams from four nations, 2,100 athletes and plenty of medical staff at the ready will all be attending along with around 30,000 fans.
MuggleNet will have a full staff at the event as well as a vendor table, so stop by and say hi to us, this will be an event you don't want to miss. You can make your reservations with AAGT, the official travel partner of the Quidditch World Cup and get your tickets today.
I'm going to sit and watch you die, Potter. Go ahead, take your time. I'm in no hurry.
Tom Riddle Chamber of Secrets
Demelza Robins, the Gryffindor Chaser in Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince, is named after Daniel Radcliffe's favourite charity: the Demelza House Children's Hospice, which cares for terminally ill youngsters in Kent, East Sussex and South London.