UPDATED: “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” Announces 934 Free Tickets
The big news from Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, as revealed in New York City’s Times Square last night, isn’t over. Celebrities such as Sarah Jessica Parker turned out for the announcement that the play is rebranding, featuring new imagery and Mary GrandPré’s design for the books’ titles.
To mark the global milestone, the show hosted the largest-ever Times Square takeover, with award-winning actress and Harry Potter fan Sarah Jessica Parker as well as Wizarding World fans and influencers. Fans witnessed a jaw-dropping takeover of nearly all the Times Square screens, which revealed the never-before-seen Harry Potter and the Cursed Child campaign, in celebration of its global expansion.
That’s not the end, though. The play will be thanking its fans by releasing 934 free tickets!
As a special thank you to Harry Potter fans, and as a nod to the famous platform nine and three-quarters at King’s Cross [s]tation, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is announcing that 934 lucky people around the world will get the chance to watch the show as complimentary guests. But fans have to act fast. To find out how you might become one of them, go to www.harrypotteronstage.com now and select your chosen location.
View the press release below for more information.
Are you hoping to be one of the lucky fans?
UPDATE (11:35 a.m. ET):
The tickets will be available at 12:00 p.m. (noon) ET, per an email from the play itself.
- Only one ticket per person, so select 1 for seat quantity.
- Search across any performance date.
- If you find a seat priced at $0, add it to your cart
and complete your order.
UPDATE (4:21 p.m. ET):
We now have some more images from the event in Times Square last night.