“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” Is Suspended in the United States Until 2021

July continues to bring more news of suspended events. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child performances at the Curran Theatre in San Francisco, California, are officially suspended through January 3, 2021.

This announcement comes nearly one month after Broadway announced its suspension through the same date. With the COVID-19 pandemic still causing concern, the producers are committed to keeping the health and safety of all involved a top priority.

In response to this news, the Curran has announced that it will be adding additional performances in the summer of 2021 to accommodate current and future ticket holders. The theater would also like to recognize the staff, artists, producers, and fans for their continued support. Ticket holders who have questions regarding the suspension can visit the official site for additional guidance.


All U.S. performances of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child are now suspended through January 3, 2021.If you hold a ticket to a suspended performance, please visit http://harrypotteronstage.com/us.

Posted by Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Monday, July 27, 2020


With many ticket holders disappointed about the suspensions, the producers want everyone to know that they’re listening to all concerns and have different refund and exchange policies in place to help accommodate everyone. If you have been directly affected by this change, the official site of the San Francisco production is giving detailed instructions on how to exchange your tickets.

The magic will continue onstage in 2021. Will you be seeing a performance of Cursed Child next year? Let us know!


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Brittany Bennett

A proud Hufflepuff and nerd beyond measure, Harry Potter has always been the series I call home.