The Wonderful Weekend of Wizardy Coming to Pacific Northwest Early December

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Crescent Moon Gifts and Creepy Kingdom are proud sponsors of The Wonderful Weekend of Wizardry, A Harry Potter fan event December 6-9, 2018 in Tacoma, Washington.

This family friendly event will feature over 100 hours of different programming available throughout the weekend. Guests will have the opportunity to join their fellow housemates for classes and group activities such as make & take workshops, celebrity panels/autographs/photo ops, a Wizard’s Feast, Holiday Ball, and Magical Tea Party! There will also be shopping opportunities in Vendor’s Alley!

Some of the guests scheduled to appear are Chris Rankin who portrayed Percy Weasley and Stan Yanevski who portrayed Viktor Krum in the Harry Potter film series. Also appearing is Paul Warren, Daniel Radcliffe’s body double in “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix”, the cast of the Off Broadway show “Puffs, Or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic”, “Hermione Granger” cosplayer Kari Lewis, and fantasy author Marissa Meyer. The weekend will also host several "Wizard Rock” performances from Tonks and the Aurors, Brian of Draco and the Malfoys, and the Blibbering Humdingers.

The event will take place at the beautiful 5 star Hotel Murano in downtown Tacoma, Washington. Discount rates are available. For more information visit: https://www.weekendofwizardry.com/hotel.

There are several different ticket options including single day, 4- Day, Special Events, All Access, and VIP All Access. For details and pricing please visit: https://www.weekendofwizardry.com/tickets.

About Crescent Moon Gifts: Serving the Tacoma, WA area since 2004, Crescent Moon Gifts offers a showroom filled with metaphysical and fantasy based items. They also offer classes and live performances. For more information go to: http://www.crescentmoongifts.com.

About Creepy Kingdom: Established in 2013 Creepy Kingdom produces original Films, Podcasts, and Events. They also cover the spooky side of Films, Theme Parks, and Beyond. For more information go to http://www.creepykingdom.com.