Growing up, there was one thing that TRULY stretched my imagination and that was Harry Potter.  I remember being in second grade at St. Paul's Catholic School in Nampa and our teacher, Miss Fox would read us a chapter or so at the end of the day as a reward. Lights in the classroom were off, and we all just sat and listened--it was captivating like nothing I and many of my classmates had ever heard.

As I got older, I got more and more into Harry Potter--in fact, I remember trying to draw a lightning bolt onto my forehead once with a pencil...and it (unintentionally) scarred. Awkward.

If you're like me and you still love and geek out over all things Harry Potter related, you can't miss this event going on at The Morrison Center in January (yes, of next year).

Last year, you may recall seeing that the Boise Philharmonic was playing along live with the first Harry Potter movie-- an event so popular that a second time during the day was scheduled. Both sold out. This year, they're moving on to the second movie-- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.

Tickets range from about $50-$80 depending on where you want your seats to be. This is sure to be an awesome, unique event that any Potter fan can't miss.

For more, click HERE.