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February 15, 2021

Colorado Symphony Reschedules July 2021 Performances Of Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2 In Concert For Summer 2022


Media Contact:
Nick Dobreff, Manager of Publicity and Community Relations
616.485.3913 (m) – 303.308.2477 (o)

Tickets for the original 2020 & 2021 rescheduled dates for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows™ Part 2 shows will be honored for 2022 reschedule dates 

Feb. 15, 2021 – Denver, CO – As the presenters of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows™ Part 2 in Concert at Boettcher Concert Hall, the Colorado Symphony Association is committed to the safety and peace of mind of all audiences, orchestra members, and venue staff.  Due to continued uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 health pandemic, the three 2021 performances of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows™ Part 2 in Concert at Boettcher Concert Hall will be rescheduled for summer 2022.

These performances will be rescheduled for dates listed below and tickets for the 2020 & 2021 dates will be honored for these rescheduled dates:

  • Friday, July 22, 2022 at 7:30 p.m.
  • Saturday, July 23, 2022 at 7:30 p.m.
  • Sunday, July 24, 2022 at 1:00 p.m.

To help your Colorado Symphony through this challenge, we ask you to keep your tickets for the future rescheduled date, consider donating the value of your tickets, or keeping your credit on account to be used for a future performance. Nearly half of our revenue each year is contributed through donations, grants, and corporate gifts with the balance of our revenue coming from paid concert attendance. If you find yourself able, we encourage you to donate the value of your tickets as a tax-deductible gift.

You can find more information on all your ticketing options below.

Ticketing Options 
The following options are available for ticketholders of cancelled events. Click on any of the links below and log in to your Colorado Symphony account to proceed with any of the return request options below. If no action is taken by April 2, 2021 tickets will remain valid for the rescheduled dates.

  • Keep your tickets for the rescheduled 2022 dates listed above. If you’d like to keep tickets to the rescheduled dates you need not take any action.  New tickets will be issued as print at home tickets or physical tickets sent via USPS closer to the rescheduled 2022 dates. Mobile tickets will be converted to print at home tickets.
  • Donate your ticket(s) and receive a tax deduction for the total ticket value to keep your Colorado Symphony strong during this difficult time.
  • Exchange your ticket(s) for on account credit, which can be used for events through September 1, 2021. All exchange fees will be waived in this situation.
  • Request a refund of the ticket purchase cost and City Seat Tax. Service fees will not be refunded as they are used for technology, processing, and staffing.

Need Assistance? 
For assistance, please contact the Box Office by phone at 303.623.7876 or at The Box Office is open Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Due to increased communication and reduced staffing, call wait times may be longer than usual. Please use the online form and we will process your requests in the order they are received. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

We look forward to welcoming you back soon, where the magic will continue with your Colorado Symphony.


For more information or to request interviews, please contact:
Nick Dobreff, Manager of Publicity and Community Relations - 303.308.2477 (o)

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One of the leading orchestras in the United States, the Colorado Symphony Association is a not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) organization performing more than 150 concerts annually at Boettcher Concert Hall in downtown Denver and across Colorado. Led by Music Director Brett Mitchell, the Colorado Symphony is home to eighty full-time musicians, representing more than a dozen nations, and regularly welcomes the most celebrated artists from the world of symphonic music and beyond. In the last year, the Colorado Symphony served nearly 233,000 people attending live performances at concert and non-traditional venues throughout Colorado’s Front Range. Recognized as an incubator of innovation, creativity, and excellence, the Colorado Symphony continually expands its reach through education, outreach, and programming. The Colorado Symphony partners with the state’s leading musical artists, cultural organizations, corporations, foundations, sports teams, and individuals to expose diverse audiences to the transformative power of music. To learn more, visit