St. Louis, MO... The St. Louis Public Library is excited to announce that after performing nearly 500 shows in 49 states and multiple countries, wizard rockers Harry and the Potters will return to the Library to perform a special FREE outdoor concert at the Buder Branch, 4401 Hampton Ave., on June 2 at 6 p.m. The musical madmenís appearance is just in time for the release of the final Harry Potter movie, Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows, Part II.
Like a warlock Woodstock, the concert will take place rain or shine on the Buder Branchís south parking lot. [PLEASE NOTE: The south parking lot will be CLOSED to traffic the day of the event.] Additional FREE parking is available on the Bank of America parking lot across from the Branch.
After the show, the band will meet with fans and sign copies of their new album. CDs will be available for purchase.
Harry and the Potters was formed in 2002 by Paul and Joe DeGeorge, brothers from Norwood, Massachusetts. With both brothers bearing a striking resemblance to Harry Potter, Joe (on guitar) became Harry, year 4; and Paul (on keyboards) became Harry, year 7. Thus was born Harry and the Potters.
For an idea of what the bandís music sounds like, imagine if Harry Potter quit the quidditch team and started a punk bandóor if The White Stripes took the stage with Raffi at Hogwarts to sing songs like Voldemort Canít Stop the Rock, Expulsion During Disapparation, SPEW, and My Teacher is a Werewolf. Harry and the Potters concerts capture the magic of the books and will have you singing This Book is So Awesome!
For more information, call 314-206-6779.# # #