Today, Universal Studios Hollywood is officially announcing the new nighttime show, which is being called "The Nighttime Lights at Hogwarts Castle".
The nighttime show is likely an expanded version of the spectacle Universal Hollywood put on for the Wizarding World land's grand opening previous year.
Through the use of 3-D projection mapping and a multi-channel audio system, guests will be able to experience the show in new ways depending on where they stand.
The show, dubbed "The Nighttime Lights at Hogwarts Castle", will accompanied by a musical arrangement created by Oscar-winning film composer John Williams, who composed the music for the "Harry Potter" films.
You can check out photos from that grand opening projection show in the slideshow below.
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Relive the grand finale moment from the opening ceremony in the video below. The new show will take place multiple times a night during its run.
The Hogwarts Express is seen crossing through the Glenfinnan Viaduct in most of the Potter movies, transporting students from King's Cross in London to the remote highland locale of Hogwarts. Live rehearsals with annual pass previews and very limited guest access will begin in June in preparation for the June 23 grand opening.
Earlier this year, it was revealed that Universal Orlando's Wizarding World will be launching their own projection show for the holidays in November.
Are you as excited as we are about this cool new addition to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter?
Imagine this: Night has fallen over Hogsmeade, and guests are sipping Butterbeer and exploring the fictional village conjured by J.K. Rowling in the books.
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