We are thrilled to officially announce that The Potter Puppet Pals, the most successful Harry Potter related YouTube act of all time, will be joining us at LeakyCon 2011, Leaky's charity conference that will take place in Orlando, Florida, the weekend of the release of the final film in the Harry Potter franchise. This will be the Potter Puppet Pals' first live conference performance ever.
Neil Cicierega and his crew are behind a viral Potter puppet act that has garnered a staggering 172 million views to date. Through comedy and puppetry Cicierega and his friends have created a loyal fanbase as active and avid as that of the Harry Potter series itself. The video Mysterious Ticking Noise" is one of the most viewed YouTube videos of all time, considered nearly required viewing for a Potter fan; it was the winner of the best comedy video in the 2007 YouTube Awards and has been mentioned by Daniel Radcliffe as something the Potter actors joked they would like to recreate themselves.
Precise details on the ways in which the Pals will be presented at the conference will be released at a future date!
LeakyCon is set for July 13-17 at the Royal Pacific Hotel in Orlando, FL. Basic registration rates will go up for the first time on October 10, 2010 - so don't wait! Visit LeakyCon.com for more! We can't wait to have you there!
hahaha this is worth the ticket cost alone HPPP is so awesome
i LOVE that video ive watched it so many times!
wow, HP make me glad that I live in Orlando
Now Daniel Radcliff and co. recreating The Mysterious Ticking Noise would be an extra on the Deathly Hallows Part Two DVD I would like to see! Alas they probably wont.
Nooooooooo! I can’t believe it! It’s so awesome and i don’t want to miss it! cries in the corner
Snape, Snape, Severuus Snape….. DUMBLEDORE!
haha! This is going to be awesome. Leaky Con is going to be epic!
Oh, how I wish I could be there! :*(
THAT IS AWESOME!!
Argh! I really wanna go to LeakyCon! Shame I live on the other side of the world and will have no chance of convincing my parents to let me go. Oh well, I hope everyone going has fun! Anyway….Voldemort, Voldemort, ooooooh Voldy-Voldemort!
"Oh, why don't we have a night off?" said Hermione brightly...[br]"Are you feeling all right?" Ron asked, staring at her in disbelief.[br]"Now that you mention it," said Hermione happily, "d'you know... I think I'm feeling a bit... [i]rebellious."[/i]
The Leaky Cauldron is not associated with J.K. Rowling, Warner Bros., or any of the individuals or companies associated with producing and publishing Harry Potter books and films.
"The Leaky Song" by Brad Mehlenbacher of Draco and the Malfoys