Tickets for the LIVE performance at LeakyCon 2011 by Team StarKid, the group behind the hit YouTube musicals "A Very Potter Musical" and "A Very Potter Sequel," are now available to add to your conference registration! Tickets for "A Very StarKid Event" are $20 and can be added to your registration by logging in here and clicking:
My Registration > Edit My Registration > "A Very StarKid Event" Add It!
If you would like to make this purchase on a different credit card than was used for your original registration, please use the Edit My Payment Information feature available on the site. Those with RockStar passes, we are still saving your tickets for you and you will get an e-mail soon from our RockStar Liaison detailing instructions for selecting this event as one of your two free keynote or special events.
The following cast members are currently slated to appear, dependent on professional obligations:
Darren Criss (Harry Potter/co-creator of AVPM/AVPS)
Joe Walker (Voldemort/Umbridge)
Bonnie Greusen (Hermione Granger)
Lauren Lopez (Draco Malfoy)
Joey Richter (Ronald Weasley)
Brian Holden (Lupin)
Tyler Brunsman (Cedric Diggory/Lucius Malfoy)
Jaime Lyn Beatty (Ginny/Rita Skeeter)
Nick Lang (Mr. Weasley/co-creator of AVPM/AVPS)
Matt Lang (co-creator of AVPM/AVPS)
Julia Albain (Crabbe)
Joe Moses (Severus Snape)
In addition to this, Team StarKid has just announced the premiere of their next musical, "Starship," set for live stage performances from February 11-23, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. Tickets for this musical are available via this link. Full information on "Starship," as well as everything Team StarKid can be found right here.
If you still have not yet registered for LeakyCon 2011, our second charity fan conference, click here to do so now! See you in Orlando!
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"The Leaky Song" by Brad Mehlenbacher of Draco and the Malfoys