Harry Potter WYR: Tea Shop or Wizard Concert?

My birthday was last week and being in the middle of a pandemic, there’s not much to do to celebrate. Once a Covid-19 vaccine is mass-produced, I look forward to surrounding myself with groups of people whether that’s attending a sporting event or going to a concert. The Harry Potter WYR question I picked today has to deal with how to spend a night out in the Wizarding World.

Harry Potter WYR: Have a Quiet Night Out at Madam Puddifoot’s Tea Shop OR a Loud, Fun Night Out at a Weird Sisters Concert?

Harry Potter WYR: Have a Quiet Night Out at Madam Puddifoot’s Tea Shop OR a Loud, Fun Night Out at a Weird Sisters Concert?

Madam Puddifoot’s Tea Shop is a tea shop located in Hogsmeade. It’s the same shop where Harry had his terrible date with Cho. One of my favorite activities is getting coffee with a friend. I’m not a big tea person, but it’s a relaxing way to catch up with friends. In the books, Harry heavily dislikes this shop as there are too much pink and the decorations reminded him of Umbridge’s office.

Going to see the Weird Sisters would be a fun time. The Weird Sisters did perform at the Yule Ball and their music reminds me of 80’s rock. I’m envisioning a concert of theirs outside of Hogwarts would have a magical mosh pit. I wonder what magical venues would exist for concerts in the Wizarding World.

I’m going to pick. . .

Attending the Weird Sisters Concert. A tea shop that heavily resembles Umbridge’s office is a huge pass for me.

Let me know in the comments which one you would rather pick!

2 thoughts on “Harry Potter WYR: Tea Shop or Wizard Concert?

  1. I don’t really remember what kind of music the Weird Sisters played, but you said it was 80’s rock, which is very much my jam, so I think I would pick that as well. I like tea and a quieter place is more my scene usually, but a good concert with good music shouldn’t be passed up.

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