4 cities named as Fantastic Beasts: Wizarding World Wands Supporting Lumos hosts

Loved the light exhibit outside St. Paul’s Cathedral, London for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald? Four cities will host the Fantastic Beasts: Wizarding World Wands Supporting Lumos for the third movie.

When Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald opened, London offered something illuminating. A dazzling light exhibit was held outside St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, supporting J,K. Rowling’s charity, Lumos. There were promises that the exhibit would take place in other cities for the third movie.

That third movie is coming up soon. In fact, it’s going to be released on Nov. 21, 2021. Cities will need to prepare for this, and they’re getting plenty of time. Four cities have been confirmed as the hosts of the Fantastic Beasts: Wizarding World Wands Supporting Lumos exhibit thanks to fans voting.

Those four cities will be: Birmingham, Hull, Reading, and Stoke, according to the official site. The exhibit will start in one location and then make its way around the UK across all four cities. Hull gained the most votes, so the exhibit will start in the North East and then work its way around the country.

The official site doesn’t share the order of the other cities. It’s possibly in the order that it’s written on the page: Hull, Stoke, Reading, and then Birmingham, as this looks to be the order of the voting results.

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If you missed Fantastic Beasts: Wizarding World Wands Supporting Lumos the first time, the wands stand 15-feet tall. They were specifically created to support the Lumos Foundation. It was an absolutely spectacular sight to see.

There are no details on when the newer exhibit will start. As the premiere for Fantastic Beasts 3 isn’t until 2021, it’s likely that decisions on that scale won’t be made for a while yet. They certainly won’t be released until closer to the time.

Will you visit the cities to see the Fantastic Beasts: Wizarding World Wands Supporting Lumos exhibit? What did you think of the first one? Share your thoughts in the comments below.