CANADA’S FIRST HALLOWEEN NIGHTS OF LIGHTS EVENT Halloween is BACK ON thanks to a first of its kind, drive-thru light and sound show Halloween won’t be canceled this year after all, thanks
CANADA’S FIRST HALLOWEEN NIGHTS OF LIGHTS EVENT
Halloween is BACK ON thanks to a first of its kind, drive-thru light and sound show
Halloween won’t be canceled this year after all, thanks to Halloween Night of Lights, a must-see drive-thru event coming to Toronto this Fall. Halloween Night of Lights is an immersive drive-thru experience featuring more than 700,000 LED lights animated and synchronized to everyone’s favourite Halloween tunes. So get ready to turn up the volume and roll down the windows because this dazzling light display is the first of its kind in Canada.
With the pandemic canceling many of Toronto’s favourite seasonal events, Halloween Night of Lights is here to save the spooky season. Event organizers have adapted the outdoor space of Improve Canada, 7250 Keele St, Vaughan, into a drive-thru experience so guests can enjoy an immersive Halloween light show from the comfort and safety of their vehicles. Attendees can place their ticket order via the Halloween Nights of Lights website in advance by selecting a date and timeslot allowing for the entire experience to be contactless.
With the pandemic altering the way major events operate, it is clear that the drive-thru experience has become the safest way to cultivate experiences while maintaining social distancing and safety practices. Halloween Night of Lights is the perfect way for the entire family to get into the Halloween spirit while also following the guidelines to protect all staff and attendees from the spread of Covid-19. The adaptation and partnership between Halloween Nights of Lights and Improve Canada has spawned into an epic, first-time ever event that is sure to bring some much-needed joy to families across the GTA during this Fall season.
Additionally, during a time where charities are in the utmost need, Halloween Nights of Lights is pleased to be donating a portion of proceeds to benefit local charity Epilepsy Toronto.
“These are exceptional times, where we need to get creative with how we celebrate our favorite holidays. Halloween Nights of Lights uses innovation and technology to bring something unique, seasonal and tons-of-fun to Toronto audiences,” says Event Organizer, Olivera Pavlovic.
Halloween Nights of Lights begins October 1 and runs until November 1, 2020 on select nights.
Nights of Lights will be available on select nights as follows:
Thursday October 1- Sunday October 4 from 7:30pm-10:30pm
Thursday October 8 – Sunday October 11 from 7:15pm-10:30pm
Thursday October 15 – Sunday October 18 from 7:00pm – 10:30pm
Thursday October 22 – Sunday October 25 from 7:00pm – 10:30pm
Thursday October 29 – Sunday November 1 from 6:45pm – 10:30pm
Admission is per car: 1-2 people, $25 per car | 3-5 people, $40 per car | 6-8 people, $65 per car
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October 29 (Thursday) 6:45 pm - November 1 (Sunday) 10:30 pm
7250 Keele St, Vaughan