A Spooky Pumpkin Light Show Is Opening In The GTA Next Month And It's Great For The 'Gram
Warning: This might creep you out.
Are you sick of the summer heat and just can't wait for fall - in particular, October 31 - to be here? Well, for you Halloween fanatics, there's a really cool jack-o-lantern light show opening up in Milton, Ontario next month and you'll definitely want to add this to your Insta feed. If this sounds like something you'd be down for, make sure you get your tickets for Pumpkins After Dark before they sell out.
5,000 carved-out pumpkins with out-of-this-world designs will light up the night sky, giving you a show full of lights and bright sculptures. The event begins on September 26.
"We decided not to go with a specific theme but rather a collection of scenes," says James Fraser, Chief Pumpkineer of Pumpkins After Dark, to Narcity.
From classic horror monsters to a skeleton motorcycle gang, you can expect to find an array of pumpkin sculptures that'll knock you off your feet!
There will also be a couple of scenes paying tribute to pop culture for a more relatable note.
Attendees are also treated to live jack-o-lantern carvings to show how the work is done!
"This is an amazing show that has been put together by some truly talented artists," adds Fraser. "While some of our scenes feature monsters, there is nothing that will jump out and scare our guests."
From Sept 26 to Nov. 3, Country Heritage Park in Milton will fill up with attendees for this fun-filled event.
Pumpkins After Dark has partnered up with Habitat for Humanity, supporting their initiative. They'll be selling pumpkins and handing out free pumpkin carving templates.
This event is sure to sell out fast! Opening day is already sold out so make sure to get your friends, plan a day and get your tickets set.
Pumpkins After Dark
Price: $16 - $20
When: September 26 to November 3
Address: Country Heritage Park, Milton, ON
Why You Need To Go: If you love a typical fall experience and want to spice up your Instagram, this event is meant for you! Who wouldn't want to see a 50-foot dragon made out of pumpkins?!