Hop in your car and boogie your way over to this spooktacular Halloween event. A brand new experience is happening in the city this fall, and you can visit a world of shining tunnels and illuminated monsters. Toronto's Halloween Nights Of Lights lets you visit a glowing Halloween land without leaving your car. 

Halloween is just around the corner, and the candy isn't the only thing to get excited for.

A new event is coming to Vaughan, and it's the first of its kind in Canada.

Halloween Nights Of Lights is an immersive, drive-thru experience taking place from October 1 to November 1, 2020.

The drive-thru attraction boasts over 700,000 LED lights that are synchronized to some of your favourite spooky tunes. 

The 2.25-kilometre trail will take you through three glowing light tunnels and past giant illuminated displays.

You'll see a 10-foot tall spider web, flying bats and witches, a massive haunted house, huge spiders, and more.

The entire event takes about 30 minutes to complete, and you can tune into the Halloween music on your radio.

โ€œThese are exceptional times, where we need to get creative with how we celebrate our favourite holidays," Event Organizer Olivera Pavlovic said in a press release.

Tickets range from $25 to $65 per car depending on how many passengers there are.

You must purchase a ticket online in advance before going to the event.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Epilepsy Toronto.

You can enjoy more Halloween drive-thru fun at Pumpkins After Dark, which takes you down a 2.5-kilometre trail filled with over 150 pumpkin sculptures. 

Get ready to do the Monster Mash all the way along this new drive-thru light show next month.

Halloween Nights Of Lights

Price: $25 - $65

When: October 1 - November 1, 2020

Address: 7250 Keele St., Vaughan, ON

Why You Need To Go: Explore a 2.25 km trail of spooky light installations set to your favourite Halloween tunes at this drive-thru event.

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