A Live Halloween Concert Lit By Thousands Of Candles Is Coming To An Old Toronto Church

You could hear classics like "Hedwig's Theme" and "Thriller".

A Candlelit Halloween Concert Is Happening In An Old Toronto Church This Fall
Associate Editor

Flickering candles, haunting tunes, and an old church are enough to get anyone in the Halloween spirit, and you can find all three at this spooky concert coming to Toronto.

Candlelight Halloween: A Haunted Evening of Classical Compositions is happening in the Metropolitan Community Church from late October to early November this year.

Presented by Fever, this is the first Halloween candlelight concert that the group has hosted in Canada. The church will be illuminated by thousands of glowing candles and a live string quartet will play haunting classics.

The 60-minute event plans to include favourites like "Thriller," "This Is Halloween," "Stranger Things (Theme)," and "Hedwig's Theme".

Tickets are available online, and a minimum purchase of two is required. Get in the spooky spirit by enjoying a candlelit concert in a historic Toronto church.

Candlelight Halloween

Price: $30 + per person

When: October 23 to early November 2021

Address: 115 Simpson Ave., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Listen to Halloween classics in a historic church bathed in the glow of thousands of candles.


This article's cover image was used for illustrative purposes only.

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Madeline Forsyth
Associate Editor
Madeline Forsyth is an Associate Travel Editor for Narcity Media focused on Canadian and global travel and is based in Toronto, Ontario.