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A Huge Halloween Drive-Thru Light Show Is Happening Near Toronto This Fall

Explore 2.25 km of illuminated installations!
Toronto's Halloween Nights Of Lights Will Take You Through A Spooky Glowing World

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.

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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.

“These 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.

Halloween Nights Of Lights | Handout

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 | Handout

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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