A New Halloween Drive-Thru Event Is Coming To The GTA




Things are about to get spooky in a safe and friendly way this Halloween! The creators of the popular Kidapalooza Festivals have just announced a new drive-thru Halloween experience coming to the Greater Toronto Area this October.

Halloween Nights of Lights is an immersive experience like no other, featuring over 700,000 LED lights, all animated and synchronized to your favourite Halloween tunes. It's the must-see drive-through event of the Fall season, for guests of all ages. Cars will follow a 2.25 km drive to view festive Halloween-themed animated displays from your vehicle. This lights to music show is the first of its kind in Canada!

This drive-thru light show is synchronized to spooktacular music that will play through your car radio. Friendly ghosts, bouncing skeletons, jack-o'-lanterns, bats and more, are just a few of the many light displays you'll experience as you make your way through this family-friendly attraction. So turn up the volume and roll down the windows because this dazzling light display only happens once a year. 

The event runs Thursday through Sunday nights from October 1 to November 1, 2020. Tickets are available online only, and pricing is per vehicle.

Halloween Nights of Lights takes place at Improve Canada, 7250 Keele St., in Vaughan ― located minutes north of Toronto near highways 400 and 407, and just north of Steeles Avenue.

Part of the proceeds go to support Epilepsy Toronto.

More info at www.nightsoflights.ca.

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