As the end of October nears with each day that passes, there’s a chill in Inland Empire’s air that’s both magical and eerie. Halloween is the spookiest time of the year, and Candlelight is presenting this series of super spooky concerts to ring in the frightening festivities. Thousands of candles will twinkle as you hear spellbinding live performances of the iconic songs that have become synonymous with the scary season.
A string quartet will be recreating the spine-tingling scenes from your favorite horror movies as they perform the hair-raising scores from Psycho, Halloween and more. Taking place inside First Congregational United Church of Christ, this unforgettable evening will pay homage to iconic horror movies as well as songs such “Thriller”, “Funeral March of a Marionette” and more.
Halloween just got a whole lot spookier thanks to this series of utterly bewitching Candlelight concerts. This October, Candlelight will be putting audiences under a magical musical spell with the help of thousands of candles and a gifted string quartet.
As you take your seat inside First Congregational United Church of Christ, prepare to be charmed into a musical trance as you hear classical renditions of songs such as “Danse Macabre” as well as takes on film scores from the likes of Beetlejuice, The Addams Family and Ghostbusters.
Candlelight is giving you the chance to celebrate the spooky season with this magnificent Halloween-themed event coming to Inland Empire this October. Tickets are selling frighteningly fast, and you don’t want to miss out on the magic.
There’ll be two back-to-back performances on the night, with the first concert starting at 6:30pm and the later one at 9pm. Each concert takes place over the course of 65 mesmerizing minutes and doors open 45 minutes prior to the concert start time.