This Halloween, spend a hauntingly beautiful evening enjoying all your favorite Halloween classics at this spooky concert series by Candlelight.
Fever’s wildly popular Candlelight concert series is back just in time for the spooky season. This October, let the ominous yet melodic sounds of the violin possess you as you enjoy your favorite Halloween classics surrounded by flickering candles.
The Listeso String Quartet will give you goosebumps and send shivers down your spine with their chilling renditions of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” Danny Elfman’s classic, “This is Halloween” from The Nightmare Before Christmas and the Beetlejuice theme, Chopin’ “Marche Funèbre” and plenty more spooky songs.
The chosen venue for the occasion is Jungle Island which will be receiving an eerie makeover so that you can enjoy a spooky yet magical, candle-lit evening. The concert will be held under the moonlight with only the dim glow of candles to light the way, so beware of the evils that may be lurking in the dark!
And if you rather enjoy these indoors in a rather more historic setting, these spooky concerts are also being held at Coral Gables Congregational Church!
Want to celebrate Dia de los Muertos too? The Listeso String Quartet will be playing at Palapa in Upper Buena Vista on November 1 for one night only in celebration of this traditional Mexican spooky holiday!
Classical music lovers will also enjoy Candlelight’s Halloween Piano special , in which solo-pianist and Bösendorfer Artist, Serene will take on a musical journey through the ages from Gershwin to Liszt while you sit back and take in the stunning atmosphere of Coral Gables Congregational Church.
Starting in October, there will be two shows each evening, at 6:30 and 9:15 p.m., with time beforehand to enjoy a few sips and bites.
Don’t miss out on what’s sure to be one of Miami’s most popular events this Halloween season. Book your tickets here!
All shows will follow the government guidelines for safety measures and the events will always operate at safe capacities set out by law.