The Candlelight concert series is getting a Halloween makeover!
You’ve probably heard of the magical Candlelight series, and you’re going to want to check out their newest event, especially if you’re a fan of all things spooky. A spectacular evening that gives classic tunes a brand new light, quite literally! Enjoy listening to a talented string quartet or a gifted pianist, performing a mix of classical and modern spooky pieces, bathed in enchanting candlelight!
A performance of some haunted classical music like you’ve never seen before. Fever’s Candlelight is an intimate performance set in historical buildings, and stunning open-air spaces. The venues are almost as stunning as the pieces you’ll hear!
Their Haunted Evening of Classical Compositions is available both indoors and outdoors. From Stranger Things to Hitchcock’s Psycho, Jim Henson to Ghostbusters. These concerts will make this year’s Halloween, one to remember!
There’s also a Halloween Piano Special featuring Ravel, where by the dim glimmer of candlelight, your eyes will be tricked and treated to a spectacular evening. Classical pieces will transform the beautiful venue into one that feels sincerely eerie.
The piano special will be located at The West Venue, a gorgeous and quaint location with an atmosphere guaranteed to heighten the mood. The Haunted Evening of Classical Compositions will also be located at The West Venue, as well as the Trolley Barn for their mystical open-air concert.
So what are you waiting for, Atlanta? Get in the spirit for Halloween with these unforgettable candlelight concerts. Candlelight is an experience unlike any other, and you won’t want to miss out!
Check out all the Candlelight series on offer here, or get your tickets for all their ooky-spooky Halloween specials below!
The Halloween specials will be held on several dates throughout October, with two sittings at 7:00pm and 9:30pm. Tickets are $50 per person. Attendees must be 10 years old or older. Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Safety regulations will be in place, which you can read here.