Get excited, Tim Burton fans. A spooky Nightmare Before Christmas live concert is coming to Toronto just in time for Halloween.
You’ll get to watch Tim Burton’s cult classic comes to life like never before this October.
The film will be projected in front of you as the Toronto Symphony Orchestra performs the “delightfully quirky” score by composer Danny Elfman.
This 1993 stop-motion dark comedy tells the story of Jack Skellington, the pumpkin king of Halloween town, who stumbles upon Christmas town and plans to take over Christmas by kidnapping Santa Claus.
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For fans of classic animation and everything Tim Burton, this film is a must-watch when Halloween and Christmas roll around.
And with live music provided by the finest symphony orchestra in the city, it’s safe to say that you’ll have goosebumps the whole way through!
Also coming soon is the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 live concert this December.
You’ll get to watch the action unfold before you with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra playing along to every note of the incredible score.
And if nothing else, you simply can’t miss this magical orchestra-accompanied screening of Tim Burton’s famous film!
When: October 28th & 29th, 2022
Where: Roy Thomson Hall