Vampires and zombies play epic Star Wars music at this Vancouver Halloween show


Held in a dark, neo-gothic church, the Vancouver Centre Halloween Concert promises an evening of spooky, harmonious delight.

On Friday, October 26th St. Andrew’s Wesley United Church will be transformed into an epic halloween playground. They’ll adorn the church with ghostly decorations, and they encourage you to don your ghoulish apparel.

The evening starts off with a showing of the silent film Habeus Corpus that features two incompetent and hilarious gravediggers. What’s more, the film will be accompanied by a live, improvised organ accompaniment as they did in the era of silent films.

Following the film, vampires, witches, zombies, and other creepy creatures will perform in a live, spooktacular orchestra. They’ll play iconic hits from the Star Wars series as well as the Phantom of the Opera. In addition, they will perform classics from Bach’s famous D minor Toccata and other classics.

They also offer Halloween themed treats for everyone following the concert.
Vancouver Centre Halloween Concert
Photo: woman playing violin / Shutterstock

Vancouver Centre Halloween Concert

When: October 26th at 7:30 pm  until 9:30 pm
Where: St. Andrew’s Wesley United Church – 1022 Nelson Street, Vancouver
Cost: By donation

Underground pay parking available off the alley on the opposite side of the church to Nelson.