St. George’s amazing landscape and scenic backdrop make it a unique place to celebrate Halloween. Not only does the natural beauty of the area create a picturesque fall, the arts and culture scene of the city provides a wealth of different activities to choose from. In this town, Halloween isn’t limited to trick or treating and is celebrated as a wholesome and festive occasion. If you’re looking for things to do this Halloween in St. George, check out theses two events.
Opus Pocus Halloween Spooktacular
If you like music filled events, you won’t want to miss the Southwest Symphony’s Opus Pocus Halloween Spooktacular. Guest conductor Lucas Darger will lead the symphony as they play a number of songs that celebrate the season. The setting of the auditorium is the perfect place to hear Halloween themed music as well as favorite autumnal tunes. Whether you attend as a family, couple, or solo, everyone will enjoy this wonderful show. For families, it’s an especially affordable outing: if your children come to the concert in a costume, they’ll be admitted for free. The cost of tickets for all other guests is $17 each. This Halloween concert takes place on October 27, 2016 at the Cox Performing Arts Center. The show starts at 7:30 pm and guests of all ages are invited to come out and enjoy the music.
Addams Family the Musical
One of the theatrical events taking place on Halloween day is the performance of the Broadway adaptation of the Addams Family. The Stage Door performing arts center’s team will put on this hilarious show that’s a little bit eerie and a whole lot of fun. If you’ve never seen the Addams Family television show or movies, you’re in for a real treat. If you’re familiar with the story, you’ll have a blast seeing the characters in a whole new way on stage. The performance will take place October 31, 2016 at 7:30 pm at 68 E. Tabernacle in St. George. Tickets cost $18 for kids and seniors and $20 for adults.