Experience the Live Music of Movie Soundtracks in Toronto!

Dive into the magical musical experience in Toronto at the Candlelight: Songs from Magical Movie Soundtracks concert, being hosted at the Metropolitan Community Church in Toronto, on various dates including the 2nd of December, from 6.30 pm and 8.45 pm.

Spend a great time with your friends and family at this one-hour musical concert.

This exclusive concert is going houseful at various jaw-dropping locations across the city.

It is a never-before experience that must not be missed and make sure to book your tickets in advance at Fever and treat yourself to the best zones and seats. 

About the Candlelight Concert Featuring Magical Movie Soundtracks 

The Candlelight music concert brings you a live, multi-sensory musical experience and the music becomes even better under the gentle glow of candlelight, along with the beautiful ambiance of the Metropolitan Community Church.

This venue is a beautiful bright location that hosts a wide range of events from time to time. The Metropolitan Community Church is a top-rated human rights center too. The venue is divided into four different zones with a center stage.

Experience the Live Music of Movie Soundtracks in Toronto!
Source: Fever

The program list includes song numbers like “When You Wish Upon a Star” by Pinocchio, “The Circle of Life” from The Lion King,  “ You’ve Got a Friend in Me” from Toy Story, “Remember Me” from Coco, “The Bare” from The Jungle Book, Frozen’s “Let It Go” and many more famous songs from Disney movies.

Listeso String Quartet is one of the famous top performers here, presenting you with an awe-inspiring concert.

Additional Information

 The Candlelight concert is a family-friendly concert and you can bring your kids along with you, only if they are 8 years and above. Also, do accompany them if they are below 16 years of age.

Metropolitan Community Church is one of the beautiful locations in Toronto hosting the concert and this venue is AODA-friendly; so accessibility is not an issue at this venue.

The duration of the show is 60 minutes, gates open for the audience 45 minutes prior to the beginning of the show.

Late entry is strictly prohibited at this concert to avoid any sort of external disturbance, and the seats are allocated on a first come first serve basis.

Tickets

Since this Candlelight music concert is going houseful, it would be better to book tickets in advance from the Fever website.  Regarding the dates and timings, you can directly choose it from the ticket selector.

If you are looking to book a private concert it should be a minimum of 15+ people and for the complete information regarding a private concert, check here.

You also get to treat your friends and families with a Candlelight gift card and to buy the gift card, please click here

Candlelight: Songs From Magical Movie Soundtracks by Fever

Time to Get Lost in Music at Candlelight’s Songs from Magical Movie Soundtracks Concert

  • What: Candlelight: Songs from Magical Movie Soundtracks Concert
  •  When:  Various Dates available including the 2nd of December.
  • Timings: Various time slots are available (6.30 pm and 8.45 pm).
  • Where:  Metropolitan Community Church at Toronto’s 115 Simpson Avenue, Ontario.
  • Tickets: Head to Fever and book your tickets right now.
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