In Halloween Town, it’s still Halloween, and in Christmas Town, it’s still Christmas, but in Los Angeles, it’s not both at the same time for almost three years. That will change on October 29 and 31, when the singing voice of Jack Skellington himself, Danny Elfman, returns with his The nightmare before Christmas Live-to-film concert. He brings special guests, including Billie Eilish, who was eight when the film was released in 1993, and who will sing the role of Sally.
Elfman’s Last The nightmare before Christmas live-to-film concert took place in 2018, as part of the beloved film’s 25th anniversary. He certainly comes back with a bang. âI am absolutely delighted that Billie is joining the Nightmare Team! He said in a statement. “It will be a real treat (not a trick)!”
As if that weren’t enough, Ken Page will reprise his movie role as villainous Oogie Boogie, and “Weird Al” Yankovic will play the Lock-or-treater Lock. John Mauceri will conduct Elfman’s score with a full orchestra.
The Friday October 29 show begins at 8:00 p.m. PT at Banc of California Stadium, while the Sunday Night Halloween show begins at the family-friendly time of 6:30 p.m. The stadium will host stations. sweets. and a costume competition for the public. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster.
Earlier this year, Elfman released his first solo album in nearly 40 years, Big mess, and updated “Insects” from Oingo Boingo. Trent Reznor remixed the Big mess track “True”. As for Eilish, over the summer she shared her second album Happier than ever. In September, she dropped the Disney + concert film Happier than ever: a love letter to Los Angeles, and she recently performed at Life Is Beautiful and Governors Ball.