See this Michael Myers band perform in the actual ‘Halloween’ town
If you've aimlessly scrolled through TikTok recently, you have probably come across quite a lot of Halloween content. Since the spooky season is among us, content creators and eagle-eyed individuals with phones have been rolling out the red carpet for Halloween 2020.
Earlier this month, the Jazz Cartel in South Pasadena, California decided to kick off Halloween early and treat fans of the Halloween franchise to a special performance. Together, they formed a Michael Myers band and performed the chilling theme from the horror films right next to the actual Halloween house. Of course, the whole performance was documented on TikTok.
Unfortunately, 2020 threw some unexpected curveballs at the Halloween franchise. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, both Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends have been severely delayed. Now, Halloween Kills arrives on October 15, 2021 and Halloween Ends is slated for a 2022 release.
Despite these setbacks, however, Halloween fans are clearly determined to enjoy this year's spooky season. The Jazz Cartel recently formed the "3 Michaels Band" and performed the Halloween theme in South Pasadena.
The band set up shop right behind the actual Halloween house. They performed the theme for everyone who traveled to see the infamous property from the films. One member even dressed up as Michael Myers for the occasion.
Of course, Halloween fans had to share the band's performance on TikTok.
@patrickadougallIt’s Michael, Michael, & Michael! ? ##Halloween ##horrormovies ##michaelmyers ##halloweenvibes ##fyp♬ HALLOWEEN - PatrickaDougall @thejazzcartelJust in time for Halloween... ? ##halloween ##michaelmyers ##horror ##film ##music♬ original sound - thejazzcartel
The Michael Myers band performed outside of the SugarMynt Gallery which is located directly behind the Halloween house. The gallery is hosting various festive events and exhibits this year. As well, the gallery even has artwork, props and more from Halloween, The Shining and Hocus Pocus.
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