Category: Media & Culture / November 1, 2013 10:53 AM EDT
From trick or treaters, creative costumes, decked out houses and Halloween cheer it was hard to miss the spooky day around the streets of NYC yesterday. So it seemed only fitting that one of New York’s most iconic buildings, the Empire State get involved in the festivities.
Glowing in the night sky was the first ever Halloween light show at The Empire State Building. The light display was choreographed by lighting designer Mark Brickman. The program went for nine minutes and included five songs.
Video Courtesy Of Reuters