Tri-M’s Skylight Spooktacular

Sarah Patterson

‘Tis the season! This year, Lassiter’s own Tri-M music honors society will be bringing back one of its most famous traditions: Skylight Spooktacular! On the morning of October 29th, students in various woodwind, brass, string, and vocal ensembles will perform fan-favorite Halloween tunes such as Thriller by Michael Jackson, Edvard Grieg’s Hall of the Mountain King, Grim Grinning Ghosts from Disney’s Haunted Mansion, and many, many more! Performances in skylight will start at 7:45 on Friday the 29th, and go until around 8:10. 

The Skylight Spooktacular has been a Tri-M tradition for years, along with similar performances for Christmas, Valentine’s Day, etc., but, like everything else, the challenges from COVID-19 made public performances near impossible. However, Tri-M is back and better than ever; in fact, officers are already hard at work planning their next performances, including various other skylight performances and a charity concert later in the semester. Students are also very excited for the return of skylight performances, especially upperclassmen, who remember hearing groups perform several years ago, before COVID. Regardless of your age, though, Friday will be a fun, spooky day, so make sure to stop by for a little extra Halloween spirit!