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Empire State Building to Show Halloween Music and LED Light Show
New York, NY - Oct 17, 2013 Empire State Realty Trust with its partner Clear Channel Media and Entertainment will give New York City a special Halloween Trick and Treat. The Empire State Building (ESB) will synchronize its LED tower lights to Halloween-themed music broadcast on Clear Channel's radio stations Z100 and 103.5 KTU at 8:30 p.m. EST, on Oct. 31, 2013. The skyline spectacular will be choreographed by lighting designer Marc Brickman to a Halloween-inspired soundtrack transmitted from atop the ESB. The light and music show will also be featured during the 40th anniversary of New York's Greenwich Village Halloween Parade.
"Empire State Building and Clear Channel's first-ever Halloween light show comes on the heels of our premier light show to two songs by Alicia Keys and our performance in the Macy's July 4th fireworks display finale. For this show, we have a new surprise several months in the making which will bring even more excitement to New York City's skyline," said Anthony E. Malkin, chairman, president and CEO of ESRT.
Following the live performance, a video of the entire light show will be posted to the Empire State Building's YouTube page.
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