This McDonald’s Flagship Restaurant Has Been Transformed Into A Halloween Spectacle

This McDonald’s Flagship Restaurant Has Been Transformed Into A Halloween Spectacle
This McDonald’s Flagship Restaurant Has Been Transformed Into A Halloween Spectacle

McDonald’s celebrates its new instant Trick. Treat. Win! game by transforming its Chicago flagship restaurant into a must-see Halloween spectacle featuring an over-the-top light show, fully adorned with Halloween-themed decorations.

McDonald’s says production of the 1,630 square foot LED light show took more than 400 hours, approximately 10,000 individual LED lights, orange and purple outdoor spot lighting and hundreds of Jack-o-Lanterns, ghosts and skeletons framed all around the west façade of the flagship restaurant.

Additionally, and in honor of past McDonald’s favorites, tombstones mark some menu items that premiered but didn’t stay on the menu, such as McPizza, the McD.L.T. and Onion Nuggets.

Trick. Treat. Win! Fright Lights!
Trick. Treat. Win! Fright Lights!

If you’re in the area, you can check out the Trick. Treat. Win! Fright Lights! show at 600 North Clark Street, starting nightly at 7 p.m. local time and running twice an hour until 10 p.m. The entire display will be available through October 31, 2018.

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