From iconic music logos (Drake, the Tragically Hip), to expertly rendered actor portraits (Schitt's Creek, Letterkenny) and even some inside references for the true heads (Said the Whale, Mac DeMarco), these pumpkins are a reminder of just how devoted Canadian music and fans are to their favourite artists.
So even if you spend this Halloween at home instead of trick-or-treating — maybe with a toddler dressed up in a Canadian costume — these pumpkins will get you into the spooky mood all the same.
Godspeed You! Black Emperor:
The Tragically Hip:
You guys are really bringing your eh-Game with these carvings! Some of our favourite pumpkins so far, which one do you think should win?— The Tragically Hip (@thehipofficial) October 26, 2020
There's still time to enter, winner will be announced Friday! Make sure to post your pictures on Instagram with the hashtag #thehippumkinpatch pic.twitter.com/WkUCv0J02m
Said the Whale:
Happy Halloween folks.— Paul Connop (@PaulConnop) October 31, 2018
Took all of Crisis, Dogs Blood and Guide Me Back Home to carve. ✌🏻🖤💀🔪🎃 🔊#theonlybandever #alexisonfire@wademacneil @ratbeard @vortexmoneymaker @cityandcolour_official @aof_official @dinealonerecords @dallasgreenofficial @stillrecords pic.twitter.com/abxSdfTJZ2
Trailer Park Boys:
Makeout Videotape (Mac Demarco):