Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Zombie Walk rises

Posted By on Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 10:05 AM

Zombies are about to invade Charlotte. Check out this message from the Charlotte Roller Girls:

Second Annual Charlotte Zombie Walk to take place October 5th

Zombie and Halloween enthusiasts throughout Charlotte to overtake the city!

Charlotte, North Carolina (ZOMBIES!) September 22, 2008: The second annual Charlotte Zombie Walk will take place Sunday, October 5th beginning at 7:00 PM.

Charlotte Zombie Walk is open to the public and participants are encouraged to don their zombie best for the event. The first annual Charlotte Zombie Walk boasted over 80 participants and served to promote Halloween related activities in metropolitan Charlotte.

The event will begin at Alley Cat in Uptown at 7:00 PM and the walk will end at the same location at 8:00 PM. Blood donations will be accepted outside Alley Cat from 2:30 to 7:00. The first annual Zombie Ball will follow the walk at 8:00. All ages are welcome to participate in the walk.

"Last year's event was a lot of fun and we are looking for a bigger turn out this year" says Badger, the event organizer, "It's good to have something for everyone that puts a bit of Halloween spirit into the city."

About Charlotte Zombie Walk:

Charlotte Zombie Walk is a free community event that was first held in 2007.

About Alley Cat:

Alley Cat is one of Charlotte's finest live music venues offering a full service bar and featuring Penguin Grill. Alley Cat is located at 314 N. College St.

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