The Long Beach Zombie Walk shuffles back again on October 27th and this year, the world-famous Thrill the World L.A. (www.thrilltheworldlosangeles.com) group will again perform a choreographed “Thriller” mass dance! Join thousands of dancing zombies as Thrill the World honors Michael Jackson—and celebrates the 30th anniversary of the landmark album’s release—with a street dance for the ages! The time/location for Thriller Dance is 7pm. Choreographers will be on BOTH stages, and song will play on both stages for the crowd to dance along to! The event's new location is Marina Green Park.
Stay tuned for up-to-the-minute event details and more at: http://zombiewalklb.com and Facebook for up-to-date event details!
About the Zombie Walk Long Beach Street Fest & Zombie Walk
The 5th Annual event, presented by the Long Beach Cinematheque (lbcinema.org) and Mondo Celluloid (MondoCelluloid.com, continues its legacy on Saturday, October 27th in an all-new location: Marina Green, Shoreline Village and Rainbow Harbor in downtown Long Beach! This community event invites the “undead” of all ages to participate in a day and night of ghoulish fun.
Last year’s record-smashing event on October 29th featured over 12,000 walking dead, a bank of professional make up artists prepping the undead, local merchants selling their varied wares and hosting live bands & other happenings, culminating in a live performance by Johnny Vatos’ Tribute to Halloween featuring members of Oingo Boingo! Zombie Walk Long Beach was featured in Los Angeles Magazine’s “The Guide”, and selected by AAA’s Westways magazine (October 2011) as #4 in the feature, “Five Southern California Events Worth Driving To, And More”!
This year’s festivities are shaping up to be monstrous and more will be revealed in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for all the details past & present on the web (lhttp://zombiewalklb.com/) and on Facebook (www.facebook.com/ZombieWalkLB )!
About The Long Beach Cinematheque:
Long Beach Cinematheque is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering a film scene in Long Beach by programming eclectic cinematic, arts, and multimedia events throughout the year, and at various locations throughout the city. Part of Long Beach Cinematheque’s mission is to employ the medium of cinema to raise awareness of organizations and causes throughout the city promoting the arts and dealing with health and social issues; past collaborators include the Team Spirit Breast and Ovarian Cancer 10K and the Museum of Latin American Art. lbcinema.org/