Zombie Crawl


Zombie Crawl

There’s been an incident. A virus escaped. A lot of people died.
The trouble is, they aren’t staying dead.

Viral outbreaks are spreading like wildfire, and early estimates have the Z-Virus reaching Philadelphia by October 19th. The Z-Virus doesn’t just bring the dead back to life. It mutates them in terrifying ways. They’re bloody, they’re pale… and they’re thirsty.
the Sinester Scab Scraping SWEATHEART to Rock your Corpses to HELL!!!

Phase 1: Zombification North Bowl - The infection will begin at 6pm with drink specials, photography by Famelust and BYO Makeup for zombification.

Phase 2: Terrorize @ Northern Liberties – The crawl will begin at 8pm sharp!

6-7:45 North Bowl – Zombification Commences.

8:00-9:00 Ortlieb’s

9:15-10:15 Druid’s Keep

10:30-11:30 Boardwalk Bar

11:45pm – 12:45am Gunner’s Run (featuring the one and only SWEATHEART)

1am – 2am North Bowl (Dr. “Brain” Juice (DJ Jugo))


For one free zombie juice (Beer) sign up on the guest list

For further information click here

Zombie Crawl
Event Category: Festivals
When: October 19, 2013
Where: North Bowl
More Info: http://www.northbowlphilly.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/northbowlphilly
Twitter: https://twitter.com/northbowlphilly


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