Saturday, October 26, 2019 - 11:00 am - 1:30 pm

Nightmare Realm haunted attraction (opening in 2020) is sponsoring Zombie Walk Kalamazoo 2019, a CHARITY EVENT supporting Bronson Children’s Hospital.

It is required for this event that you follow the instructions at the link below to REGISTER and DONATE to walk:

http://nightmarerealmkalamazoo.com

This event will give anyone and everyone the chance throw on their zombie costume and makeup, and act like a zombie in public scaring up as much attention as inhumanly possible! So put on the scars, the white/blue/green makeup, the fake blood, and the tattered clothes and bring the family (Kids are very welcome to dress as zombies too).

We will move as a zombie Horde from Arcadia Creek Festival Site, through the Kalamazoo Mall, past the Kalamazoo State Theater, and back to Bronson Park.

It is required for this event that you follow the instructions at the link below to REGISTER and DONATE to walk:

http://nightmarerealmkalamazoo.com

Please read through the event info, FAQ, and Rules to find out all the info you need for this event!

Time for the ZOMBIE HORDE to assemble!!! Let the INFESTATION spread!!

Location:

Arcadia Creek Festival Place
145 East Water Street
Kalamazoo, Michigan 49007

Contact:

Cost: Registration and Donation required
Event Website: Click to Visit
Organizer: Nightmare Realm Kalamazoo
Organization: Nightmare Realm Kalamazoo
Organizer Phone: Not Provided
Organizer Email: Not Provided

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