Long Beach zombies
On Thursday, October 2, The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor unleashed a spectacle of new haunted spirits, mazes and attractions that landed the annual festival on the Travel Channel’s list of the top ten haunts in the world. Nightly Dark Harbor attracts thousands of brave thrill seekers and continues to experience record-breaking attendance growth annually making it the fastest growing haunt in Southern California.
Who are undead, gorgeous, and roll on eight wheels? The Long Beach Derby Gals, that’s who! Long Beach’s own all-female roller derby league is throwing a Zombie Prom, including a pop-up roller rink. Zombies and skaters alike are encouraged to bring their own skates, and rentals will also be available.
Lots of new updates to report for the upcoming Long Beach Zombie Walk Street and Music Fest slated for Saturday, October 29th and presented by the Long Beach Cinematheque (lbcinema.org) and its midnight cinema program counterpart, Mondo Celluloid!
It’s been fun celebrating with our neighbors this summer on 4th Street and surrounds—from the 4th Street In Motion Bike Fest in May, to PARK(ing) Day this past September! We’ve a few more things up our proverbial sleeves for October: 4th Street Zombie Walk Presented by MondoCelluloid & 4th Street “Dia de Los Muertos“ Celebration!
For the 15th year in a row, the Queen Mary has converted itself into the ultimate Halloween haunt dubbed Shipwreck. Billed as 15 nights of terror that runs through November 1, the historical ocean liner and its surroundings have been transformed into a frightful and fun exhibit for the entire family.
Chewsy Dog, a bowtique pet shop in Long Beach selling accessories and necessities for dogs and cats, is hosting an inaugural Howl-o-ween Canine Costume Party on Saturday, October 24 at noon.
Join Chewsy Dog for their puptacular Hounded Howloween Costume Pawty.
Attention horror fans, cult cinema junkies, and zombies everywhere: come join MondoCelluloid, Alive Theatre and The Art Theatre of Long Beach on Saturday, May 30th as they celebrate the First Annual ‘Zombie Walk’ with a special screening of the cult classic, “Shaun of the Dead”.