While the rest of the country celebrates our country’s independence this weekend, Seattle honors its dead – its walking dead – in the second annual Red, White & Dead event. Seattle can lay claim to the “Zombie Capital of the World” once and for all in the “Dead” Center of the Universe.
Over the past four year’s, the Zombie culture exploded onto the scene and an unleashed the horde that is now known as ZomBcon International one Fourth of July weekend.
Every year, thousands of people aim to beat the existing Guinness World Record Zombie Walk. Throw in a Thriller dance, charity beer garden , live music, undead themed activities and more and you have a 360 -degree movie experience unlike anything else.
This year, the Zombie Walk will take lace closer to ZomBcon on September 28th to coincide with the convention. For all the latest news, you can go to the official website.