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Here is our awesome new route for 2013!

We will gather by LP Field at 1st and Victory, walk over the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge, double back to 2nd Ave, and proceed up 2nd to the top of the hill, concluding at Union. This year we have an on-street, full-fledged, parade-style walk! Spectators are welcome along the route on the sidewalks!

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Important General Information

 

TIME/DATE:
Saturday, October 12th, 2013.
The dead gather at 1pm. Walker herd moves out at 2pm.
Come out at 1pm to visit our sponsors, get makeup done, deposit your food donations, and socialize with fellow dead!

PLEASE NOTE: This is a rain or shine event, and we will only cancel the event in the case of severe weather. Please plan accordingly.

LOCATION:
We will meet at the base of the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge on the east side of the river.

PARKING INFO:
You will need to find parking on your own, or be dropped off in the Titans parking lot near Victory. Info on downtown parking is available here. 

THE PEOPLE:
You! The Nashville Zombie Walk is an annual tradition, in which a large group of people dress up as zombies, come together as a group, and walk the streets of downtown Nashville as one, undead mob. It’s FREE and all ages are welcome.

WHAT TO DO:
Just dress-up as a zombie and act the part. No need to sign up or anything, but we’d love for you to RSVP to the Facebook event. You don’t have to be a professional actor or master make-up artist. It’s close enough to Halloween to find all the supplies you’ll need at almost any store.

WHY:
Aside from delicious human brains, we will be collecting non-perishable food items for donation to Second Harvest of Middle Tennessee. Bring as many food items as you can carry, we will take them from there (you won’t have to walk with them).

Do, please, keep the following
simple “house rules” in mind for our walk:

1) If you don’t OWN IT, please do not TOUCH IT.
Keep bloody hands under control, please.

2) Play ONLY with other participants and friends
or people who have invited your attention.

3) Respect the city, public spaces, and city personnel
who are helping us out – and please CLEAN UP any mess/litter.