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    The big day has arrived, zombies!!

    If you haven’t already, check out our FAQ page at for your last-minute zombie inquiries! Map and directions are at! And our updated band lineup can be found at!



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    FingerprintsRemember – tickets to this year’s Zombie Walk Festival are on sale at Fingerprints Records!   Save on online service fee by picking up your tickets at Fingerprints at 420 E. 4th Street, Long Beach CA 90802.

    Tickets are also still available online at!


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    sad zombieWe are bummed-out zombies to report that PSYCHO CHARGER will not be able to play this weekend’s event. They received some pretty alarming news this week, so our zombie hearts go out to them – please send this fantastic band some positive vibes.

    We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We are working on filling their slot with a band awesome enough to fill their fine shoes – keep posted! And please feel free to e-mail us at with any questions or concerns.

    See you Saturday!!


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    Night of the Living Dead + Dawn of the DeadThis year, the Long Beach Zombie Walk Festival continues its tradition of screening a classic zombie film as part of the festivites – with its very first double-feature!

    As our bands continue to rock The Promenade and Pine Avenue, film-loving zombies can settle in on Promenade Square Park for two of the first and greatest zombie films of all time, directed by the legendary George A. Romero!  Prepare for a double-dose of fiendish flicks as we present NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD and the rarely-screened DAWN OF THE DEAD!


    The one that started it all, George A. Romero’s 1968  NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD is still one of the scariest films of all time, and has emerged as a Halloween cinema staple.  Starring Duane Jones, Judith O’Dea, and Karl Hardman, Night of the Living Dead famously offers no warnings or explanations for the rise of the undead – moments into the film the dead are up, they’re everywhere, and they’re hungry.  Famous as much for its groundbreaking and shocking scenes of violence as it is for its sage and nuanced social commentary, Night of the Living Dead has garnered decades of critical acclaim, and has been selected by the Library of Congress for preservation in the National Film Registry as a film deemed culturally, historically and aesthetically significant.

    “They’re coming to get you, Barbara…” 

    DAWN OF THE DEAD – 8:40pm

    Ten years after the chilling original, George A. Romero returned to the land of the Living Dead with what is widely considered the best of the series – 1978′s DAWN OF THE DEAD.  Picking up after the zombie epidemic has laid waste to the United States, the film finds four survivors taking refuge in an abandoned shopping mall.  Taking the time to go on a shopping spree of their own, they arm themselves, lock down the mall, and destroy the zombies inside so they can stay along as long as possible, hoping for answers or a rescue before it’s too late. Tensions begin to build, and the terror becomes more palpable as the survivors find a new enemy to content with – a large gang of bikers set on looting the mall. It’s not long before all the chaos makes enough noise to catch the attention of a zombie horde, and the stage is set for a violent and explosive showdown between the living and the undead…


    NOSFERATU Live Score Cemetery Screening – 10/10/13

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    Thursday, October 10, 2013  -  8:00pm  -TICKETS-
    Sunnyside Cemetery – 1095 E. Willow St., Long Beach CA 90806 (map & directions)

    Long Beach Zombie Walk Festival and Long Beach Cinematheque are once again proud to partner with the talented musicians of the Balboa Amusement Company Orchestra to breathe new sonic life into another silent classic, and at an exciting new location – Long Beach’s legendary Sunnyside Cemetery!  Join us Thursday, October 10 for an unforgettable evening of silent cinema and live music, as we present F.W. Murnau’s terrifying 1922 German vampire classic, Nosferatu.

    Assembled by Long Beach’s own prolific singer-songwriters Ellen Warkentine and Alyssandra Nighswonger, the Balboa Amusement Company Orchestra is a band of local musicians who recently formed to write and perform a live score for a Long Beach Cinematheque screening of The Artist, and who are already hard at work writing and rehearsing their follow-up live score for this special event, the first of its kind at Sunnyside!  Read More

    2013 Tickets on Sale! Get them now!

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    On Saturday, October 26, 2013 the undead return to Long Beach!

    Join hordes of rotting revelers for the 6th annual zombie outbreak – taking over three blocks of Downtown Long Beach! We’re closing off The Pine and The Promenade to bring you an apocalyptic festival of live music, an outdoor screening of a classic zombie movie, horror and cult cinema vendors, zombie authors, games, exhibitors, contests, and more! Keep posted – we’re lining up some new ghoulish attractions and creepy surprises for this year’s event!

    Get your tickets early!  Buy yours here!