2009 Toronto Zombie Walk fiendraiser

Sunday, July 19, 2009 - 01:00 to 06:00

Only seven people attended the first Zombie Walk, held in Toronto in 2003, but the ghoulish plague has since spread across the globe. Zombie Walks are now held throughout Canada, the United States, England, Australia and Israel. Last year's sixth annual Toronto Zombie Walk drew a record-breaking crowd of over 2,000 living dead!

The Zombie Walk is now bigger than ever. Organizers have been forced to obtain permits to stage this year's walk, scheduled for October 24th.

Prepare for an evening of ear-splitting monster bands and spooktacular giveaways. All the money raised from the fiendraiser will go towards the operating costs of this year's Toronto Zombie Walk.

$7 for Zombies!
$10 for Non Zombies

Smiling Buddha Bar
961 College St. W.
43° 39' 12.3084" N, 79° 25' 38.082" W

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