As a recreational hub, the French Broad River has come back from the dead — and legions of zombies are eager to prove it. Conceived as a creative celebration of the river’s continuing revival, organizers of the first-ever “Tube-ocalypse” are aiming to break the world record for most tubers floating together. And they’re hoping to do it in style, encouraging participants to dress as the undead.
A group of locals are mounting an effort to beat Portland for the world record of linked up tubers – and they’re hoping to do it in style: dressed as zombies. The event is set for Sept. 20 on the French Broad River, according to a new Facebook event page seeking participants. The “Tube-ocalypse: Zombie […]
There’s something for most everyone this time: classic 60s’ style baroque pop; gritty, heartfelt soul, surf rock and … well, we’re not sure what the other one is. But without a doubt it will be fascinating. (Picture: The Zombies.)
Valentine Masquerade fuses zombies, art, and lusty ladies.
Pre-Halloween events, ideas, and one festival (nope, not Moogfest) in the works. Plan early: You don’t want to be the person in the sheet-with-two-eye-holes ghost costume this year.
This Friday, June 18, George A. Romero’s Survival of the Dead—the maestro’s sixth zombie movie—opens at Carolina Cinemas in Asheville. The folks of the Asheville Zombie Walk will be on hand in full zombie attire, and they are inviting other zombies to join them.
The annual Asheville Ashtober Zombie Walk has been postponed until next year, due to a new round of city regulations and fees made necessary by the event’s massive success last year. But never fear (unless you have tasty brains in your head), because other zombie events are still in the works…
Like a scene out of a Romero scare-fest, the undead emerged from the darkness. They jolted through downtown streets. They screamed for brains. And then a rogue element of Asheville’s zombie horde descended upon the Asheville Civic Center and staged a political protest the likes of which the city has never seen.