The Nashville Zombie Walk is returning to downtown Nashville on Sunday, October 21st at 3 P.M. (Central). The annual zombie themed parade is returning with its ongoing mission to support the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee through the use of the zombie as a metaphor for battling hunger in our community. Volunteers will be collecting non-perishable food item donations from participants for the Second Harvest. Participants will gather in Nashville’s Public Square Park at 3 P.M. to register, drop off their donations, and interact with the community before the walk begins at 4 P.M. Then from 5:30 to 9:30 P.M. walkers will be invited to an after party at Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery. The event is being sponsored by Full Moon’s Slaughter House and local radio station Lightning 100.
Participants and volunteers are asked to pre-register online prior to the event. This is to gain an accurate count on how many participants are expected as well as for security and insurance purposes.
The Nashville Zombie Walk is a FREE, family friendly Halloween themed entertainment and charity event.
The Nashville Zombie Walk is produced by Lucas Leverett and Dan Lee and is sponsored in part by Lightning 100, Full Moon Tattoo, Slaughter House, and other generous contributors.