Zombie Walk Cape Town 2017
Zombie Walk Cape Town 2017!
Each year we host the Cape Town Zombie Walk / Fest and take over the streets of Cape Town. Cape Town Zombie Fest is an all ages event making it fun for the entire family and is the only pet friendly event of its kind. We help raise funds for local charities like the Lucky Lucy Foundation for abused and neglected animals and will continue to do so.
The Walk in town if FREE and starts at 6pm
Doors Open 7pm for the Afterparty.
More Details To Be Added. Keep Checking the event page and the website for more details: http://zombiewalksouthafrica.co.za/
SOME BASIC RULES:
• Obey the marshals, security staff, medical staff and traffic officers at ALL times
• Mock weapons are welcome, however all blades MUST be fake and all firearms must have an ORANGE TIP.
• Consumption of alcohol during the walk is prohibited
• Have fun!
AFTER PARTY DETAILS:
Zombie Walk Cape Town welomes you to join us for Cape Town's Biggest Halloween party...
Expect a party like no other, with Cape Town's production heavyweights TechX bringing nothing but the best! Crazy lighting and visuals, LED Screen panels, moving heads, strobes, lazers and the BIGGEST bass in town.
Not forgetting one of the most vital parts of any production. We are bringing you a diverse line up of Cape Town's hottest djs across 3 banging dancefloors. We hope you are ready for one debaucherously crazy night!!!!
?Date: Saturday 28th October 2017.
?Photography by: AidanTobias.com.
?Production: TechX - Sound & Lighting Rental Company.
?Time: 6pm - 4am.
?Venue: Madison Avenue Cape Town.
?Tickets - Late bird R80 - availble online.
?Door Cover Charge: R100 / Vip R250.
♥ ??? LINE UP ???♥
? - Kilopascal DJ
? - Factory Djs
? - LMC
? - Jay Nunez
? - Gavin Stander
? - IKon
? - CASTO
? - Incognito Music
? - Gary Night
? - Static Møtion
? - Divergent.
? - Profound
? - Pacca-B
? - Viktoria
No U18s - ID Checked at the door.
Dress Code: Zombie / Halloween dress up
Right of admission reserved
Not for sale to persons under 18 | Drink responsibly
The Lucky Lucy Foundation is a Non-Profit, Pro-life, Pro-Quality of Life organization that tries to relieve the plight of severely neglected and abused township and street animals. We are also dedicated to the social upliftment and education of impoverished children and adults in and around Cape Town, and have been since inception in 2010.
It was established on Jan 28, 2010, after our founding members discovered a pregnant dog, tied to a railway line with wire. As a result of this inhumane cruelty, Lucy (as she quickly became known) lost her front leg as a result of several trains passing over her. Lucky was added because the trauma did not cause her death.
Lucky Lucy is an ambassador for the voiceless. We oppose any form of cruelty to animals, whether it is the physical abuse of a dog or inhumane methods of slaughter for human consumption. The Lucky Lucy Foundation is not just a small charity trying to save the world, but a stepping stone of hope for neglected and abused animals, a reducer of over-population and a beacon of light for destitute adults and children.
Once at Wale Street, participants will cross over into St Georges Mall at the pedestrian crossing the marshals will be there to help.
Once participants cross over into St Georges Mall, they will continue to head East crossing over Church, Longmarket, Shortmarket, Hout and Castle Streets. Participants will then reach Strand Street. Once again, participants will be forced to follow the rules of the road and only cross when the traffic lights indicate it’s safe to do so. There will be 3 marshals at this crossing also with high-vis vests and red flags.
Participants will then cross Riebeek Street, once again with 3 marshals posted there and enter Thibault Square. They will then pass under the Standard Bank Building and cross over Long Street and then over Loop Street into Machau Street. There will be at least 3 marshals posted at each crossing and marshals littered throughout the crowd to make sure everyone obeys the rules of the road.