Zombie Walk 2010 San Antonio

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Critic's Pick Release Date: 2010-10-20
The “zombie walk” is a nationwide cultural phenomenon sprung from the desire of non-undead Americans to play at being undead, with the gory face, groaning, and tattered clothes (surrendering of your social role, day-to-day problems, and very identity) in order to live it dead. It’s the troubled U.S. version of Venice’s Masquerade or Brazil’s Carnival. In San Antonio, the undead-shuffle will shamble from HemisFair Park to the Alamo, a route that lends its own local-historical significance. Zombiewalk, HemisFair Park, 200 S Alamo, 7-9pm Sun, Oct 24, Free facebook.com/sazombiewalk

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