Selection Reminder: Zombietoberfest invades Audubon Park Garden District!

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Saturday, Oct. 1Zombietoberfest

Ready or not, here comes the onslaught of zombie-themed events typical of Orlando’s quasi-fall season. There must be something in the water because each year around this time the meme comes out with force at Audubon Park’s Zombietoberfest. It’s a full-fledged undead takeover with Zombie King and Queen contests, a zombie dance party and Walking Dead film screenings at Stardust, an outdoor Graveyard Theater sponsored by Enzian Theater, zombie art displays provided by Mother Falcon at Bold Hype’s old space and a massive human vs. zombie game of tag. With this year’s addition of a Kid Zombie Zone (you gotta start ’em young) and an evening musical lineup of more than 15 local faves – including Jane Jane Pollock, Loud Valley, Howling Owls, Oak Hill Drifters – spanning three stages, you can expect complete zombie dispersion in the Garden District. Just don’t let your makeup run – fake blood and PBR creates a not-so-tasty combo. – Aimee Shea (6 p.m.-midnight at Audubon Park Garden District, East Winter Park Road and Corrine Drive; free; 407-590-8776; apgardens.com)

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