Living dead return to Audubon Park for the annual Zombietoberfest block party

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Orlando’s ninth annual night of the living dead returns to Audubon Park with another all-ages block party for zombie lovers. The festival and night market features zombie- and Halloween-themed vendors, food trucks, a DJ, and children’s activities for little zombies. There’s also a cash bar, costume contest and face-painting, so don’t fret if you don’t think you have zombie attire. Look out for the live music and beer garden with bratwurst outside of Bikes, Beans & Bordeaux. Groan and shuffle your way through the zombie walk, or, if you’re looking for a more relaxed experience of the undead, bring blankets and lawn chairs to watch Beetlejuice on the big screen outside Redlight Redlight.

5-10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 7 | Audubon Park Garden District, Corrine Drive and East Winter Park Road | audubonparkgardens.com | free


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