Dance, Party and Drink With Zombies at Anaheim GardenWalk
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The last date listed for Zombie Dance Party and Haunted House was Saturday October 5, 2013 / 9:00pm - Midnight.
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I arrived about a half hour after starting time and the DJ was "running late" so they were just playing Pandora. There were 3 other people there not working, but also not in costume. Three more people arrived after I did, thankfully in costume, and by the time I left around 11 p.m. or so, no one else had arrived. They delivered on the included drinks and snacks (good deviled egg eyeballs), and fortunately this included a ticket to see The Empty Grave haunted house which was good, but this was no party. I came alone and sat pitifully by myself checking my phone, waiting for someone else to arrive. I sure hope I won a raffle prize but I haven't heard from them. They tried to make good by giving me a VIP wristband for their upcoming Harvest Festival haunted house but I'm not sure I'm going to come all the way back down to Anaheim from LA for that. :(
Dance party is from 9:00pm to midnight, with the live DJ beginning at 10:00pm.
The costume contest begins at 11:00pm. Prizes include hotel stays at the Anaheim Marriott and the Anaheim Anabelle hotels, movie packages, fast food gift certificates, Medieval Times tickets, Fall Festival Haunted House VIP passes, a tequila package and more.
About the Ticket Supplier: Anaheim Fall FestivalThe Anaheim Fall Festival has a 76 year tradition of presenting an annual community-wide Fall Festival event. The Fall Festival recognizes the Harvest Season and brings children and families together to educate and celebrate the history and cultural diversity of the City of Anaheim and the surrounding cities.
All proceeds benefit the non-profit Anaheim Fall Festival and its mission to continue the tradition of an annual community-wide Fall Festival and Halloween Parade.