Cheyenne Zombie Fest II

21 Sep
Local artist Forrest King and family at Zombie Fest

Local artist Forrest King and family at Zombie Fest

What on earth?!

If you have ever wondered what a zombie apocalypse would look like or are a zombifile who can’t wait until Halloween to indulge yourself, hang on to your limbs; the Cheyenne Zombie Fest is back for a second round to celebrate all things zombie! Zombie Fest II has Cheyenne’s downtown area overrun with activities from The Historic Atlas Theatre, The Cheyenne Depot and Plaza, The Hynds Building, and The Plains Hotel on Saturday, September 29th. This is an event for all walks of life; so feel free to have the little ghouls tag along for fun and games at Zombieland for kids.

Events to raise the dead

Kicking off Friday evening and repeating on Saturday evening, there will be a showing of Troll 2 with the film’s star, George Hardy, at The Historic Atlas Theatre. Saturday from 10am until midnight there will be an array of events and activities including:

  • Brain eating contest
  • Comics and video games hosted by Heroes Only Comics
  • Zombieland for kids
  • Live music and food vendors
  • Zombie face painting
  • Indy horror film fest
  • Scavenger hunt
  • Zombie walk
  • Zombie fashion show
  • Zombie prom
  • Prizes

Craving more details?

If at any time during the day of the event you need more details visit the information booth in The Plaza. Registrations and the box office will be held in The Atlas lobby. There will be two zombie walks beginning at noon and following at 12:30pm. The walks are free of course, but if you are feeling generous a $25 pledge will land you a Zombie Fest t-shirt and bracelet and a can of Monster. You can register and pledge online at As for fun for the kiddies, Zombieland for kids will be held at The Historic Hynds Building. Tickets are 10 for $5. Dance the night to and end at the zombie prom, from 9pm until midnight at The Plains Hotel Ballroom. Tickets are $5 in advance or $8 at the door. Zombie attire is required and zombification is available on site for $10. For event tickets contact The Cheyenne Little Theatre at 307-638-6543.

For more information, a listing of activity and event locations, and a schedule of the events visit The Cheyenne Depot Museum’s website or Cheyenne’s Little Theatre website.


One Response to “Cheyenne Zombie Fest II”


  1. Volunteers entertain community | LCCC Life on Campus - September 18, 2013

    […] Players keep the city entertained with other events throughout the year. The next one, the annual ZombieFest, is coming up this weekend. They also do a Halloween showing of the classic Rocky Horror Picture […]

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