Zombie Prom coming in September, bring your frilly dress and your hunger for BRAINZZZ

My friend David sent this along, it sounds pretty awesome:

Hey cool cats and cold kittens! Dance to the Beat of the Living Dead at Zombie Prom! It’s like Rock’n’ Roll High School – with zombies!

Zombie Prom is Saturday September 8th at The Rawhide in San Francisco,
from 9:30 until 2 am.

Wear Prom Gear from any era, zombie or undead make-up, or have it done at the dance. Door is $15 in prom or creature of the night, grave or other undead chic, $25 in street clothes. To make it more fun, the first drink is free.

There’ll be music, dancing, and all kinds of Live Entertainment for your consumption! Visit the special zombification booth and get a zombie makeover by horror movie special effects make-up artists.
Get a Zombie prom photo you’ll really want to remember. You could even be voted Zombie Prom Queen or King! There’ll be special zombie prom punch, finger food,
and brainzzzz.

Dance to psychobilly, phantom surf, haunted garage, dark glamour and rock n’ roll with DJs Glamtasm, Dire Delorean, the Reverend Dusty Danger and Cory Coffin Kicker spinning in two rooms for your dancing, dining, and shuffling pleasure. Mistress and Master of Ceremonies Cinema Insomnia’s Queen of Trash and Mr. Lobo will keep things hopping, moving and grooving through the night!

3 Comments so far

  1. TinMan (unregistered) on August 7th, 2007 @ 3:04 pm

    Do I get the $15 entry fee if I dress up as Ted Stevens?

  2. Joy (unregistered) on August 10th, 2007 @ 1:25 am

    The Asylum Nightclub (Sunday nights at Barcode) in Sacramento did the Zombie Prom the First Weekend of June this Year. Guess the idea caught on…

  3. Dire (unregistered) on August 11th, 2007 @ 6:55 pm

    Joy: Zombie Prom is the name of a musical play from the early 1990’s that was supposed to be like an adaptation of a 1950’s horror comic book. Zombie Prom club nights have been going on for years now all over the country.

    This year’s SF Zombie Prom is just the latest installment that continues the tradition behind the original concept, a tongue and cheek campy musical retro horror B-movie style tribute. Asylum in Sacramento has never been an innovator in anything really. They just borrowed the Zombie Prom name and tried to adapt it to fit their needs. They by *no* means invented the idea of a “Zombie Prom”

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