Saturday, August 08, 2015

Awww, Toronto Zombie Walk 2015 Cancelled

Sad news for the undead, due to funding problems the walk has been cancelled. A wake has been planned to bring an end to the Toronto Zombie Walk on August 29, 2015.
"Deadlings, It is with great sadness that we must announce that the 2015 Toronto Zombie Walk is cancelled. We want to thank you all for making this event the special event that it has grown to be. And we are sorry to say that we have failed to secure any of our grants or sponsorships for this year, so we must bow out."
Here is a copy of the upcoming walk of memorium  "Dear Zombies,

You are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of The Toronto Zombie Walk at Trinity Bellwoods Park on the 29th day of August. Services start at 2pm.

Let us ask that this be a celebration of the afterlife and that The Toronto Zombie Walk will rest in pieces, as we remember the times that rampant hordes of flesheaters devoured the living of Toronto while the rivers of blood ran plentiful through the city streets. The carnage reaped upon the city shall never be forgotten and that is why we encourage you to bring photos, stories, and other ghoulish memories for our coffin. The burial of the coffin will be at an undisclosed location for a future unveiling.

Let us not see this as a somber occasion, but as a step in the process of resurrection, so let us celebrate and bring the FUN to our funeral. Please join us after our SCARYmony for a procession to the wake at the CNE. There zombies will be treated with thousands of carnival goers to feast upon. Let us not mourn, but enjoy the screams from the Scar-us wheel, Grave-a-tron and the bumper coffins. Enjoy the delicacies of Funnel brain, deep fried limbs, and rotten candy. We looks forward to celebrating with you.

The first 100 funeral attendees to leave a memory in our coffin will receive a free ticket for the exhibition that day. You must be dressed in undead attire to receive this deal!

Keep your eyeballs peeled as more details on exact park location are to be announced.

In loving Memory,
The Toronto Zombie Walk"

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