Get Your Limited Edition Fast Pass and Official Zombicon T-shirt at Participating Halloween Mega Stores
Get your advance all access fast pass to the long anticipated ZombiCon 9 – Fallout:1985, being held in downtown Fort Myers on October 17, 2015 from 4 pm to midnight. Advance fast passes will be available starting this Friday, October 2, 2015 for $10 each or $20 which includes the official ZombiCon 9 T-shirt. This provides entrance to ZombiCon and into the themed feature area called “The Fallout Zone”. With your advance fast pass purchase, you get immediate access and no waiting in line through a specific fast pass entrance.
Fast passes may be purchased starting TOMORROW October 2rd at the following locations:
Sidney and Berne Davis Art Center during the Dark Art Show located at 2301 First Street, downtown Fort Myers
Halloween Megastore located at 5120 S Cleveland Ave in Fort Myers
Halloween Megastore 2 located at 4202 Tamiami Trail N, Naples
Pushing DaiZies, Inc. table at Art Walk, downtown Fort Myers
The 2015 theme is “Fallout: 1985” — Imagine the cities of the world are overrun with the living dead. Humanity has desperately turned to nuclear weapons unleashing unforgivable atomic power upon the living and the dead. Radiation has spread across the world, mutating, converting, and changing forever the way of life. Fast-forward 30 years later, humanity hangs by a thread as the grotesque dead walk and feed. Ready yourself!!
Premiering during Art Walk on Friday, October 2nd is Dark Art 9: The Dark Wave, which will showcase local and national artists during the entire month of October at the Sidney Berne Davis Center. All proceeds donated at ZombiCon this year will go towards moving Pushing DaiZies, Inc. forward in their goal of making art and music experiences more obtainable to everyone.
Featured this year at Zombicon 9 – Fallout: 1985 will be over 30 live performances on five stages, with our cabaret stage located at the Sidney Berne Davis Art Center. The Fallout Zone is our theme-featured area located on Hendry Street between Bay and Edwards near the newly renovated water feature. In partnership with the Gladiolus Food Bank, we are asking the public to bring a canned item to help feed our local community.
“We provide art experience in all forms in a non-judgmental environment. We encourage interactive community creativity and promote art education among southwest Florida youth through music and local art programs,” states DeMarco. “Our focus is to give all children the opportunity to explore art.”
Pushing DaiZies, Inc. is a collection of local artists and creative individuals who volunteer their time and offer their creative skills to the southwest Florida community. The concept of Pushing DaiZies, Inc. was created in 2007 and then they obtained their 501c3 status in 2011. Pushing DaiZies, Inc. strives to “spread the virus” of fun filled and unique happenings where the spectator becomes the spectacle in their feature fundraising events throughout southwest Florida. Monies raised go to sending our local youth to art and music camps as well as keeping the arts alive in our southwest Florida community. Their motto “Til Death Do Us ART” says it all.
All proceeds donated at ZombiCon this year will go towards moving Pushing DaiZies, Inc. forward in their goal of making art and music experience more obtainable to everyone.