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Outbreak Zombie Festival Limerick 2013 – PHOTOS

Outbreak Zombie Festival – Zombie flashmobs, parades, movie screenings, bands, DJs, and plenty of zombie-friendly hotels bars restaurants and nightclubs, this will be unlike any weekend you’ve ever experienced before.

Outbreak Zombie Festival Limerick 2013

 

Outbreak - Limerick Zombie Festival - 2013 (10)

On the last weekend in October, Outbreak Zombie Festival begins. Limerick’s streets are over-run with zombies, as we stage the largest Zombie themed party weekend ever seen! Zombie flashmobs, parades, movie screenings, bands, DJs, and plenty of zombie-friendly hotels bars restaurants and nightclubs, this will be unlike any weekend you’ve ever experienced before.

The whole event is a non-profit, community-driven event, to bring people together in a fun and original way, while raising money for local charity. Outbreak organiser, Mike McLoughlin said the whole event is a non-profit, community-driven event.

“We want to bring people together in a fun and original way, while raising money for a local charity,” he said. “Zombie festivals are growing in popularity across the world and it’s about time that Limerick has its own celebration of zombie culture too. Anyone can get dressed up as a zombie, it’s a bit of fun in fancy dress and gruesome makeup.”

For more information on events happening in and around Limerick, click HERE.

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Photos by Dolf Patijn for ILoveLimerick.com. All Rights Reserved

Photos by David Woodland for ILoveLimerick.com. All Rights Reserved

 

 

 

 

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