Zombie Fest will mark its 7th year raising disaster preparedness awareness Sept. 15


Hundreds of Zombies of all ages will gather for the 7th annual Zombie Fest Northwest, to celebrate the beginning of the haunting and holiday season on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018!

This FREE, open, public event will run from 2 – 6 p.m. at the Normandy Park Towne Center (map below).

Zombie Fest Northwest, formerly known as the Normandy Park Zombie Fest, increases awareness about emergency and disaster preparedness, provides visibility for local businesses, and raises money for local on-profits including the Friends of Normandy Park Foundation (501c3) and the Highline Schools Foundation.

WHERE: Normandy Park Towne Center, 19900 1st Ave. S., Normandy Park, WA 98148 (map below)

WHEN: Saturday, September 15, 2018, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

A myriad of zombie events are planned:

  • FREE admission!
  • FREE Get Zombified booth. Don’t know how to become a zombie? Our make-up artists and zombie clothing experts will help!
  • FREE arts & crafts booth for kids – including a disaster kit scavenger hunt.
  • FREE musical performances by the Aqua-Nets! Cool tunes from a local DJ.
  • 250 FREE pumpkins!
  • Learn how to build a disaster preparedness kit at our FREE demonstrations.
  • Lots of treats and FREE giveaways for kids.
  • Zombie caricature artist and artwork.
  • Charity beer/wine garden.
  • Costume contest with great prizes, emceed by a KOMO TV celebrity!
  • Performances by the famous Seattle Thrillers. Dance along!
  • Vintage and current emergency vehicles on display to raise awareness about emergency preparedness including National Guard, police and fire vehicles, along with a Zombie car, Jurassic Park replica cars, and more!
  • Zombie Fest t-shirts and raffle baskets featuring Starbucks, the Pacific Science Center, Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) and the Seahawks. Plus, survival kits, Halloween decorations, gift certificates and more!
  • Local business, food and beverage vendors are also part of the fun!

Can’t find parking at Normandy Park Towne Center? Don’t worry!
Additional parking is available at the Criminal Justice Training Center, 19010 1st Avenue South, Burien, WA 98148. A FREE shuttle will take you to & from the festival & CJTC.

Here are some photos of previous events (click images to see larger versions/slideshow):

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And here’s a video of the Seattle Thrillers doing their thing:

Questions? Contact Susan West at [email protected] or 206-818-6945


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