THE WALKING DEAD ESCAPE Coming To San Diego Comic-Con
One-of-a-kind immersive zombie obstacle course experience, The Walking Dead Escape, based upon Robert Kirkman's comic and TV show, The Walking Dead, invades the San Diego Comic-Con later this month!
The Walking Dead Escape, an immersive zombie obstacle course based on the hit television show, The Walking Dead, is set to hit the 2014 Sand Diego International Comic-Con later this month. PETCO Park will be hosting the undead filled maze on July 25th and 26th.
After its successful 2012 debut at San Diego’s Petco Park, The Walking Dead Escape expanded with three additional events in major cities in 2013, including New York, where the course was integrated aboard the aircraft carrier the USS Intrepid. Based on fans’ enthusiastic response, Skybound decided to take the events to the next level with a 2014 national tour.
“I’m thrilled to offer fans new and old an even bigger, more interactive experience this time around. It's great to see fans of the comic book and television series live in the world I created so many years ago,” says Robert Kirkman, creator and executive producer of The Walking Dead.
The course, which has already thrilled tens of thousands of participants since its debut, allows fans to participate as “Walkers" or “Survivors" as they climb, crawl, and slide their way through various zombieinfected evacuation zones. Those lucky enough to make it to the decontamination zone will have their level of infection assessed and then participate in the event’s Fan Experience.
Those participating as Walkers will be transformed into the undead by professional makeup artists, and they'll receive “zombie training” prior to their release on the course. Keeping in the spirit of entertainment and accessibility to all, The Walking Dead Escape is not a race, and its participants will not be timed or required to run.
There are early bird tickets available at a discounted rate until July 4th. Head over to www.thewalkingdeadescape.com or www.tickets.com for tickets!
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