Zombie Pub Crawl
Police have cited a 21-year-old man who they say entered a St. Paul home while drunk and dressed as a Santa Claus zombie. St. Paul police said Monday the University of St. Thomas student was cited for trespassing and taken to a detoxification center Saturday.
The undead took over downtown Minneapolis this past weekend in record numbers. Minneapolis police estimate more than 35,000 people showed up to drink and party at the annual Zombie Pub Crawl. The crowd was so big it broke a Guinness World record for the most people dressed as zombies.
The massive crowd of zombies that took over downtown Minneapolis Saturday night was one for the record books.
With 25,000 zombies taking over the streets, local bars and restaurants are reaping the benefits.
But for many retailers, road closures mean a major headache.
The dead come alive in downtown Minneapolis Saturday night with one of the biggest Halloween celebrations in the entire country, the Zombie Pub Crawl. Now in its 10th year, the Zombie Pub Crawl has turned into more than a costume party.
If you live downtown, you may want to lock your doors this Saturday. Zombies are taking over Minneapolis. Now in their tenth year, the Zombie Pub Crawl is moving to the Warehouse District of Minneapolis.
It’s Thursday, and that means the WCCO Morning Show team is looking at fun things to do this weekend. There’s a little of everything for you this week, from Disney fun to zombie-themed bar hopping.
Find yourself at some of these Halloween-themed shows and events for an enjoyable and entertaining evening.
To celebrate the launch of their new Walking Dead scratch game, the Minnesota state lottery held a special eating contest.
The fun doesn’t end just because you’re too old to Trick or Treat.
Bad news, Minnesotans. When the zombie invasion reaches our borders, our state is predicted to fall to the undead throngs. Though it may seem unthinkable given how much practice the state has had with Zombie Pub Crawls, Estately says our state isn’t expected to last if zombies take over the nation.
Ghosts and goblins are expected to come out in late October for Halloween, but the beer-craving undead can’t wait that long. The 9th annual Zombie Pub Crawl kicked off at 4 p.m. Saturday afternoon, with 30,000 people expected to participate in this year’s event. New this year, some pretend zombies ate some real brains. Andrew Zimmern’s “A-Z Canteen” prepared pork brain tacos – a dish that’s served in Mexico – for a group of competitive eaters.
It’s almost the weekend, so it’s time to start making some plans. From zombies to scares and even a 1,500- pound pumpkin, these events are all worth adding to your calendar.
In recent years, it wouldn’t stay dead and it also started to stink. This year, the venerable Zombie Pub Crawl — perhaps the Twin Cities’ greatest single contribution to pop culture at large since Prince did backflips in a G-string — is embracing its big, bad self.
It’s Thursday, and that means it’s time to start planning your weekend! Homecoming week is in full swing at the University of Minnesota, but there will be blood nearby at Seven Corners, Washington Avenue and the Cedar/Riverside neighborhood.
It’s that time of year again. The leaves are turning, the air is crisp, the rotted flesh is falling from the faces of the masses lumbering down Washington Avenue looking for a beer buzz. In other words, it’s time for the Zombie Pub Crawl.