The Zombie Attack is returning to Louisville’s streets. Here’s what to know – Courier Journal

Dust off the special effects makeup and dig out your best undead attire,the Louisville Zombie Attack will return to the streets of Louisville this weekend.

After a one-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, the world's longest-running zombie walk will hobble back into town but in a new location.

Here's what you need to know about this year's night devoted to zombies in Louisville.

The walk will begin and end at Flying Axes,146 N. Clay NuLu. The walk will move down Clay Streetto Market Streetto Cambell Sreetto Main Streetand back to Flying Axes.

Saturday, Aug. 28.

TheLouisville Zombie Attack Facebook page indicates zombies may start gathering as early as 4 p.m in the parking lot at Flying Axes. The walk is set to begin at 8:29 p.m. and will return to the starting pointfor the official after-party of the Undead.

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Zombie Attack has always been a free event, and open to everyone, however, donations that help with event permits and additional event costs are always welcome.

Since 2005 when the idea for a zombie-themed birthday celebration first attracted 100 participants who stumbled through the Highlands neighborhood visiting local bars along Bardstown Road, the event has grown, a lot.In recent years, more than 40,000 zombie-loving members of the public have shown up for the free event.

To safely accommodate the ever-growing hoard of undead who take part, Miranda Jansing, the event'snew organizer, is moving the annual Zombie Attack tothe Waterfront Park area which will provide additional room for zombies to roam and more space for vendors,music and food trucks.

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Glad you asked.There are two ways to stay up to date on the event: following Louisville Zombie Attack 2021 on Facebook or check out the event's website,

Reach Kirby Adams at or Twitter@kirbylouisville.

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