Zombie Apocalypse II will take place at the Tangent Gallery in Detroit on Saturday June 29. Tagged “Cancer Fears the D,” the show will be a benefit for The American Cancer Society via The Walking Hope for ACS.
According to publicist Sue Static, “The Walking Hope is a Chicago-based charity brand created by Bradley Egel. The Walking Hope is comprised of survivors, caregivers and fans of The Walking Dead television show. The charity raises awareness and hosts fundraisers that benefit the American Cancer Society.”
The show will offer music, burlesque, sideshow acts, an apocalyptic art gallery and more. Musical guests include HafLife, Cybertrybe, Panic or Pain, and DJ Greebo. There will be burlesque performances by Lushes LaMoan, Kitty Paige, Holly Hock, and Candy MacnToosh. Shetan Noir and See Girl Shimmy will be belly dancing. Ther will be other performers, artists and artisans there too.
So if you want to raise money to help the fight against cancer by, you know, celebrating the undead, be there.Follow @City_Slang
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