Zombie 5K Shuffle

Check out PHOTOS from our Zombie 5K Shuffle!


$35 – before October 1st – early zombie eat more brain
$40 – until October 21st – shuffle shuffle
$50 – after October 21st – lurch

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$30 per person when you register 5+ people
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Registration includes:
Zombie 5k Shuffle T-Shirt &
Zombie Passport

Kids under 8 FREE with adult registration (no bib, t-shirt or zombie passport)

If you would like to participate in the behind the scenes of this production (no race, bib, t-shirt or zombie passport)
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A bit of crazy and a lot of FUN!
We are getting in the Halloween spirit and enjoying Zombie fever. Get dressed up, or don’t – you will have a great time either way.


October 27th 2012 10:30am


Meet at Junipero/Ocean. Shuffle along Bluff Park, take Ocean toward BBC & head toward Belmont Pool. Turn around is after the Belmont Pool. We return on the beach bike path & finish at the top of Junipero. Work up your appetite so you can eat your brains out afterward at Lola’s!

What Else:

After the 5K we head up Junipero to Lola’s on 4th Street (toward Cherry) to eat our brains out! We get a discount with our Zombie Passports (included with the 5K registration).

You also get access to the ZOMBIE WALK & Festival at Marina Green Park on Shoreline. We are looking forward to the always amazing turnout of this event which is in it’s 5th year running! The Zombie Walk is at 3pm. Bands start at 3pm.

Visit {open} – the best little local bookstore you could hope for – on Retro Row (4th St @ Junipero). Show your Zombie Passport and get your discount on books etc! Other places on Retro Row are also participating, such as Art du Vin & the new neighboring Coffee Shop called Flea Espresso.


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Brought to you by:

Shannon Paul of Long Beach Boot Camp & Armando Hart of  Zero Point Performance



A portion of the proceeds benefit the 501(c)(3) nonprofit Long Beach Cinematheque which is an organization dedicated to fostering the Long Beach film scene by providing opportunities for audiences to experience film classics on the big screen in Long Beach; by curating special events that incorporate film with live music and multimedia art; by collaborating with independent organizations and theatres in shared community events; by supporting with collaborative screenings the efforts and dreams of student filmmakers; and by welcoming guest speakers such as filmmakers and film historians to speak to audiences as part of their cinematic experience.