INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (21Alive) -- Pet lovers, music fans and zombie enthusiasts unite for the Arfpocalypse Zombie Dog Fest presented by Hoosier Lottery and Q95 at Klipsch Music Center on Sunday, Oct. 27 from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The event will feature live music from Here Come The Mummies, as well as Indiana’s largest dog adoption event – including dozens of statewide animal shelters to match pets and new owners. The public is invited to bring their dogs in costume and set a Guinness World Record for largest costumed dog gathering!
·11 a.m. Registration begins
·12 p.m. Gates open
·1:30 p.m. Guinness World Record attempt,
·2 p.m. Here Come the Mummies "Terrifying Funk From Beyond the Grave"
·3:30 p.m. Costume contest and prizes
Here Come the Mummies, whose recently released album Cryptic is available now, regularly thrill sell-out crowds across North America. These “undead charmers” have opened for music icons such as P-Funk and Al Green, and rocked the 2012 Super Bowl Village in Indianapolis. The nine-member band’s newest collection of songs includes “Chaperone,” “Petting Zoo,” “You Know the Drill” and “Never Grow Old.”
Admission is free with any Hoosier Lottery ticket for adults age 18 and older. No admission requirement for those under 18.
Guinness World Record participants are encouraged to register in advance at arfpocalypse.com beginning Sept. 27. On-site registration is available, but to be a part of the Guinness World Record attempt, participants may be required to show proof of the dog's health and the dog’s costume must contain two pieces. Visit arfpocalypse.com for details.
Patrons should note that the Klipsch Music Center VIP Club is closed for this event, with boxes being held for guests with dogs. Sponsorship and vending opportunities exist. Please contact Steve Miller, Hoosier Lottery at 317-264-4616 for more information.
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