“St. Valentine’s laser zombie massacre bash”


Zombie Winter of 2014

Chicago’s “Zombie Winter of 2014 – The Winter That Just Won’t Die” is the purpose behind Fear City Chicago holding a horror-filled Valentine’s Weekend event on Feb. 15, 2014 from 7 p.m. to 12 midnight featuring music, dancing, cash bar and laser-tag zombie games so winter-weary Chicagoans can come in from the cold have fun with their friends and that special someone.

What’s more romantic than killing zombies with the one you love?  For those wanting an exciting alternative to the mundane red roses and chocolates of the traditional Valentine’s Weekend events and banish the “Zombie Winter of 2014”; the crew at Fear City Chicago Haunted House are swinging open their gates and hosting a special event featuring locally popular disc jockey (DJ Scarecro), refreshments and heart-stopping laser tag games.

Fear City Chicago Haunted House and Battle Royale Laser Tag are teaming up to offer a new experience for the adventurous this coming Valentine’s Day on Saturday, February 15 from 7pm to 12 midnight.  Tickets can be purchased online at www.fearcitychicago.com for just $18 per person (or $20 at the door).  Those wanting to have some fun can blast away their winter blues by playing laser tag in the halls of Chicagoland’s award-winning haunted house with a cast of creepy zombies.  In the lobby, the music of DJ Scarecro will keep people dancing and entertained.  A full cash bar will be available for those looking for another way to warm up their blood on a cold winter’s night.

Fear City Haunted House is conveniently located near Chicago’s northwest side at 8240 North Austin Avenue (between Oakton Street and Lincoln Avenue) in Morton Grove.  There is plenty of free parking and the venue is easily reachable by public transportation and is just minutes off the Eden’s Expressway Dempster Street West Exit.  The event will take place in the huge lobby of the haunted house with the laser tag games taking guests into the back alleys and hallways of Fear City, enjoyed by so many during Halloween.

Chuck Grendys said “The real zombie attack this year is the winter weather.  We wanted to provide everyone with a novel and fun-filled escape from the snow and polar vortex that just won’t die” and Jim Lichon added “No horror writer could come up with a meaner monster than this season’s relentless winter; people are screaming like demons to get out and enjoy themselves.  Dancing, Music and killing zombies can be the perfect escape to break the winter blues.”

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