Zombie Beach Party

Zombie Beach Party

The Philly Zombie Beach Party will cost you $10.00. You can get your advanced tickets at the Trocadero Theatre box office for advance tickets with no fees.
The Philly Zombie Beach Party is a 21+ event so please be sure to bring your I.D. No I.D. means no club - which means no Beach Party for you. Then you'll be a very sad zombie indeed.
Come dressed as a zombie going to the beach! Basic makeup may be available but it is suggested that you provide your own just to be sure you have some. For tips and ideas on how to look like a zombie go here.
There will be prizes for the best beach zombies! So go all out with your outfit! You may go home with something other than another zombie!
Makeup artists from will be on hand at the Philly Zombie Beach Party where you can have a professional makeup artist do your zombie makeup for you (just $10.00 - artists keep 100% of the fee). If you do decide to have one of them do your makeup for you we highly suggest that you get in as early as possible since there is always a line for the makeup artists.

The Sharkskins

From the murky depths of the Delaware River, comes the tri-state area's premier surf/spy band, the Sharkskins! Da 'Skins are a group of individuals summoned by the spirit of the great Watusi Tuna Kahuna, the Atlantic god of surf and dance to go forth and bring sounds inspired by his greatness. Come and feel the power & the fury of the reverb-drenched sound of da 'Skins and soon, you too will bow at the altar of the "Big Tuna Kahuna"!

DJ Kiltboy

DJ Kiltboy first became interested in spinning tunes in the early 1990s. He was highly influenced by the vast amounts of music he worked with during his tenure at Tower Records in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. DJ Sonny, a coworker and friend, helped train him in the technical and artistic methods of being a disc jockey. Most of DJ Kiltboy’s first gigs were private parties for friends, as well as working events with DJ Sonny. His musical influences include early industrial, such as Einsturzende Neubaten and Kraftwerk, electronica, and new wave. Throwing high-energy parties and creating a welcoming space are Kiltboy’s main goals.

Currently, DJ Kiltboy is helping to develop the Central Pennsylvania gothic industrial scene. He hosts Shadowland Lancaster twice monthly at Bube’s Brewery in Mount Joy, with his partner Dave Ghoul. In addition to the goth-industrial club scene, DJ Kiltboy also spins at the Square Bar, a local pub in West Chester, Pennsylvania. He proudly performs at the annual Funky Formal for the cast and crew of the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire (PARF). He continues to spin for private parties, weddings and other events.

Dave Ghoul

Dave Ghoul (artist David E. Christman of Grendel's Den Design Studio fame) is a longtime DJ and event organizer from Philadelphia that specializes in alternative dance music. During his career he has had his hands in DJing events large and small, running and promoting club nights and concerts, overseeing two production companies, operating an Internet broadcast, and working with a record label. He has performed at some of the largest alternative events in the region including Dracula's Ball, Diabolique Ball, The Philly Zombie Crawl and Philly Zombie Prom, The Steampunk World's Fair, The SteamWërk Ball, Twisted World, and Wicked Faire. His list of guest appearances at club nights and events include Abomination Rise (Philadelphia), ASSIMILATE (Lancaster, PA), Catwalk Tragedy (New York City), chiarOscuro (Washington, DC) and many more.

He has also held numerous residencies over the years that have included Blister in the Sun, The Dark Corner (John's Dark Corner), Dark Entries, Electro-Current, Final Fridays, Half Priced Burger Groove, Necropolis, Revenant, Time Warp Thursdays, and UNION. Currently he holds two residencies, one at Shadowland Lancaster and the other at Dorian's Parlor.

$10.00 - $15.00

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Zombie Beach Party with The Sharkskins, DJ Kiltboy, Dave Ghoul

Saturday, June 29 · 8:00 PM at Trocadero Theatre