Give a Zombie a Hand!

The undead may never have walked again without help from these sponsors! All of these businesses, individuals, and performers have donated their time, effort, and resources to make the Zombie Crawl happen. We're always in need of donated services and goods to be given out as prizes to our zombie participants. Businesses may also become sponsors by offering a special discount or price to our parade participants. To add your business to the list, please contact us, and let us know how you'd like to help!

This year's Zombie Crawl Sponsors Include:

Northwest Arkansas Hauntours NWA Hauntours
The Northwest Arkansas Hauntours is a collective of regional haunted houses, home haunts, and Halloween activity and event organizers, of which the Eureka Springs Zombie Invasion is a charter member. The NWA Hauntours has been a "haunterrific" source of assistance and promotion of all of our events!

Sytnathotep Sytnathotep
Forget about those cheesy plastic gravestones from Wally World! If you're looking for the scariest props and effects for this Halloween season, you owe it to yourself (and your horde of undead) to check out the mad skills of Sytnathotep! David is the master craftsman behind our zombie trophies at the Zombie Tag and Scavenger Hunt events, and has been an invaluable source of inspiration and assistance for the crawl. He's also an amazing 3D graphic designer. Don't be surprised if you see David's work in your favorite Hollywood Horror blockbuster at some point in the near future - yes, he's that good!

Kikomics Kikomics
Lending credence to the "it's a small world" theory, in 2013, I was contacted by a young man in Brazil named Kiko Garcia. He was interested in providing illustrations for some of our zombie posters and flyers. Wondering how a comic artist from Brazil discovered a town of 2,000 people deep in the Arkansas Ozarks, he quickly explained that he had spent time here as a foreign exchange student. He loved the idea of contributing to our zombie festivities. As a result, the zombies earned a new friend and supporter with an amazing skill, and our posters were enhanced with excellent original undead illustrations. You can now view (and purchase framed prints of) all of our zombie event posters, including those featuring Kiko's illustrations. And while you're at it, be sure to immerse yourself in the amazing world of Kikomics!

Melonlight Dance Studio Melonlight Dance
Although new to Eureka Springs, the professional dancers and flash mobsters of Melonlight Dance Studio are not new to Zombie-themed performance art, having choreographed exclusive Zombie Performances and Flash Mobs in the Denver area before relocating to the Ozarks. The Melonlight professionals have performed at several of our Zombie themed events, and have also hosted the Dance of the Dead after-party. Melonlight offers private lessons, group classes, and some very creative projects like the Zombie Flash Mob. They specialize in ballroom, Latin, swing, tango, modern, and fusion for all ages.

Sacred Earth Gallery Sacred Earth Gallery
Conveniently located on HWY 62 adjacent to the Eureka Springs School of the Arts, the Sacred Earth Gallery is an oasis of fine art and photography. Edward Robison filmed and produced the excellent Eureka Springs Zombie Commercial and 2013 Zombie Tag Promotional Video, and has been an invaluable source for printing large scale posters and banners!

Testube Testube Testube
Zombie-themed music and deejaying for all of our events is provided by local electronic musician Testube. Jeff Danos has been crafting experimental electronic music since 1994, fusing atypical electro, techno, industrial, glitch, and ambient textures into complex cohesive compositions. Which is a complicated way of saying that he makes weird electronic music somehow more palatable and dance-worthy. Testube appears courtesy of Glim Records.

Underground Eureka Springs Underground Eureka Springs
Everything you always wanted to know about Eureka's seedy underbelly, but were afraid to ask! The Underground Eureka website offers an exciting glimpse at the history and mysteries hiding below the city's streets.

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