Saturday 12 April
At the Brussel’ “Parc Royal” (kiosk)
Make-up : 12am – 3pm by Make Up For Ever
Start : 4pm
Drakulen Pis : 4.30pm
End : 5.15pm – Brussel Central Station
Our favorite army of the dead is back! The good news: the zombie legion didn’t loose too many limbs in this sissy winter we’ve had and are ready to strut their stuff during this new parade. For those who want to participate; there’s no traffic tax to pay (not at 200 meters per hour anyway) and everybody’s welcome!
Meet us at the Brussels’ Parc Royal on Saturday, 12 April at noon sharp to get made-up by the Make Up For Ever team and join the assault on the European capital. But don’t forget to pay your respects to our very own Drakulen Pis!
- Forbidden to enter stores or hypermarkets.
- Forbidden to touch or harass people on the streets.
- Follow the rules given by the police.
- Respect the highway code: it is obvious that playing a zombie doesn’t allow anyone to break the law.
- Always stay on the sidewalk.
- Do not enter the Central Station during the breaking up of the parade (unless you’re going home).
→ access to the BIFFF by le Mont des Arts
Cheap Satanism Records is teaming up again with Café Central to invite zombies from all walks of life to strut their stuff free of charge at the fourth ZomBIFFF Night. On the program, a showcase from the Brussels duo In Heaven for the release of their first album. We reassure all the living dead: the band has nothing to do with Heaven, except for the name! They will throw you in a twilight atmosphere where Nick Cave flirts with Beth Gibbons on Angelo Badalamenti’s old soundtracks. After ? The frenchies from Cercueil, Hypo & EDH and La Trayeuse Electrique will behead all the zombies with their badass LP’s ! Shows will take place at the Café Central from 9 pm and, most of all, for free!
The Café Central will extend the ZomBIFFF Night every Sunday evening of April with a zombie flick during its usual film club. This year, the theme will evoke the darkest hours of History: zombies who couldn’t find anything better but helping the Nazis! If you’re up to some history class, you’re welcome to Café Central every Sunday at 8pm and, again, it’s free!
Café Central – 14, Borgval 1000 Brussels
Goal of the Dead
11pm, Cine 1
The first film (with zombies) of the Fantastic Night