Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, NJ. wants Halloween enthusiasts to show their zombie spirit this fall.

“People just have a tremendous love for Halloween – getting dressed up and scary, and being out and about in character to share in the fun that the holiday creates. I think the zombie culture as a whole is widely appealing to every age and demographic…everyone loves zombies, adults and children alike, so why not share this love of Halloween and the spirit of Six Flags Fright Fest with others on social media,” said Jason Meehan, founder of the Asbury Park zombie walk.

Walking a dog, bagging food at the grocery store or posing in front of a local landmark—typical, “normal” activities have a frightfully fun twist when dressed as a zombie. Participants are encouraged to wear tattered or imitation blood-splattered clothing and makeup in a variety of colors including red, white, black, purple and green.

In addition to this national zombie celebration, Six Flags Great Adventure promises its biggest, scariest Fright Fest in history this fall with 22 Halloween-themed attractions including three new haunts – Big Top Terror, Blood Shed and Demon District.

The seven-week festival that features family-friendly Thrills by Day and a zombie-filled Fright by Night runs weekends through Nov. 1 and includes admission to some of the world’s best and most terrifying thrill rides.

Lite Rock 96.9 WFPG is giving you 4-packs of tickets to Fright Fest at Great Adventure all week on the Lite Rock Morning Show with Eddie Davis. To win, play Lite Rock Impossible Trivia weekdays at 7:20am.

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