Set in the incredible 100 year-old former ice factory along the Chicago River at 1501 N. Magnolia Ave., nearly 2,500 guests are expected on Saturday, Oct. 27th beginning at 8 p.m. in the sprawling, five-building compound. Proceeds from the event benefit Adaptive Adventures, a not-for-profit organization that provides life-changing opportunities for people with physical disabilities.
General admission includes entry and beverages: $65 per corpse if purchased on or before Oct. 22; and $85 per corpse at the door. No admission without a costume.
R.I.P Tickets include food and beverage for $150, while those that choose to be elite attendees can purchase an “R.I.P. Table” ($2,500 minimum) which includes a private lounge with seating for ten, food and bottle service.
Undead music entertainment on three stages is featured through 3 a.m. Acts include the Hey Jimmy Band, 290 East Project with a special appearance by Shirley King, and epic DJs entertaining throughout the night include Karl Almaria, Corduroy Mavericks, Alena, Johnboy, Chris Grant, Le Sprite, Andre Emil, Funk Shui, Christopher Lynn, Jimmy James and ECF.
“Every year, the filmmakers dedicated to producing this event construct sets, create dramatic movie atmospheres, blow your mind with multimedia entertainment and throw one of the best parties anywhere,” says Mack McPheron, The Examiner.
This year’s event is hosted by Ari Golan, president of Atomic Imaging and Golan Productions, Jim Pesoli, Entertainment Attorney and Producer. To learn more or to purchase tickets, visit www.atomicimaging.com/
About Atomic Imaging
Atomic Imaging/Golan Studios started out in 1985 as Golan Productions Inc., an innovative film and video production house in Chicago. Then, taking maximum advantage of breakthrough technologies, it expanded into digital imaging, integrated media and other state-of-the-