ive seen gwar 3 times and it is an absolute blast....not only is a great show...but they are a an excellant metal band! however id ont understand this connection between gwar and zombies....they are'nt zombies at all!
heres some actual back ground for tha people who dont know yet...
"THE EPIC TALE OF GWAR Eons ago, there existed an elite group of chaos warriors who ravaged the galaxy with a boundless hatred of all things alive. They were called the Scumdogs of the Universe, and they grew in might and fury, the greatest weapon in the arsenal of their cosmic Master.
But they became too powerful, and too defiant, and for their cosmic crimes were banished to the most insignificant planet in the universe…the seething mudball known as Earth.
Millions of years passed, and they slumbered, until the pollution of your world de-thawed these creatures from their ageless coma…and now they stride the Earth, living gods, dedicated to one goal, the destruction of the human race, and the eradication of existence itself! Wait- that’s two goals!
Hark to the hideous majesty of your MASTERS, rulers of Earth, the MIGHTY GWAR!!!
Earth’s only openly extra-terrestrial rock band, and the destined destroyers of not only the human race but also reality itself. GWAR! Hulking, heaving, dribbling WAR-GOD’s who like nothing better than putting hordes of our sniveling fans to the sword while playing the marauding mutant metal that we are famous for! Star’s of stage and screen, carvers of stem and spleen! GWAR LIVES!"
Not saying that GWAR are zombies or have any connection, nor should anyone remember any zombies at a previous GWAR show. Perhaps I should have been more clear. We need to get a whole shizload of people to dress as zombies, meet up before the GWAR show at camp inforoo or something, and INVADE CENTEROO AND THE GWAR PIT! BRRRRRRRRRAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIINNNNNNNNNS!!! The more zombies we have, of course, the more fun it will be for everyone.
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bring a mask and we could meet up before the show in front of the soundboard at whatever tent it's at.
ive tried the "meet at camp" thing or the "meet over here" thing, but it's just not going to work out - we have to meet there. really, even 10 people in halloween masks of some kind is going to get some attention. make them glow somehow and forget it!
We don't roll all low-rent, cracker! If we met in front of the soundboard, that would minus the fun of a bunch of zombies stumbling through centeroo yelling BRAAAAAAAAAAINS! Also, the security meatheads would miss out on a bunch of zombies all coming through at the same time. Also, I've got a friend who has volunteered to do makeup for a bunch of people, and she's taken a bunch of classes in theatrical makeup and stuff like that.
I've seen Gwar a few times at the House of Blues at Disney World in Orlando.
The chance to walk around Disney drenched in blood, screaming loudly while children hide and the elderly cower is worth the price of admission.
except disney world would be closed after a gwar show. so unless you're sleeping with that nuts on you and going back in the morning, that isn't happening.
Disney stays open pretty late (1 AM some nights for guests staying there). The House of Blues is in Downtown Disney. Shows there usually end before 11pm and Downtown Disney is still open. So yes, it would happen and has happened.