Zombie Outbreak Continues!

Zombies Attack TICEKTSOh, the madness and excitement is ramping up at the Colusa County Fairgrounds as they prepare to unleash a battle between the living and the undead.

As the Zombie infection continues to spread, the Colusa County Fairgrounds will release sales tickets starting Thursday, September 10, 2015.

“Get ready to eradicate,” said Colusa County Fair CEO, Jonathan Howard, “seating is limited and tickets are sure to go fast.”

Tickets will be sold at $15 per person, and children age 12 or under must be accompanied by an adult.

Tickets can be purchased at the Colusa County Fairgrounds during business hours, Monday through Friday, from 9 AM to 5 PM.

In all good fun and humor, nightly hayrides will make their rounds starting October 24 through October 30.

“With paintball guns mounted on the specialized Zombie Hunting wagon, the public can help rid our fairgrounds of this zombie epidemic,” said Howard.

Since taking on the role as CEO last November, Howard has been working to promote the availability and flexibility of the fairground property while developing year-round events for children and adults.

I want the fairgrounds to be more than just a place where the Colusa County Fair and the annual Farm Show is held,” said Jonathan, “I want it to be a place for our children to have fun, stay out of trouble, and a place for our community to make great memories.”

If you would like more information on the Zombie Hunt, or to find out how you can participate, contact Colusa County Fair CEO, Jonathan Howard at (530) 458-2641 Ext. 103.

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