Access to Quarantine Zone 11:00am, Game Starts at 12:00pm
ZEDTOWN is a giant game of real world zombie-themed tag. Players take up NERF toy dart blasters and fight for their life against hordes of vicious zombies. Over the course of an afternoon, as survivors are hunted down and tagged by zombies they become zombies themselves, spreading the virus and dooming humanity. It’s up to the remaining survivors to hold out for as long as they can, and maybe escape ZEDTOWN.
More than just a game of running and blasting, ZEDTOWN is a truly interactive event that empowers players to create their own action and tell their own stories. A call-in radio station provides up-to-the-minute immersive colour and useful survival tips while our dedicated app helps survivors communicate and play the game. Social media streams offer real-time clues, commentary and a hub for fantastic player-driven storytelling. These elements combine to create a truly immersive zombie experience just waiting for the players to suit up and leave their mark.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Due to our insurance requirements, you must be over 18 to play Zedtown. You'll also need to sign a waiver at the venue to play.
What is included in the VIP ticket?Everything that's included in the regular game as well as special collectible VIP swag and perks: an upgraded VIP bandanna, collectable Zedtown dog tag, priority access to our FX make-up seats when you turn and the VIP Survival Pack - a kit of bonus ammo, in-game currency, an extra-life tag, story materials and a rare Specialist Survivor power card - giving you unique in-app abilities and mission options in the game! (More on these in weeks to come!)
Where can I find the full rules to play Zedtown?
Our rules change a little game to game. The latest rules can be found on our rules page.
What do I need to bring?
Along with your ticket, all you need to bring is a dart blaster of some kind (we prefer Nerf) or some balled-up socks. We provide everything else you need including dog tags, rule books, bandannas, a call-in radio station, zombie make-up for when you turn and a dedicated smartphone app.
If you want to put your best foot forward in the zombie apocalypse there are all kinds of things you can bring as well. Good running shoes, extra ammo, snacks, walkie talkies, battery extenders for your phone and even a costume to play in all add to the experience – though they are far from required.
What should I wear, and can I modify my blaster?
What ever you feel comfortable in! Some of our players dress up which we love and there will be prizes for best costumes. Your ticketed faction colour is a great starting place when choosing how to dress.
As we share our space with lots of bystanders please don’t dress in a way that would intimidate passersby (no full tactical outfits, no paintball masks, no full-camo or all-in-black outfits) and please don’t modify your blaster internally or in a way that makes it look realistic or effects or improves its performance– non-mechanical cosmetic mods and brightly-coloured paint jobs are fine!
Is my ticket transferrable?
Yes, your ticket is transferrable – when you purchase your ticket you will be able to update the ticket holder’s details in a link emailed with your receipt of purchase. Please make sure you transfer your ticket you supply an accurate full name and working email address for each ticket-holder or we cannot confirm they will have access to the game.
Is my ticket refundable?
We will only offer a refund if an event is cancelled, rescheduled or significantly relocated, or to the extent otherwise required by law. You must apply for a refund within a reasonable time and provide proof of purchase. We do not offer refunds or exchanges as a result of a change in your personal circumstances. You can read our full refund policy here.