(Toledo, OH) There's a ghoulish gala "on tap" this weekend in downtown Toledo.
Hundreds of zombie-like figures will stumble, slither, and groan between at least seven bars and restaurants Saturday night along Adams Street.
The annual Zombie Crawl in the Uptown Neighborhood is now a Halloween tradition which allows outdoor drinking in a special district created by city code and state law. There will be live music and D.J.'s performing on two outdoor stages, and a parking lot full of food trucks for zombies to dine on something other than flesh.
The first band starts at 6 p.m. Saturday, but the area will undergo quarantine at 1 a.m. when the entrance gates close.