The ‘Thrill the World’ zombie dance event will take place on Saturday, October 30 at the Normandy Park Towne Center

The Friends of Normandy Park Foundation will present ‘Thrill the World’, a partnership with the dancers of Seattle Thrillers on Saturday, October 30, 2021, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

It will be a worldwide synchronized dance to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” performed by the Seattle Thrillers at the Normandy Park Towne Center.

This FREE, family-friendly event includes:

    • FREE PUMPKINS in a pumpkin patch (500 free pumpkins, while supplies last)
    • Dance by Seattle Thrillers to Michael Jackson’s festive song ‘Thriller’
    • A socially distant children’s craft stand
    • Live musical performance by Vote for Pedro
    • Beer garden
    • Sellers
    • Treasure hunt
    • Costume contest
    • Music and more!

A big thank you to the Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce for donating 1000 masks to keep our attendees safe and for donating 300 additional masks for our kids craft booth!

WHEN: Saturday October 30, 2021: 2 p.m.-6 p.m.

      • 2:00 p.m .: Start of the event
      • 3 p.m .: World synchronized dance by the Seattle Thrillers, costume contest to follow

OR: Normandy Park Towne Center. 19803 1st Ave S, Normandy Park, WA

THANK YOU to our partners:
Seattle Thrillers, Zombie Fest Northwest, City of Normandy Park, and Normandy Park Towne Center

THANK YOU to our sponsors:
My World Dance & Fitness, Napolitano Skin & Body Studio and Advertising Sponsor Tay Krull with Berkshire Hathaway Real Estate and South King Media.

EXTRA SPECIAL THANKS to our Gold level sponsors: Burien Chevrolet & Burien Toyota, we appreciate your support!

Would you like to know how to become a Seattle thriller dancer? Go to the site: to join their dating group. Visit the website to learn more about the rehearsals for this annual global event.

“We hope to host a pop-up vaccination site at this event and will update this page with details as soon as we know more,” said organizer Susan West. “We are closely monitoring the state of COVID-19 and will require a mask to be worn during our event in order to stay safe and protect children under the age of 12.”

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