Costumed dancers performing Michael Jackson's iconic "Thriller" dance invaded the Ballard Locks as part of its Centennial Celebration Sunday.
About a dozen dancers took part as dozens more watched and cheered the performance.
The larger Seattle Thrillers group will recreate the dance Saturday at 3:00 p.m. at Occidental Park in Pioneer Square as part of the annual "Thrill The World" dance. Dancers from around the world will perform simultaneously to set a world record. Over 22,000 dancers on six continents have taken part in the past.
Founded in 2006, each Thrill The World group raises money for a local or not-for-profit charity of their choice. This year, the Seattle Thrillers raised money for the Jubilee Women's Center.
Editor's note: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Sunday's performance was the official "Thrill The World" performance in Seattle.