WATCH: 'Thriller' flash mob invades Ballard Locks

As part of the worldwide "Thrill The World" Flash Mob, costumed dancers at Seattle's Ballard Locks performed Michael Jackson's iconic dance.

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.

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