THANK YOU TO ALL WHO PARTICIPATED! View the official YouTube video of #thrillscranton here: https://youtu.be/2uEd-wUD0m8
HELP KEEP THE ARTS UNDEAD IN NEPA!
Thrill the World is a global fundraising event, held on the same date/time around the world in attempt to break the World Record for the "Largest Simultaneous Dance to Michael Jackson's 'Thriller!'" Sign up TODAY to be a zombie dancer and participate in one of the most exciting events in Scranton! All proceeds benefit the ongoing operations, restoration and programming of the Scranton Cultural Center!
Registration: Register online, at a dance lesson, or at the event! *Registration is non-refundable.*
$15 Children/Students (valid ID required)
Includes: Dance Lessons, T-Shirt (while supplies last), event admission & access to Zombie Crawl.
Immediately following the official dance, embark on a Zombie Crawl of downtown Scranton! Participating business will offer special zombie discounts for participants. Enjoy a fun, family-friendly night out downtown!
THANK YOU to our Zombie Crawl Locations: Adezzo, Ale Mary's City Market & Cafe, Cooper's Seafood House, DaVinci Pizza, Pizza by Pappas, PJ's Pub at the Hilton, The Bog and Trax Platform Lounge!
Plan on attending the event and the Zombie Crawl, but don't want to dance? We've got you covered! Purchase Zombie Insurance for a minimum donation of $10 and you will be safe from dancing with the undead! (and still receive a t-shirt!)
To make our TTW event even more awesome, participants need to know HOW to dance the official Thriller dance! Bring your friends/ family to a Thriller Dance Lesson & learn the Thriller dance from our choreographer! We'll have four BEGINNER Dance Lesson Sessions at 2-hours long, and one ADVANCED Dance Lessons at 1-hour long. So whether you're new to TTW or an experienced veteran, we've got you covered!
Can't make a dance lesson? Learn on YouTube!
Thrill the World Scranton is presented by Toyota of Scranton and sponsored by Well Fargo, LT Verrastro, Lackawanna College and Fidelity Bank. Supported by Lackawanna County and the PA Council on the Arts.