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Michael Jackson’s 4th Annual Party Dance Tribute was a Thriller!
Pittsburgh, PA-June 27, 2012—Last Saturday, June 23rd, the 4th Annual Dance Party Tribute for Michael Jackson, Thriller ignited with a bang!
The annual event, presented by Style & Steel Event Planning is celebration of all things Michael—his music, style, and love for humanity. Doors opened at 10pm at the Shadow Lounge, and partygoers came out in full force dressed in fashions inspired by the late King of Pop. The first 50 partygoers received complimentary Thriller posters adorned with an image of Jackson that was exclusively designed by Oriel Barry for the event.
DJ Vex, the Mix Master of the night played a medley of Jackson’s music and gave homage to the late pop icon, Whitney Houston. Midway through the event, vocalists Jasmine Leonard and Ira Watkins hit the stage and gave roaring performances of some of Jackson’s greatest hits. Leonard sung Jackson’s “Gone Too Soon” and Watkins performed “Human Nature.” One thing was very clear from the crowd’s response; Jackson is still loved, adorned and still has a very loyal following. One guest even had a tattoo of the King of Pop on his forearm!
The bash also featured a 5-minute Dance-Off and a Best Dressed contest. The Best Dancer which came down to two finalists was determined by the crowd, but ultimately, the judges had the final say. Winners of both contests each received Gift Cards from Arthur Murray Dance Studio and $50!
“Next year, we plan to take Thriller 5 to the next level by coordinating a Thriller dance flash mob with at least 200 people,” says Wadria Taylor, Style & Steel’s CEO. “This would be a mega way to kick off the annual celebration of M.J. and would attract a wide audience, not to mention being a lot of fun.”
Thriller 4 party pictures can be viewed online at www.styleandsteel.net. Next year’s Thriller promises to be an event greater celebration! For more information or to get involved, call 412-208-0249 or email email@example.com.
Style & Steel Event Planning
By: Wadria Taylor