All Day Events – Rain Date Schedule, Sunday October 25
|12:00pm – 10:00pm||Festival!||Vendors, food, live music, and giveaways on City Hall Plaza, Boston MA, at the Government Center subway stop. FREE to everyone. All day.|
|12:00 – 8:00pm||Carnival!||
(FREE to registered walkers, or $20 student/child, $30 adult donation).
|2:00pm – 3:30pm||Zombie March||A local group is organizing a march from South Station to Boston City Hall. FREE.|
|6:30pm – 8:15pm||Thriller dance workshop||A Thriller dance workshop on the Court Street side of City Hall Plaza in preparation for Thrill the World, the world record world-wide synchronized dance of Michael Jackson’s Thriller. Schedule is:
It’s optional but highly recommended that you check out the videos and practice the dance beforehand! See www.thrilltheworld.com/learn.
Main Stage Events — Rain Date Schedule, Sunday October 25
|12:00pm||Lifted||Live music by one of New England’s new up-and-coming
rock bands. Their tight written grooves, along with their
“in-the-moment” spontaneity makes Lifted a must see!
|2:30pm||Costume Contest: Kids||Free $18,000 in prizes for costumes and top fundraising teams. Skits by fundraising teams. Assemble for the march!|
|3:45pm||Kids March||Daytime kids parade. The walk is 30 minutes, goes around City Hall Plaza on the sidewalk and does not cross any streets.|
|4:30pm||Costume Contest: Adults||Skits and a costume contest for adults with tons of giveaways and $18,000 in prizes!|
|5:45pm||Adult March||Sundown. Adult charity walk goes around Boston City Hall Plaza. See and be seen! Smile for the TV crews!|
|6:15pm||Ketman||Boston Herald’s “Best of 2008” List, Boston Phoenix,
“Top Ten Albums of 2008”. With jangling and jagged tunes, Ketman as band
has been trying to peel the paint since forming at the beginning of
2003’s long winter. We’ve got dissonant, acrobatic and frantic songs,
shirking off the straightjackets. Inspired by robots praising the sun to
shards of slop pop and interstellar surf.
|7:00pm||Jaggery||Jaggery is an experimental art-rock collective, fronted
by Boston-based singer/songstress mali sastri ~ whose training in the
expressive arts discipline Voice Movement Therapy is evident in her
global-sized voice. Their first music video (‘O Scorpio) won their
director “Most Promising New England Filmmaker 2009” at the Boston
Underground Film Festival.
|7:45pm||Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys||“Really, any fan of the Velvet Underground, the Dresden
Dolls, or those haunted merry-go-rounds that turn up in horror movies
shouldn’t miss Walter and the Toys, who elegantly merge the essence of
all three.” –Boston Globe
|8:35pm||Thrill the World||It’s is an annual worldwide simultaneous dance of
Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” that you can join! Lessons start at 6:30pm
across the plaza, and then the dance on stage and in the audience during
“Casey Desmond’s sophomore disc, No Disguise (Sound Museum) is very much
|10:00pm||Festival ends||Please mention us when you buy from our sponsors!|