Prince Jackson to host annual 'Thriller' costume party at Jackson family estate

The night will benefit the Heal Los Angeles Foundation.

October 20, 2021, 12:52 PM

Prince Jackson is carrying on the historic legacy of his late father by hosting the annual "Thriller Night" Halloween costume party at the Jackson family estate.

Michael's youngest son, whose full name is Prince Michael Jackson, has teamed with Taj Jackson, son of Tito Jackson, to design an immersive haunted house for the event on Oct. 29 at the Jackson Hayvenhurst mansion in Encino, California.

Thriller Night will benefit Prince Jackson's nonprofit organization, The Heal Los Angeles Foundation.

"I'm so excited to to host our event this year; although we had a virtual event with Omarion in 2020, there's magic on the Hayvenhurst property and it's so great to be able to share it with everyone after we've been cooped up for almost a year," Prince said in a statement.

"Every year we try to outdo ourselves and this year I think we've done just that!"

For the first time, guests will enjoy live performances during Thriller Night. Chris Tucker will deliver a stand-up comedy show, and two-time Grammy winner Elijah Blake will sing.

There will also be a Legacy Room featuring Michael Jackson's most memorable costumes from both the "Thriller" and "Ghost" videos, and an exhibit showcasing of some of his awards, including the plaque for selling 100 million units of the landmark "Thriller" album.

All guest must provide either a negative COVID test within 72 hours or proof of vaccination to attend the event. Tickets can be purchased on the foundation's website.

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