The Pizza Underground


Fri, 07/18/2014 - 6:30pm - 11:00pm

Special Announcement

Free Outdoor Performance & Pizza Party at The Oval!


The Awesome Fest & Paramount Pictures "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" have partnered to present the City's largest pizza extravaganza, featuring THE PIZZA UNDERGROUND!

Join us as we eat a lot of pizza, dance to pizza themed songs, and then watch a pizza themed movie, all in front of The Art Museum and all completely free of charge!

The Pizza Underground is an American comedy rock band based in New York City. Namely parodying songs by The Velvet Underground with pizza-themed songs names and lyrics, the group consists of Macaulay Culkin (kazoo, percussion and vocals) along with Matt Colbourn (guitar, vocals), Phoebe Kreutz (glockenspiel, vocals), Deenah Vollmer (pizza box, vocals), and Austin Kilham (tambourine, vocals.

Ang & the Damn Band is Fronted & created by blonde spit-fire, Philadelphia native, Ang Bocca. "The Damn Band" can include a multitude of different musicians on any given occassion making each show unique in its own right. Ang & the Damn Band was born in the local indie, hip-hop, & rockabilly music scenes.

While bursting onto the Philadelphia music scene as the city’s response to the deconstructed blues-rock pioneered by Jack White and The Black Keys, Modern Colour expanded their sound by experimenting with different genres and working with artists representative of each. Though the band is still a straightforward and in-your-face rock n’ roll group, a closer listen reveals layers of hip-hop, neo-soul, R&B, Americana, and funk influences hidden beneath the blues bars and driving drums.

Followed by an outdoor screening of TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES (1990)!

Set times:
Modern Colour: 6:30-7:00
Ang & the Damn Band : 7:15-7:45
The Pizza Underground: 8:15-9:15
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990): 9:20

Beer Garden on site!

Pizza provided by PIZZA HUT! The first 200 slices will be given away for FREE, beginning at 6pm.

The new TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES will open in theaters nationwide August 8

The Oval
Intersection of Benjamin Franklin Parkway & 24th Street (Directly in front of The Art Museum stairs)
Free to attend!