Macaulay Culkin's Pizza-Focused Velvet Underground Tribute Is Coming To Dallas.
Dallas-dwelling '90s fetishists surely must've felt as if they'd hit the jackpot back in November, when it was revealed that an area man was looking to reunite Vanilla Ice and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for a gig in February. And now that said performance has been confirmed as very much happening — while also now featuring Coolio, Rob Base and more! — it stands to reason that those nostalgic folks, as a whole, are currently pleased as punch.
But the '90s hits just keep on coming, turns out.
This afternoon, local talent buying agency Parade of Flesh just announced that it will be bringing Macauley Culkin's pizza-centric Velvet Underground tribute act The Pizza Underground, which is indeed a real thing, to town for a gig on Wednesday, March 12, at Club Dada.
Culkin, you'll no doubt recall, was the star of the phenomenal Christmas classic Home Alone (among other '90s hits, including Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, My Girl and The Good Son), which makes this Christmas Eve Eve announcement rather fitting. He sings vocals and plays kazoo in The Pizza Underground.
Tickets will run $13 in advance right here, and $15 at the door.
Of course, we'd be remiss not to take this opportunity to share a couple more Parade of Flesh scores also revealed lately. The entity has also announced that it had added a handful of acts to its already-impressive Spillover Music Festival offerings coming on March 16. Now joining the likes of Ty Segall, Dum Dum Girls, and The Coathangers on the bill are: Deafheaven, who slayed Dada back in June and whose Sunbather LP is perhaps the most universally praised metal album of 2013; Brooklyn noise-rock duo Japanther; Minnesota-based R&B singer and comedy podcaster Har Mar Superstar; and Pennsylvania death metal outfit Full of Hell; Portland dream-pop outfit Blouse; Los Angeles beach-punk trio Upset; and Atlanta noise-rock outfit Whores.
Tickets to Spillover can be purchased in advance for $19.99 right here
2014 Spillover Festival Lineup To Date:
Dum Dum Girls
Full of Hell
Har Mar Superstar
Son of Stand