Macaulay Culkin's pizza-themed Velvet Underground cover band isn't for everyone.
New York City-based Pizza Underground performed at the U.K.'s Dot to Dot festival and it appears the crowd was a bit too saucy for the band. After just one song the audience reportedly booed and threw pints of beer at the stage, People reports.
"Why are you throwing those? I'd rather drink them," Culkin told the crowd.
The band ultimately left the stage after their second song, and later tweeted a thank you to fans and the fest.
Thank you so much Nottingham and dot to dot. Sorry that a couple people ruined it for everyone.— pizza underground (@cheesedayz) May 25, 2014
Festival organizers said, "After barnstorming sets at both Dot to Dot Manchester and Dot to Dot Bristol, it's such a shame that some members of the crowd had to ruin what was set to be an excellent show. A sentiment echoed by the band themselves. Hopefully they’ll get to play in Nottingham again soon.”
The Pizza Underground is a cover band who change rock classics, like Velvet Underground leader Lou Reed’s “Walk on the Wild Side”, and redo the lyrics to celebrate pizza, such as “Take a Walk on the Wild Slice.”
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