‘Killer Klowns from Outer Space’ celebrates 30 years with a live-to-film concert
John Massari

It’s been 30 years since the science fiction/horror/comedy film “Killer Klowns from Outer Space” both horrified and delighted fans. Marking the occasion, there will be a Kosmic Klown circus happening on Saturday, May 19, at The Montalbán Theatre in Hollywood. The show comes complete with stilt walkers, balloon artists, contortionists, fortune tellers, magicians, the Killer Klowns and more. “Killer Klowns” composer, John Massari, is pulling out all the stops in order to give the classic cult film a proper anniversary celebration.

Massari will be conducting the Hollywood Chamber Orchestra while they play the original score performed live as the movie is being screened. Los Angeles punk band, The Dickies, will also be there to perform the “Killer Klowns from Outer Space” theme song.

Before the show, guests will be treated to a Q&A featuring Stephen Chiodo (writer/director), Charles Chiodo (writer/art director), Edward Chiodo (writer/producer), Grant Cramer (Mike Tobacco), Suzanne Snyder (Debbie Stone), members of The Dickies, and composer John Massari. The panel will be moderated by Jim Branscome of Cinematic Void.

Tickets are available now. Click here for additional details.