Get a free slice and break a record Saturday for the largest outdoor pizza party in Orlando

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Get a free slice this Saturday on Church Street when you join hundreds of people trying to break a record for hosting the largest outdoor pizza party in Orlando.

GRAPHIC VIA PIZZAPALOOZA
  • Graphic via PizzaPalooza
PizzaPalooza starts at noon and goes until 4 p.m. on April 20 and is being hosted by the City of Orlando, Church Street District, GratSee and Grand Openings, according to a news release.



Aside from free pizza from Flippers Pizzeria, Mellow Mushroom and Pizza @ Lake Eola, there will also be free breadsticks and salad. The food is first come first serve to the first 1,000 attendees, and you can RSVP here.

There will also be live entertainment, vendors and a kids play zone. Orlando City Soccer will be hosting their community block party next to Pizza Palooza to "help secure the crowd," the news release says.



"We had to be a part of this party," says Mark Brisson, Flippers' marketing director. "You can’t talk about pizza in Orlando without having our own local chain of artisan pizzas not represented."

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