A collaboration we never saw coming but something we’re glad is here, the KFC Feastival with Peking Duk!
The Colonel himself will be taking over Cockatoo Island alongside his cooked mates, Peking Duk. It’s an interesting idea, especially considering that you get a burger with your admission!
If a music festival on Cockatoo Island with Peking Duk and Yolngu rapper, Baker Boy, headlining wasn’t enough, it’s also an opportunity to try KFC’s very limited new burger, the Peking Cluk burger. This burger was created in collaboration with both Peking Duk and TikToker, Dimisimlim. It features a KFC Original Recipe patty of fried chicken coated in hoisin glaze and then topped with dry spring onions, cabbage slaw, and cucumbers.
Peking Duk said in a statement,
Chief Marketing Officer of KFC Australia, Kristi Woolrych, believes that this is one way KFC can help the music scene recover in the aftermath of the pandemic. “KFC’s commitment to the music industry has never been more important, given the pressure the industry has faced in recent years. We’re proud and excited to be able to partner with such amazing talent not only on an incredible gig but to be able to cement our music relationship with the launch of the first artist collaboration product in Australia.”
Key times are:
- Gates Open: 2:00pm
- Local DJ’s: 2:00pm
- Ebony Boadu: 3:15pm
- Thandi Phoenix: 4:00pm
- Baker Boy: 5:00pm
- Peking Duk: 6:00pm
- End: 7:00pm
The gig will hit March 13th, 2022, and tickets are now available at Moshtix for just $55.
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