KFC partners with ARIA winning musicians and all-around legends Peking Duk to create the ultimate burger collab – The Peking Cluk Burger
Peking Duk headline KFC’s Feastival on Cockatoo Island with support from Baker Boy and Thandi Phoenix this March
Wednesday 16 February 2022 – Sydney, Australia: When it comes to iconic duos, Aussies can’t get enough. Sure, you’ve heard of Kath & Kim, Bunnings & snags, and even Rhonda & Ketut, but… did someone say KFC AND PEKING DUK?! In what can only be described as the collab of the decade, KFC has boogied into the kitchen with Aussie legends Peking Duk to create the ultimate feed – The Peking Cluk Burger!
If you’ve ever thought to yourself, “Geez, wouldn’t a Peking Duck Pancake flavoured burger be absolutely scrumptious?!” Then look no further as KFC’s latest creation in partnership with Kentucky Fried Cookin’ alum Dimsimlim and the Peking Duk boys - The Peking Cluk Burger - is your one-stop cluckin’ shop. With KFC’s Original Recipe chicken fillets, a cucumber and spring onion slaw, and a hoisin glaze sauce, it’s going to have your tastebuds literally peaking. So, what are you waiting for? Now you can go listen to Peking Duk while eating the Peking Cluk burger – what a time to be alive.
And if you’re wondering where you can get your mitts on one of these bad boys, you’ll need to snag yourself a ticket to KFC’s Feastival on Cockatoo Island on Sunday, March 13th. KFC will be throwing the ultimate end of summer sunset sesh in the middle of Sydney Harbour, where they’ll be handing out free Peking Cluk burgers all day long. But be warned, this is the only time and only place you’ll be able to enjoy this cluckin’ delight, so grab a ticket, pick out ya Sunday best and get ready to cut some shapes. Good chicken and good tunes, sign me up!
Coming in hot off their recent single ‘Chemicals’ placing 42 in this year’s Hottest 100, Peking Duk will headline KFC’s Feastival on Cockatoo Island, bringing their energetic and exhilarating live show to the stage. Along for the feastivities are Yolngu man, rapper, and dancer – Baker Boy, fresh off the release of his latest album – Gela. Thandi Phoenix will also take the stage, showcasing her powerhouse vocals and smooth blend of pop and electronic. Proceeds from the ticket sales will support Aussie youth's mental well-being through the KFC Youth Foundation and its charity partners: The Black Dog Institute, ReachOut Australia and Whitelion.
Kristi Woolrych, CMO KFC Australia, said: “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.”
Peking Duk said: “We’re cluckin’ stoked to be teaming up with KFC to pair together two of our favourite things; good tunes and good food. As lovers of the fried gold, working with KFC to create our own burger really is the dream, plus we can’t wait to play our music for you while you’re eating the burger - the perfect score to the perfect meal at Cockatoo Island.”
Tickets are on sale for $50 plus booking fee and you can grab them HERE