Denny's mosh pit, wacko
[Photo via: YouTube]

Denny’s just released an official statement about the WACKO show that took place Dec. 15. The metal band performed quite a heavy set that night, opening up space for a mosh pit.

The damages exceeded over a thousand dollars that the promoter is expected to pay.

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While this was perhaps the only exciting thing to happen in a Denny’s in years, the gig brought its share of damages.

In a now-deleted Instagram post, the band posted pictures of the damages and was asking for help in covering the broken chairs, tables, and a chandelier.

So lots of shit was broken at the dennys show and the yung ass kid who already dropped hella dough on renting the Denny’s got fucked and now has to pay up to a grands worth of damages from the tables to chairs to the fucking chandelier. if you broke shit on purpose you suck but at least you and any1 who has a heart for what this kid pulled off should donate some money to his ass.

Now, Denny’s has released an official statement. Denny’s claims no employees were aware of the show being thrown.

“Denny’s is a family-friendly restaurant and while we do have banquet space available at some restaurants, we do not allow events that can disrupt the dining experience of our guests. The manager was unaware a concert was planned, and the event organizers have been asked to pay for damages.” Denny’s says in a press release.

“They tell me that the special tonight is Wacko,” shouted an audience member before the band ripped into their set.

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Several attendees posted their own videos from the night. With several points of view, you can see how crazy it really got in the restaurant.

There were also plenty of crowd surfers in attendance as well, making the restaurant feel as if it was an actual venue.

The whole set lasted about twenty minutes and included an encore. Check it out below.

This isn’t the first time the chain has seen a metal band take over. In 2018, a video resurfaced online from 2013 of a band who opened up a pit in another Denny’s.

What do you think of the WACKO show at the Denny’s? Sound off below!

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