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Wendy’s has been no stranger to mixing music and fast food. From roasting some of our favorite bands to letting two bands perform inside, they’ve always been supportive in their own way. Now, the chain has partnered with Har Mar Superstar for one of the most unique concert experiences ever.

The fast food chain is upping that previously mentioned impromptu Knoxville, Tennessee show by organizing one of their own. In celebration of their current Baconfest promotion—which you guessed it, is all about bacon—the brand organized a show under the same name inside one of their restaurants.

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This week, Wendy’s announced their live and totally on-point Baconcert featuring Har Mar Superstar. With it, they launched a livestream for those who couldn’t make it to Minneapolis.

Wendy’s also partnered with Door Dash for free Baconators using the code BACONCERT.

Despite the disbelief, Wendy’s assured customers they really were holding a show for bacon.

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Wendy’s rep Lindsay Carolla revealed to The Current that the promotion was inspired by that aforementioned pop-up show featuring metalcore band Capital Vice and pop-punk act Makena.

“We wanted to share our love of our bacon with everybody else,” Carolla says. “When you think of a festival, you think of music, good times, and good food, so we wanted to bring that to a local Wendy’s.”

Har Mar Superstar changed his lyrics to be about Wendy’s menu items, according to someone in attendance. “Every single time @harmarsuperstar changed lyrics to be about @wendys menu items or bacon @fantasticplanet_ smiled this big and it was as fantastic as the baconators were,” the user wrote.

Both Har Mar Superstar and those in attendance shared some other snaps from the show.

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According to The Current, a restaurant employee confirmed the stream hit 50,000 people. Carolla also suggested that the Minneapolis pop-up may not be the last Baconfest. The rep hinted that a Midwest city such as Chicago or even a mini tour could be happening in the future.

You can check out the livestream below.

Would you go to your local Wendy’s to check out a show? Sound off in the comments below.

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