Jack Harlow has a new partnership with Kentucky Fried Chicken.
On Monday, December 13, it was announced that the Grammy-nominated artist from Louisville, Ky. Has teamed up with KFC and its parent company Yum! Brands will jointly donate $ 250,000 to the American Red Cross to support those affected by a deadly tornado that claimed at least 74 lives in the western region of the state on Saturday.
Community members can help with KFC’s American Red Cross tornado relief efforts by donating online. President Joe Biden is also expected to visit Kentucky after the tragic disaster.
âGrowing up, I always dreamed of being that guy who would put Kentucky on the map of the music scene,â Harlow said in a statement. âBut teaming up with an iconic national staple like KFC, Kentucky’s biggest brand, is truly an honor. I look forward to all the amazing things that we are going to do together.
Harlow will kick off its new partnership with KFC on Tuesday with a No Place Like Home concert series at the Louisville Palace Theater. He will also perform on site on December 15, 17 and 18. Tickets are available for purchase online.
Some fans may enjoy a KFC Chicken Sandwich in custom Harlow wrapper from a KFC food truck during the festivities. Attendees of two of the No Place Like Home shows will also be entertained by a giant KFC Bucket Boombox playing Harlow’s chart-topping tracks outside the venue.
Harlow’s one-year collaboration with KFC will include branding campaigns, social media activations, new menu item launches and exclusive experiences.
Watch the KFC x Jack Harlow partnership trailer below: