Luke Bryan was the focus of a bacon tribute over the weekend in Marshall, Wisc., ahead of a stop on his Farm Tour.
Fifty pounds of bacon were used to create “Pork Bryan”.
The Bryan bacon statue is two feet tall and not edible, as it takes the sculptor days, if not weeks, to perfect this masterpiece.
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Yep, you read that right. It’s @lukebryan in bacon! https://t.co/I896bqX1Sm
— Taste of Country (@TasteOfCountry) September 13, 2021
Bacon fans may recall five years ago a meat artist created Bacon Chris Stapleton ahead of LouFest in St. Louis. It took just over 150 stripes of bacon to create.
Chris Stapleton and a sculpture of Chris Stapleton made out of bacon. #ChrisStapleton pic.twitter.com/DyOti0BlO6
— Dean Miller (@deanmillermusic) September 22, 2016
Bryan’s Farm Tour is an annual mini-tour that puts a charitable focus on rural communities nationwide. In addition to playing on an actual farm, the singer has created a scholarship for young people working in a rural settings. He himself grew up as the son of a peanut farmer, in Georgia.