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The Jonas Brothers Are Teaming Up with Friendly’s for a Trio of Limited-Edition Ice Cream Sundaes

Friendly’s is now offering Jonas Brothers ice cream sundaes for Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas, to celebrate their world tour

Although the Jonas Brothers notoriously have an affinity for Waffle House, the band is now dedicating their love to another fast-casual chain.

In celebration of the brothers’ latest international tour, called The Tour, Friendly’s locations nationwide are now letting fans choose between the Joe Sundae, the Nick Sundae, and the Kevin Sundae (or all three — we won’t judge).

According to a press release Friendly’s shared with PEOPLE, the Joe Sundae features one scoop of mint chocolate chip ice cream, one scoop of chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream, and one scoop of chocolate ice cream. It’s topped with hot fudge, crushed Oreos, M&M’s, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, whipped cream, and cherries. For a slightly lighter option, the Nick Sundae combines fat-free vanilla frozen yogurt, Reese’s Pieces, and bananas, and it’s topped with peanut butter sauce and whipped cream.

And finally, for any chocoholics out there, the Kevin Sundae is made up of chocolate, Butter Crunch ice cream, and Forbidden Chocolate ice cream. It’s drizzled with caramel, hot fudge, and whipped cream. Each option will be available for a limited time, through Dec. 9.

This partnership comes as no surprise, as the Jonas Brothers have been avid fans of the fast-casual chain for decades now.

“We’ve been hooked on Friendly’s since we were little,” Kevin Jonas stated in the press release. “Fun fact: We decided on the band’s name at our local Friendly’s back in 2005, while chowing down on Monster Mash sundaes. So, we’re beyond excited to have this opportunity to relive our childhoods and create our own signature Friendly’s creations!”

Meanwhile, the Friendly’s Fan Club is also running a sweepstakes, which will reward one lucky fan with two tickets to the Jonas Brothers’ final tour stop in Brooklyn, New York. The winnings will include airfare, and a hotel stay for the winner and their plus-one. Also, at two unannounced stops on The Tour, concert-goers will receive a coupon booklet that could get them free weekly Friendly’s Fribbles for a year.

The Tour, which was first announced in May, includes shows across North America, Australia, New Zealand and Europe. The tour’s tagline reads “Five Albums. One Night. The Tour,” because the band is playing songs from five of their most popular albums: Jonas Brothers (2007), A Little Bit Longer (2008), Lines, Vines and Trying Times (2009), Happiness Begins (2019), and The Album (2023).

In an exclusive interview with PEOPLE in August, Nick said the nature of the tour was both challenging and exciting.

“It’s our most ambitious show we’ve ever put on, in the sense that building out five albums in one night was a challenge that I don’t think we fully understood after we’d already put it on sale,” he said. “[But] it’s amazing to just go back and look at the road that brought us to this moment now.”

This news comes a week after Joe Jonas filed for divorce from actress Sophie Turner. Although a source told PEOPLE both parties are trying to “keep things as positive as possible,” he addressed the drama during a recent L.A. show.

“It’s been a crazy week,” he said. “I just want to say, if you don’t hear it from these lips, don’t believe it. Okay? Thank you, everyone, for the love and support to me and my family. I love you guys.”