What to Put In Your Mouth at Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas

What to Put In Your Mouth at Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas

by Eunyce
06.13.2014

As Electric Daisy Carnival draws near with headliners packing into the Las Vegas Motor Speedway next weekend, Insomniac will be taking their music festival to the next level and introduce their New Premier Dining Option & Wedding Package Details for the music festival. Fans will be able to enjoy three-course gourmet meals, food truck fare, catered wedding receptions and more.

An amazing line of food trucks will be ready to serve you. Look for Bake My Day Cupcakes, Can't Dutch This, Dragon Grille, Lobsta Trap, Oming's Kitchen, Sausagefest, Sin City Dogs, Sully's Taste of Chicago, The Hummus Factory, Truk-N-Yaki and Wa Da Pho spread all over the grounds of the festival. Local restaurants including Desnudo Tacos, District One, Nacho Daddy, Naked City Pizza Shop and SkinnyFats also plan to be on hand for the festival.

The VIP Dining Deck will return for the second year and offer a seated, multi-course dinner from Chef Keven Lee, the executive chef of My World on a Plate Catering & Events as well as the former chef at Lutece. As festival-goers enjoy the views overlooking the KineticFIELD stage. Recognized as one of Hollywood’s hottest culinary masterminds, Chef Lee in conjunction with Kitchen24 will prepare three courses of gourmet cuisine that draws inspiration from the energetic atmosphere of the dusk-till-dawn festival.

VIP ticket holders who have already booked a reserved time slot will begin their culinary journey with bite-sized hors d'œuvres, followed by a choice of an appetizer such as the Electric Fruit Bowl or Graffiti Tacos. The main, and final course will feature four options including a Kobe Kong Massive Meatball served with grilled garlic broccoli, White Cheddar, Barley and Polenta Cake that can also be supplemented with tofu as a vegan option, Furamaki Ahi Tuna, or a turkey burger on a fresh brioche bun.

Reservations are available in two-hour time slots between 8 p.m. and 4 a.m. Book up to eight guest per table for $75 each here.

For those that are looking for a quick bite, the VIP Café will offer tastes from Las Vegas food trucks Dragon Grille, Quality Food Service and That’s Amore as well as tastes from Chef Lee. Menu items will span across various cultures and include beef brisket, Asian-marinated chicken, pork dumplings, meatball sandwiches, sausage and pepper sandwiches, carne asada fries, and the PLUR smoothie that mixes pineapple, lemonade, ume plum and raspberry for a cool treat.

The Café deck will be open from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. and will allow guests to choose a specially curated meal from one of the gourmet food tucks. In order to gain access, fans need to purchase a pass for $60, which will give them access to one specialty meal per day during all three days of the festival. These passes can be purchased in advance online or on site at the host stand.

Also, for the second year in a row, EDC will be providing fans with the exciting opportunity to get married at the festival and, for the first time, this year’s wedding packages will also include reception options for the entire wedding party to enjoy. The first package, available for $35 per person, will include passed appetizers, a celebratory champagne toast and dedicated wait staff. The second option priced at $125 per person, will also include a choice of an entrée from the VIP Dining Deck menu and a commemorative bottle of champagne for the bride and groom signed by the Insomniac team. Cake options are also available by special request.

Reservations are required and groups must be a minimum of six people. For more information on booking a wedding ceremony or reception at EDC, visit: http://www.electricdaisycarnival.com/tickets/weddings or contact vip@insomniac.com.  
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