Electric Daisy Carnival 2013

Electric Daisy Carnival offers VIP dining experience for the first time

The third and final night of the 2012 Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday, June 10, 2012.
Photo: Tom Donoghue/DonoghuePhotography.com

The VIP dining cuisine is courtesy of Top Chef: Seattle's Nyesha Arrington.

Partying all night at the Electric Daisy Carnival can work up quite the appetite, and this year some festival goers won’t have to settle for the usual food court fare.

That’s because a three-course, gourmet meal will be available to 21+ VIP ticket holders for the first time, with Top Chef: Seattle contestant Nyesha Arrington calling the shots in the kitchen. The dining experience is priced at $100 plus tax and service charge, with a minimum seating of four per table and a maximum of eight.

The makeshift restaurant, located at the VIP area of the festival’s Kinetic Field area, includes 30 café tables with views of the main stage and an air-conditioned bar. That means you can watch Tiesto play for 60,000 people while sipping on a scotch and soda and enjoying some sophisticated snacks – basically, this gives a whole new meaning to “vibe dining.”

Reservations can be made for six two-hour time slots each night, beginning at 6 p.m. and ending at 4 a.m. So, are you an EDM-loving, foodie baller? Reservations are currently being taken at electricdaisycarnival.com/dining.php.


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