Jun 15, 2015

EDC Las Vegas Dining Options Include New Gourmet Food Trucks Plus More

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Written by: Suzanne Welker Jurgens

Brand new at Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC), Las Vegas this year is The Terrace at kinecticFIELD, the festival’s trendy restaurant, which will make its debut to VIP and Marquee SkyDeck ticket holders.  In addition there are casual fine dining options including a cafe and gourmet food trucks.

“At this year’s EDC Las Vegas, we are offering a better and larger variety of culinary options than ever before. From a three-course, fine dining experience at The Terrace to gourmet food trucks with healthy options, there is something for every festivalgoer.” –  Pasquale Rotella, Founder and CEO of Insomniac


Food Trucks
Diverse food trucks will scatter the festival grounds throughout the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, providing attendees with a selection of unique and health-conscious gourmet menus.  New this year, food trucks will be placed in VIP areas at cosmicMEADOW and circuitGROUNDS, allowing for quicker VIP access to a wide assortment of dining options.

  • New food trucks at EDC Las Vegas include:
  • Organic 50 Shades of Green
  • Gourmet burgers from Baby’s BadAss Burgers
  • Seafood fare from Cousins Maine Lobster
  • Tex-Mex inspired Senor Blues
  • Healthy yogurt parfaits from Bowl of Heaven
  • Frozen drinks at Longshot Coffee
  • Delectable rice bowls from Angel’s Fried Rice
  • Along with many more options


VIP Café Terrace

Returning to this year’s is the VIP Café Terrace, a casual, fine-dining option for VIP ticket holders looking to enjoy a quick and casual bite to eat. With a new menu created by celebrity chef Keven Lee and an amazing variety of dining options, delicious eats await every attendee’s taste buds. A three-day package is offered which includes one freshly prepared meal per day. Here, festivalgoers can feast upon specially crafted dishes such as Ironed Grilled Cheese, Step and Wok Noodle Bowl, LOADED Wonton Nachos, Spicy Tuna Electro Roll, “The Morning After” Chicken and Waffles, and Dizzy Cloud Tacos.

  • The VIP Café Terrace opens its doors from 7 am to 5 am each night.
  • Complimentary passed appetizers will be served from 7 pm to 9 pm.
  • Fans must have a VIP or Marquee SkyDeck wristband to enjoy this amenity. No reservations are necessary and tables and seating are first come, first serve.
  • Three-day VIP passes for the VIP Café Terrace can be purchased in advance online for $88, here or during the festival at the host stand.

EDCLV 3 Course Seated Dining Menu

The Terrace

The debut of The Terrace restaurant offers a seated, high-end dining experience with a gorgeous view of EDC Las Vegas’ largest stage, kineticFIELD. Hollywood’s culinary mastermind Chef Keven Lee has returned to helm of EDC kitchens once again, creating a new multi-course dinner menu with the likes of Hypnotic Tacos, Massive Attack Wagyu Style and The Kale and Quinoa Charge. Each dish seamlessly infuses the energy and artistic design of EDC Las Vegas into its flavor and presentation. Guests are also invited to start the celebration early or stay and watch the sunrise at The Terrace’s full-service bar, featuring festival-inspired Smirnoff cocktails. Reservations for seated dinners are available with two-hour time slots from 9 pm to 3 am. The entire delicious menu as well as available reservations can be viewed and booked online prior to the festival. Guests must have a VIP or Marquee SkyDeck wristband to visit The Terrace.

Reservations for The Terrace as well as the entire menu can be viewed and purchased here, priced at $140 per person.

A very limited number of VIP tickets for EDC Las Vegas are available for purchase at General admission passes are sold out. Shuttle passes, lockers and hotel deals are also available at

About the Author

Suzanne Welker Jurgens
Suzanne Welker Jurgens has been involved in the publishing world for over 12 years. She has worked at several business technology magazines such as Business 2.0 and The Industry Standard, as well other magazine titles such as Allure, Yoga Journal and Dwell. In 2012, Suzanne decided that it was time to marry her passion of music with her extensive experience in media and jumped feet first into developing When she is not helping break the latest Schulz Army and The Scene is Dead news, you will find her at events waving the Schulz Army flag and passing out "Down the Rabbit Hole We Go!" wristbands. Suzanne is also part of the TranceFamily SF team and helps out at local trance events hosted by Sondra Productions and Phoria Events.



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