Las Vegas Returns to Tomorrowland!

Following the success at Tomorrowland 2017, Las Vegas is returning to the internationally renowned festival with the creative and innovative gastronomic food concept – B-EAT

B-EAT brings together some of the world’s leading chefs and DJs to celebrate the fusion of food and music. Performing side by side across two weekends (weekend one: 20th – 22nd July and weekend two: 27th – 29th July) some of Las Vegas’ most exciting chefs from restaurants including Morimoto Las Vegas and Joël Robuchon will share the stage with world class DJs, to create the ultimate sensory experience – bites and beats combined.

Each session will last for an hour and guests will enjoy a four course tasting menu including a waffle sashimi garden, king crab navet and crab agnolotti. Revellers will be treated to an open kitchen experience as they watch the chefs, from Las Vegas restaurants such as Jean Georges Steakhouse at ARIA Resort & Casino Las Vegas and Michael Mina, create incredible dishes to music from internationally acclaimed DJs.

From Nobu Matsuhisa to Guy Savoy, Wolfgang Puck, Gordon Ramsay and Joël Robuchon, Las Vegas is home to some of the world’s biggest culinary giants. Debuting the culinary concept for the second year in a row, Las Vegas will showcase its incredible gastronomic credentials at this year’s Tomorrowland festival taking place in Brussels, Belgium later this month. Among the top chefs hosting B-EATS sessions will be Masaharu Morimoto (Chef and Owner at Morimoto Las Vegas), Christophe De Lellis (Executive Chef at Joël Robuchon, at the MGM Grand), Bruno Riou (Executive Chef at Rivea, at Delano Las Vegas), Sean Griffin (Executive Chef at Jean Georges Steakhouse, at ARIA Resort & Casino Las Vegas), Nicholas Sharpe (Executive Chef at Michael Mina, at Bellagio Las Vegas) and Lee Bennett (Property Assistant Executive Chef at The Mirage).

Known as one of the world’s largest and most notable electronic music festival, Tomorrowland will welcome renowned DJs including Tiësto, Steve Aoki, Afrojack, Eric Prydz and French Montana across two weekends, many of whom have residencies in Las Vegas throughout the year. A number of the world renowned DJs performing at the festival will partner with Las Vegas’ culinary talent for a sensory experience like no other.

Cathy Tull, Senior Vice President of Marketing at the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority commented: “As the entertainment capital of the world, Las Vegas prides itself on the multitude of dining experiences and the vast range of world-class DJ residencies on offer in the destination. After such an exciting and successful experience in 2017, Las Vegas is delighted to return to work alongside Tomorrowland and the incredible DJs and chefs to go even bigger and better with the immersive and one of a kind B-EAT sessions for food and music lovers alike.”

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