Las Vegas launches revolutionary food and music immersive experience

Combining ‘bites’ and ‘beats’ to create the newest and most innovative culinary trend

Las Vegas has partnered with internationally renowned music festival, Tomorrowland, to create an innovative new gastronomic festival concept – B-EAT, bringing 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: 21st July – 23rd July and weekend two: 28th July – 30th July) some of Las Vegas’ most exciting chefs 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 will include a three course tasting menu including sea urchin in fine gelee of lemon, veel cheek and tropical cheesecake. Diners will be treated to an open kitchen experience as they watch the chefs, from Las Vegas restaurants such as Joël Robuchon at the MGM Grand and Le Cirque at the Bellagio, create incredible dishes to music from internationally renowned 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 first time, 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 Christophe De Lellis (Executive Chef at Joël Robuchon, at the MGM Grand),Will Bergerhausen (Executive Chef at Le Cirque, at the Bellagio), Jamaal Taherzadeh (Executive Chef at Libertine Social at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino), Joshua Smith (Executive Chef at Bardot Brasserie at Aria), Jonah Resnick (Executive Chef at Carbone at Aria) and Anthony Amoroso (Corporate Executive Chef at MGM Resorts International).

Known as one of the world’s largest and most notable EDM festival, Tomorrowland will welcome renowned DJs including David Guetta, Eric Prydz, Tiësto, Steve Aoki, Armin van Buuren, Deadmau5 and Fat Boy Slim across two weekends, many of whom have residencies in Las Vegas thourghout the year. A number of these top performers will parther 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:

Las Vegas prides itself on being the entertainment capital of the world and home to world class dining experiences, and unparalleled arts, of every genre. In true Vegas style, we are the first destination ever to partner with Tomorrowland and are delighted to work alongside these incredible chefs and DJs to debut these one of a kind immersive sessions for revellers attending this year’s Tomorrowland festival.

To learn more about Las Vegas’ culinary offering visit www.lasvegas.com/uk

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