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EDC grub: VIP Dining Deck returns, local food trucks added to the lineup

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Festival goers listen to Avicii during night 2 of the Electric Daisy Carnival, Saturday June 22, 2013.
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Partying all night can work up quite an appetite, and from past experiences at the Electric Daisy Carnival, we know Insomniac got that memo (taco dogs FTW!).

But with the nation’s largest dance music fest going down at the speedway, it just makes sense to have a few food trucks there. Right?

Insomniac got that memo, too, as the event company is inviting a fleet of local food trucks to this year's three-day festival, June 20-22. Festival goers can snack on everything from done-up dogs to cupcakes to Asian-inspired bites throughout the festival grounds, as the lineup features 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.

In addition to those mobile kitchens, EDC attendees can fuel up on grub from a number of local restaurants including Desnudo Tacos, District One, Nacho Daddy, Naked City Pizza and SkinnyFats.

Looking for a more refined dining experience? EDC’s VIP Dining Deck is returning for a second year at the main Kinetic Field stage, where beats by big-room beatmeisters are complemented by fine-dining selections with colorful names like the "Kobe Kong Massive Meatball." Sit-down, multi-course meals will be prepared by Hollywood-based chef Keven Lee, and reservations are only available to those with VIP or Cabana wristbands. The dining deck can accommodate up to eight guests to a table, with tickets priced at $75 per person. Want something delicious and fast? VIP Café passes are also available for $60, which gains attendees access to one “specialty meal” per day, with options prepared by chef Lee and local food trucks Dragon Grille, Quality Food Service and That’s Amore.

Whatever your dining price point may be, Insomniac has you covered when it comes to festival grub—with Las Vegas eateries to boot.

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