Eat, Drink and Be Married at EDC

Electric Daisy Carnival attendees who managed to pry themselves from the main stage last year may have noticed couples getting hitched during the festivities—whether legitimate or “raver married” with a just-for-fun certificate. But what do the newlyweds do afterward? Celebrate with a commemorative funnel cake and a vodka Red Bull? Sure, if that’s how you roll. But you could also class up the celebration on the VIP dining deck, courtesy of Hollywood’s Kitchen24.

“This is the first year where we’re providing the option to have a wedding reception on the dining deck,” says Kitchen24’s Kimberly Roussel. “This is a unique experience, because anyone can get up on the VIP deck if you order this wedding package. There are a couple of options: You can either have tray-passed hors d’oeuvres and Champagne for $35 per person for a two-hour reception, or you can have a sit-down dinner. You can order off the menu, or we can do a menu for $125 a head that comes with Champagne. We can also do a custom wedding cake with notice.”

So, to recap: That’s two hours of VIP status with bubbles and bites for $35 per person, just for saying “I do.” And the fake vows are free. OK, where do we propose?

Still, if you’re not feeling matrimonial, noncommittal types who already have a VIP ticket can still take advantage of superior dining options: either a quick bite for while you hang on the deck overlooking Kinetic Field ($60 for a three-day, three-meal pass), or a three-course sit-down dinner courtesy of Los Angeles’ chef Keven Lee for $75. And of course you can still order booze.

Visit to make your reservation (and all of your friends jealous).

Also added for this year:

⇐ A new three-day VIP parking pass allows easy access to a special Speedway lot for $120.

⇐ Snapchat will provide free Wi-Fi access to Snapchat as well as the Insomniac mobile app; you just need to have both apps downloaded on your phone before you arrive at the festival.