TomorrowWorld, the huge electronic music festival that has taken over a Chattahoochee Hills farms for the weekend, offers one of the most ambitious food programs you’re likely to find at an outdoor event.
Scores of stalls — all operated by foodservice giant Levy Restaurants — serve drinks, meals and snacks to more than 50,000 festival-goers daily as music booms from one or more of the eight stages spread over the property. You order a burger, you shout a lot.
If you’re familiar with the mother ship — i.e., the TomorrowLand music festival that happens annually in Belgium — you might find that the choices here are less eclectic (no Korean food, for instance) and less “cheffy.” In Belgium, the organizers collaborate with Michelin-starred chefs to serve VIP meals. There’s even a small restaurant built right into the main stage for VVVIPs, who dine behind a glass wall.
But there’s a lot to consider here in Georgia:
- by John Kessler for the Food & More blog