Feb 26, 2016

Further Future Announces Expansive Plans for 2016 Food & Beverage Program


Further Future, a forward-thinking festival just outside Las Vegas with a highly curated selection of chefs, mixologists, musicians, TEDx-worthy collection of speakers, and more.

After an award-winning debut, innovative boutique festival Further Future returns this spring with a groundbreaking food and beverage lineup that features luminary chefs, renowned mixologists, and culinary experts. The highly-anticipated second voyage continues to distinguish itself as a forward-thinking and pioneering event, bringing visionary leaders in music, tech, wellness, and gastronomy for a lavish camping and guest-centric festival experience at the Moapa River Reservation beyond Las Vegas from April 29 - May 1st, 2016. Watch the trailer here.
The festival just unveiled a mouth-watering gastronomy and libations lineup that includes pop-up dinners from legendary chefs, bartender-takeovers from revered Vegas establishments, molecular gastronomy, rare mezcal + Japanese whiskey tastings, and a 24-hour Vendor Village.

Named “Best Music Festival” by Las Vegas Weekly, Further Future pioneers a new dynamic for festivals with lavish pop-up dinners offered from Frank Gorriceta (Nobu), Jason Neroni (The Rose), Arthur Tsui (Three Dice Kitchen), Michael Bryant (The Larchmont), and Sam Marvin (Echo & Rig), each pairing exquisite cuisine with delectable drinks.
On the beverage front, Further Future will bring ENTER.Sake, Gem & Bolt, and The SPKMN Group to serve up artisanal spirits and expertly crafted cocktails. Taking place in the Mojave just outside Vegas from April 29 - May 1, the event offers epicureans an incredible opportunity to wine and dine in a stunning desert setting. In addition, world-renowned musicians like Caribou, Four Tet, Nicolas Jaar, The Pharcyde and 50+ more will perform. 

Seats are limited and must be purchased in advance online. Further Future will also offer a slew of choices to satisfy the festival-goer’s appetite 24 hours a day in the Vendor Village with delectable bites and drinks from SLO-Boy, District One, Makers & Finders Coffee, QFS Tacos, Poutine Your Mouth, Grassroots, Dragon Grille and more. 

Get your tickets here:


SLO-Boy, Maison du Coq, Intuitive Forager, District One, Le Pho, Makers & Finders Coffee, Gelatology, Grassroots, Dragon Grille, QFS Tacos, Three Dice Kitchen, King Hippo, Poutine Your Mouth

Must Be Booked in Advance

Chef Frank Gorriceta, Nobu “Further Future Omakase” - one seating, five-course tasting menu, family style dinner with Enter Sake tasting. $250 per person Nobu dinner, finish the meal with Japanese Whiskey shot.

Chef Sam Marvin of Echo & Rig - This year Sam is focused on seafood with an oyster bar, fresh fish, lobster and crab served as the coursed meal. $150 per person including welcome cocktail and add wine tasting for $30.

Dinner with Jason Neroni, The Rose in Venice - Four-course meal from 9:30pm - 11:30 PM on April 30th for $150 per person with rigatoni with pistachio pesto, country grilled chicken, and more.

Chef Michael Bryant of The Larchmont - Family style dinner, four courses from 6:30pm-8pm. $150 per person including welcome cocktail and add wine tasting for $30.

Sunday Brunch - one long table filled with pastry, charcuterie, caviar, quiche and more. Feast at your own pace and enjoy champagne and bloody mary’s while the party continues. Dishes by DW Bistro and Forte Tapas & Bar. $125 per person includes one bloody mary and one mimosa or $150 for bottomless mimosas.


ENTER.Sake Bar & Bar Gyu+, Mezcal Alter by Gem&Bolt, Japanese Whiskey Tastings, Craft beer on tap, VOID BAR, The SPKMN Group (Francis Harris of Frank & Tony), King Hippo presents Velveteen Rabbit and Herbs & Rye

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