Wynn Announces Revelry Culinary Festival

Event To Follow The World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards

Early June in Las Vegas is getting more and more delicious by the day. Wynn Las Vegas has announced Revelry, a brand new four-day culinary festival that will debut on June 5, the same day The World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards are handed out.

Introducing Revelry

Tickets for the Icons Dinner are $2,000

The Awards will involve nearly a week’s worth of celebrations and activities, culminating in a June 5 award ceremony at Wynn Las Vegas. That’s the same day that Revelry kicks off, with an East Meets Best Collaboration Dinner at Wynn’s Wing Lei, spotlighting the cuisine of Chef Xian Ming Yu (Wing Lei). Chef Andre Chiang  (Sichuan Moon at Wynn Palace, Maccau), Chef Tam Kwok Fung (Chef Tam’s Seasons at Wynn Palace), Chef Henry Zhang (Golden Flower at Wynn Macau) and Chef Jen Yee (Executive Pastry Chef at Wynn Las Vegas).

Other Revelry events include a Master Class Cocktail Collaboration at Casa Playa and a 50 Best Signature Series: Icons Dinner crossover events at Lakeside on June 6, an All-Star Chefs Dinner at Lakeside on June 7 and a massive grand tasting called The Feast on Wynn’s Event Pavilion and Lawn on June 8. Chefs and mixologists at those events will include Mariena Mercer Boarini (Wynn), Kate Gerwin (Happy Accidents), Daniel Humm (Eleven Madison Park), Junghyun Park (Atomix), Thomas Keller (The French Laundry, Per Se, Bouchon), Kyle Connaughton (Single Thread), Dominique Crenn (Atelier Crenn), Pía Salazar (Nuema) and Dominique Ansel (Dominique Ansel Bakery). Ticket prices start at $195 for the cocktail class and $300 for The Feast and go all the way up to $2,000 for the Icons Dinner.

You can find details on all the Revelry events, with ticket prices, at LasVegasRevelry.com/Tickets.

The 50 Best, For Locals

East Meets Best tickets on sale 5/6

Last October, the World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards organizers joined the Las Vegas Convention And Visitors Authority at Wynn Las Vegas to announce that Las Vegas would serve as the Awards’ host city for 2024. At that event, Awards spokesperson Tim Brooke-Webb told the Food and Loathing podcast that in addition to multiple VIP events at Wynn Las Vegas, Resorts World and The Venetian, the week leading up to the June 5 award ceremony would include numerous off-Strip events open to the public.

“It’s going to be the biggest food week, I think, that this city sees,” promised Brooke-Webb.

Later that evening, speaking to the Food and Loathing podcast, he noted that while most of their official events will be closed to the public, there will be locally focused events targeted explicitly to Las Vegas foodies.

“We will have a series of events happening called the Signature Sessions … where we will work with local restaurants, and we will bring in the 50 Best Chefs, and get them to partner up with chefs locally, in their restaurants, and create unique dining experiences. And those are completely open to the public. So it’s an amazing opportunity to come and eat some of the best chefs in the world’s food, in your own city.”

So far, no details have been announced for any Signature Sessions events.