Disco Dining Club's A Very Psychedelic Seder
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Due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, this Psychedelic Seder event has been postponed, with plans to reschedule at a later time, most likely for summer 2020. You can keep up with more local event cancelations here.
Buy the ticket, take the ride: The mad geniuses at one of L.A.'s most eccentric events companies are at it again and this time you'll be taking a "culinary trip to [their] promised land."
Disco Dining Club is celebrating Passover the grooviest way it knows how: with an LSD-themed seder dinner that draws parallels between the story of Passover and "psychedelic liberation." Expect live performances, a shuttle bus between locations, plenty of cannabis and—per usual for one of their dinner parties—a totally immersive setting.
Every ticket to A Very Psychedelic Seder includes a bedouin-inspired feast from Parisa Parnian of design and food studio Savage Muse; wine and other themed alcoholic concoctions; and gift bags with "elevated" snacks for a truly high holiday.
The latest wild, colorful and far-out event from Disco Dining Club is a collab with Savage Muse and psychedelics magazine DoubleBlind, and requires visitors meet at Echo Park Lake at 3pm on April 19. From there, you'll step into a shuttle bus and be whisked away to their secret seder location. Like we (and Hunter S. Thompson) said: Buy the ticket, take the ride.