By FWx Editors
Updated September 26, 2016
Credit: Courtesy of Desert Trip

Like seemingly every festival that happens out in the Coachella Valley, next month’s desert trip sold out in a matter of hours. But thanks to a reassessment of the space, you have another chance to see Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney and Neil Young. And eat like royalty to boot. Tickets are back on sale for both weekends of the festival (October 7-9 and October 14-16) after organizers realized they had more room to accommodate people.

While the music has been settled for sometime the food lineup is now settled as well. Unlike Coachella, which, while it boasts excellent food, involves ambling from stall to stall in the hot desert sun, Desert Trip offers a more…refined experience. $179 for a single pass or $499 for a weekend will get you an all you can eat pass from almost two dozen restaurants from around the country in the comfort of an air conditioned lounge. It’s a level of pampering that doesn’t come to many music festivals.

Here’s the complete list of restaurants that will be there:

Roberta’s, Sotto, Hanjip, Pok Pok, NoMad, Top Round, Broken Spanish, Terrine, Plant Food + Wine, Rose Café, Esh, Badmaash, Cannibal, Woodly Proper, Genghis Cohen, Sweetfin Poke plus Bluestar Donuts, After’s Ice Cream, Mallow Mallow, Rocco’s Sweet Shoppe and CoCo Bakes.

Also, like Coachella before it, Desert Trip will include 17 different four-course Oustanding in the Field dinners from the likes of Jonathan Sawyer, Marcus Samuelson and Jenn Louis.

Grab your tickets now. Last time they sold out in three hours—so if history is any indication the new batch won’t last long either.