We still have a limited number of VIP tickets to see and meet Food Network star and Chef Robert Irvine on Sunday, December 6, 2015 at the Paramount in Huntington!
This all new multi-media and multi-sensory event features never-before-seen interviews, cooking challenges, Q&A and a whole heaping helping of audience participation!
Here’s how it goes: you choose the challenges, and Chef Irvine does the impossible. Audience will spin a digital wheel, which is incorporated into the screen projection to choose everything from time limits to ingredients to the challenge itself. Chef has no knowledge of the culinary challenges he is about to receive, and he’ll need your help to conquer them. No recipes. No script. No holds barred. Depending on the challenges chosen for the evening, up to 30 people may be called onstage to participate!
Even if you don’t get called up on stage, you can still be a part of the show! Tweets and posts on Facebook collected prior to the show and during intermission are incorporated into the performance. Whether it’s questions, challenges, or just something funny, it could end up in the show! All new, never-before-seen video content has been produced specifically for this show and in between each challenge are videos that include interview footage of Robert retelling experiences from his military service, working for the royal family, his shows on Food Network, and his charity work. From the start to the end, everything in this show is all new and even better than before!
Long Island Cares has a limited number of VIP tickets so you can enjoy the Chef Irvine VIP Package experience! This ticket package includes access to a private cooking seminar, food tasting, and meet and greet opportunity with Chef Irvine. This package also includes your ticket to the main event. VIP Tickets are $175 each and net proceeds will support the Long Island Cares’ Endowment Fund. To reserve your VIP experience, please contact Claire Fratello at (631) 582-3663 x 102 or email: [email protected]
Chef Irvine is also hosting a food drive to support Long Island Cares, Inc. – The Harry Chapin Food Bank. Bring a donation of non-perishable food to help your regional food bank assist the more than 316,000 Long Islanders including 70,000 children affected by hunger and food insecurity.