Chef Robert Irvine has grown quite a following on the Food Network. Now, one if his most popular show is coming to Hawaii. Irvine is bringing “Dinner Impossible” to Hawaii in for a live cooking demonstration at the Blaisdell.
According to BAMP Project, Irvine will be a part of the fun when “Dinner Impossible” hits Hawaii this September. Here are some statements from a recent press release announcing the event.
“Dinner: Impossible LIVE” is a “high energy, multimedia and multi-sensory theatrical experience” that is “more than just a cooking demo,”
As you can see in the statement, this is somewhat of a new format mixed with the old. This event will indeed be LIVE, where as previous Dinner Impossible shows were not. You can get a front row seat to see one of the most beloved Chefs on the Food Network do his thing.
Designed to be similar to Irvine’s Food Network show by the same name, the live experience will be interactive and feature multiple video cameras to help the audience see everything happening on stage.
Irvine has catapulted to stardom by serving as star of a number of hit shows off the network. Besides “Dinner Impossible,” Irvine has also appeared on The Food Network’s “Worst Cooks in America,” and the wildly popular “Restaurant Impossible.”
The live aspect of “Dinner Impossible” will be a nice twist and will also offer the chance for people to see Irvine live.
Dinner Impossible Ticket Info
Tickets for “Dinner: Impossible LIVE” are $35 and $55 in advance, plus applicable fees, and will be available to the general public starting at 9 a.m. April 23. Purchase tickets at the Blaisdell Box Office A limited number of VIP packages, priced at $150 per person, will also be available and will include a $55 ticket plus access to a pre-show cooking demonstration, food sampling and meet-and-greet opportunity with Irvine.
You can also get a deal to the show through Groupon, but you will have to hurry, as these will sell out fast.