The food lineup for Desert Trip may be even more impressive than Coachella's

The Desert Trip, the new Indio music festival at the Empire Polo Club that's being headlined by the Rolling Stones and Paul McCartney, aims to be a destination for food lovers as well as music fans.

Held Oct. 7, 8 and 9 and organized by Golden Voice (the same people who put on Coachella), the festival will feature three days of music — Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Roger Waters, The Who — and a culinary lineup of some of the most well-known chefs in the country.

Some of the Los Angeles chefs confirmed to participate include Curtis Stone (Maude), Ludo Lefebvre (Trois Mec), Michael Voltaggio (ink), Michael Mina (Bourbon), Kris Morningstar (Terrine), Chris Oh (Hanjip), Michael Hung (Viviane), Phillip Frankland Lee (Scratch Bar), Steven Fretz (Church Key), Jason Neroni (Rose), Marcel Vigneron (Wolf), Dakota Weiss (Estrella), Christian Page (formerly at the now-closed Short Order), Duff Goldman (Duff's Cakemix) and Guy Turland (Bondi Harvest).