We're not big on National (insert random food item) Days, but in this case, we'll make an exception: Thursday, Oct. 4, is National Taco Day, and the Dallas Observer is celebrating by offering a discounted four-pack of tickets to this year's Tacolandia, a taco festival taking over Dallas Farmers Market on Saturday, Oct. 13.
Head to Tacolandia's website to snag four general admission tickets for $60, which works out to $25 per ticket and $40 in savings overall. General admission tickets currently cost $35 each, with prices increasing to $45 the day of the event. If you wanted VIP tickets but haven't snagged any yet, you're out of luck — VIP tickets already sold out.
But there's still hope: On Thursday night, head to Taco Heads starting at 6 p.m. for a Tacolandia Taco Tour, where we'll be giving away sold-out VIP tickets and tickets to Austin City Limits and will be selling discounted general admission tickets to the festival.
A GA ticket to Tacolandia nets you unlimited taco samples and access to beer and cocktail cash bars. Don't miss out — the final line-up for this year's Tacolandia is stacked.
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