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Tacolandia 4-Packs On Sale, Plus Updated Lineup and Things to Do

The Dallas Observer's 8th annual Tacolandia will be held on Saturday, Nov. 12 at Energy Square Plaza (Greenville Avenue and University Boulevard).
Tacolandia 4-packs are now on sale
Tacolandia 4-packs are now on sale Kelsey Shoemaker
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The Dallas Observer's 8th annual Tacolandia presented by Mission Foods is back on Saturday, Nov. 12 at Energy Square Plaza (Greenville Avenue and University Boulevard).

This event celebrates the best taco culture in Dallas and includes plenty of beverages and live music. Most importantly, there will be more than 20 taco vendors at the event with free samples.

We recently introduced a 4-pack promotion that includes four general admission tickets for $100 ($25 per ticket, a $40 savings), which includes entry at 4 p.m. and unlimited samples.
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It's hard to be patient when you know you're close to getting tacos.
Kelsey Shoemaker
Individual VIP tickets are $75 each. That gets you entry into the event one hour early at 3 p.m., and includes unlimited taco samples, access to the VIP lounge, some exclusive VIP-only taco bites and three drink tickets to use at the VIP bar. There are also VIP restrooms.

General admission tickets are $35 and will get you entry at 4 p.m. with unlimited samples and you can buy drinks at the cash bar.

We've added more events this year, including a photo booth for your 'gram roll (feed the roll), a gaming zone and a pepper-eating contest. There will be a mariachi band, dance performances, a caricature artist and a DJ for the lulls in between.

Below is a list of the confirmed restaurants:
Cafe Brazil
Chiloso Mexican Bistro
Chimalma Taco Bar
Deep Ellum Tacos
El Habanero
Freebirds World Burrito
Frida's Tacos
Gelu Italian Ice
Limon's Restaurant
Los Primos
Tacos & More
Mission Foods
Ojedas
Primo's MX Kitchen
Primo's Tex Mex Grille
Street Bites
Tacos Y Mas
Taqueria El Arquito
Taqueria Taxco
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