Check Out the Final Lineup For Tacolandia 2018

Live music, tacos, cocktails, pumpkins, even though it's still 80 degrees outside — Tacolandia has it all.
Live music, tacos, cocktails, pumpkins, even though it's still 80 degrees outside — Tacolandia has it all. Melissa Hennings
Tacolandia has it all: mariachi bands, beer and cocktail cash bars and, of course, unlimited taco samples from a wide range of Dallas restaurants, not just taquerias. Take a look at the taco-slingers who have signed on for this year's event, taking over Dallas Farmers Market from 4 to7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13:

Arepa TX
Ay Dios Mio Catering
Café Brazil
Carlos Bakery
Cook Hall at W Dallas
Del Real Foods
Dot's Hop House & Cocktail Courtyard
El Ranchito
Full Circle Tavern
Go Loco Street Tacos & Burritos
Great One Cookie Company
House of Blues Restaurant & Bar
La Botana Taco Bar
Mission Foods
On The Border
Paleteria San Marcos
Resident Taqueria
Rusty Taco
Taco Diner
Taco Heads
Taqueria La Ventana
Taqueria Taxco
The Troubadour
Tortas Insurgentes
Tortilleria la Norteña

Right now, general admission tickets will set you back $35 — you'll get unlimited taco samples and can buy beer and cocktails from several on-site bars. For $75, you can get a Margarita Mile VIP ticket, which gets you into the event an hour early (skip those lines, baby), unlimited taco samples, access to a VIP lounge and VIP-only tacos from Cafe Herrera and Beto & Son, four drink tickets for the VIP bar and access to VIP restrooms. If you want VIP tickets, act fast — they're close to selling out.

The event is 21+ (bring your ID) and a portion of the proceeds benefit North Texas Food Bank. If you don't have tickets yet, grab them soon — prices increase the day of the event.
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Beth Rankin is an Ohio native and Cicerone-certified beer server who specializes in social media, food and drink, travel and news reporting. Her belief system revolves around the significance of Topo Chico, the refusal to eat crawfish out of season and the importance of local and regional foodways.
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