Festivals

Take Your Friends to Tacolandia with the 4-Pack Deal

It's taco time.
It's taco time. Melissa Hennings
Have you gotten your tickets to Dallas Observer's Tacolandia? Have your friends?

If for some reason you need more of a reason to go to something other than the fact that tacos will be there, we have the lineup of restaurants that will be serving this perfect food:


Alamo Club
Arepa TX
Blue Mesa Grill
Brewed + Pressed
Café Brazil
Chilangos Tacos
Cuates Kitchen
Del Real Foods
El Patrón Tacos y Tortas al 100
Go Loco Street Tacos & Burritos
Halal Mother Truckers
House of Blues
Mission Foods
Primo's MX Kitchen & Lounge
Resident Taqueria
Rikis Takos
Taco Diner
Taco Heads
Taqueria La Ventana
Taqueria Taxco
The Empanada Cookhouse
Tortas Insurgentes
And more...
And to go with your crew, get the Fiesta with Your Friends Four Pack, which gets you four general admission tickets for $100 (that's $25 in savings). You'll get in at 4 p.m. for unlimited samples of tacos.

Two levels of individuals tickets are available. General admission ($35) includes unlimited samples from Tacolandia vendors. Beer and cocktails will be available to purchase.

Margarita Mile VIP tickets ($75) get you inside an hour early, at 3 p.m. They also allow you unlimited food samples from Tacolandia vendors plus access to a VIP lounge, exclusive VIP-only taco samples, three drink tickets to use at VIP bar and access to VIP restrooms.

All guests must be 21 or older, entering with a valid I.D.

Tacolandia will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5, at Dallas Farmers Market. Visit the Tacolandia website or Eventbrite and get your tickets today. Tacolandia has been known to sell out, so don't waste time in securing yours.

Follow along on Twitter at #TacolandiaDAL for news on the latest restaurants to join us for our celebration of Mexico's popular street dish.
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Taylor Adams has written about the restaurant industry for the Dallas Observer since 2016. Now the Observer's food editor, she attended Southern Methodist University before covering local news at The Dallas Morning News.
Patrick Williams is editor-in-chief of the Dallas Observer.
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