The Final Line-Up for Tacolandia is Set; Plus 4-Pack Ticket Sale

Scenes from taco land.
Scenes from taco land. Kelsey Shoemaker
The 7th Annual Dallas Observer Tacolandia is just around the corner and we've got a final lineup of participating local restaurants, plus a 4-pack ticket special.

This outdoor taco-sampling party features some of Dallas’ favorite taquerias, ranging from urban contemporary to authentic street style. We've recently added new restaurants to the line-up, which are listed below.

This year’s event will be held at Energy Square Plaza (corner of Greenville Avenue and University Boulevard) on Saturday, Nov. 13, from 4 to 7 p.m.

General admission tickets are $35 each, but now you can get a 4-Pack for $25 per ticket (a $40 savings).

VIP Tickets are $75 and include entry into the event one hour early (3 p.m.), unlimited taco samples, access to our VIP lounge and some exclusive bites from Henry's Majestic, Harlowe MXM and Bread Winners Cafe. You’ll also get three drink tickets to use at the VIP bar and there are VIP bathrooms.

General Admission Tickets are $35, with entry at 4 p.m. plus unlimited taco samples. There will be a cash bar at the event.

There's plenty to do aside from grazing on tacos and sipping on margaritas from the tequila bar. Relax in the large seating area while listening to a local mariachi band. There will be various games throughout the space, like corn hole and a pepper eating contest (with prizes).

Check out our Tacolandia website for more deets or follow us on Facebook.

Below is a list of all the participating restaurants.

Final Line Up of Restaurants
¡Ay Caramba!
Beyond Meat
Chiloso Mexican Bistro
Del Sur Tacos
Frida's Tacos
Halal Mother Truckers
Jazzy's Tacos
Mission Foods
Picadera DFW
Picole Pops
Primo's MX Kitchen
Taco Enzo
Taqueria El Arquito
Taqueria Taxco
Tejas Taco Factory
Yellow Rosa

VIP Restaurants
Bread Winners Cafe
Harlowe MXM
Henry's Majestic

The health and safety of the Tacolandia and Dallas communities remains our top priority. We are working closely with local and state officials to create the safest event experience possible. As protocols continue to evolve rapidly regarding public gatherings, our guidance for best practices to be followed at the event are also evolving. Once final protocols are established, we will post all requirements for attendees to adhere to prior to the event date on our website.
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Lauren Drewes Daniels is the Dallas Observer's food editor. She started writing about local restaurants, chefs, beer and kouign-amanns in 2011. She's driven through two dirt devils and is certain they were both some type of cosmic force.