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Today's a Good Day to Buy Tickets to Tacolandia

At Tacolandia, there's no limit to how many tacos you can eat in one afternoon.
At Tacolandia, there's no limit to how many tacos you can eat in one afternoon.
Melissa Hennings

Dallas taco festival Tacolandia is in its eighth year, and this year promises to be better than ever. Fest-goers will get access to unlimited tacos from a growing list of Dallas restaurants, including beloved taquerias like Resident and Trompo.

General admission tickets are currently $25 — giving you unlimited taco samples and a cash bar with beer and cocktails — but that price increases to $35 on Aug. 17, the same day $65 VIP tickets become $75. For those who don't enjoy a line, the VIP ticket gets you into the fest an hour early, along with access to a VIP lounge (and bathroom), exclusive taco samples and four drink tickets.

If you haven't bought tickets yet, now's the time. Here's a look at participating restaurants so far — and more will be added in the coming weeks:

Arepa TX
Café Brazil
Del Real Foods
Dot's Hop House & Cocktail Courtyard
Evita's Taqueria
Full Circle
Go Loco Street Tacos & Burritos
Great One Cookie Company
House of Blues Restaurant & Bar
La Botana Taco Bar
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
Trompo

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