I've heard rumblings of a coming uprising — that taco consumption is increasing with such enthusiasm that it might eclipse the burger as our primary subject of affection. Can you imagine that? A world where the taco reigns supreme as our go-to source of protein and sustenance?
You could join the movement if you wanted to. Tacos come in endless varieties — surely you can find one that resonates with whatever craving currently consumes you. You could stage a great taco crawl, driving from taqueria to taqueria, but an easier way to find your perfect taco match will be descending upon City Hall before you know it.
Enter Tacolandia: a taco lover's paradise that will feature many of Dallas' very best taquerias, all conveniently located at City Hall Plaza on October 17. Tacolandia is an equal opportunity taco event, featuring all sorts of tacos from urban contemporary to authentic street style, and the best part is you can eat all the tacos you want — Tacolandia promises unlimited taco consumption.
Tickets are available starting today via this exclusive pre-sale. General admission costs $25 and includes unlimited food samples from Tacolandia vendors with beer and cocktails available to purchase. VIP admission costs $65 and includes entry into the event 1 hour earlier than general admission and access to VIP lounge with a private bar offering complimentary beer and cocktail samples. VIP ticket holders also get access to a certainly to be coveted VIP restroom.
Prices for both options go up as the event approaches, but that's not the only reason you'll want to buy your tickets early. Our sister paper LA Weekly holds its own Tacolandia, and the event has consistently sold out quickly. Your timely action is not only a matter of dollars but of whether or not you're able to participate at all. Use promo code TACOS15 at Ticketfly to secure your discounted tickets, soon.
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