Our Tacolandia celebration of street tacos was so successful at DISH last September that we're spinning off the concept into a new event that will be the taco the town! Join us from 4 to 7 p.m. on Sunday, August 14, for the new, improved Tacolandia, presented by Estrella Jalisco, at Sports Authority Field.
This giant celebration of Mexican street-style tacos will feature samples from over forty of Denver's best taquerias and Mexican restaurants, including Taqueria el Trompito, Tacos Jalisco, Tortas ATM, La Loma Restaurant, Tamale Kitchen #10, Yareth’s Mexican Fast Food, Bubba Chinos, Burrito Giant, El Taco de Mexico, Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant, Lola, Los Chingones, La Potranca, Yolanda's Tacos, Southside Bar & Kitchen, El Lucerito & Jr., Panaderia y Taqueria Contreras, Fritangas, Siete Salsas, La Polleria, Work & Class, R Taco, Salsa's Mexican Restaurant, El Aguascalientes, La Santisima, Los Tacos, Garibaldi Mexican Bistro, Antojitos la Poblanita, Tacos La Tapatia, Tacos With Altitude, Los Parceros, Uno Mas, Jalapeños, Ursula's, Centro Mexican Kitchen, Chuey Fu's, Roxie's, and more to come — along with Estrella Jalisco beer, spirits and lots of spicy entertainment.
Ticket prices went up in July, but are still a deal: a $40 general admission ticket gets you unlimited food samples and all the free entertainment; a $75 VIP ticket includes early entry into the event, at 3 p.m., plus two Estrella Jalisco beers and plenty of surprises.
But we've got a deal you don't want to miss: a four-pack fiesta with four GA tickets for just $100! Supplies are limited, so get them now at westwordtacolandia.com.
Yes, DISH will return to Sculpture Park on September 25. And this year's event will be smokin', because our special focus will be barbecue! Tickets are now on sale at westworddish.com.
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