Taco fest? Yayyyy. Not in Austin? Boooo.
Austin’s Central Texas neighbor and taco war adversary, San Antonio has announced Taco Fest: Music y Más, a new food and music festival to be held in April, the San Antonio Express-News reports.
The festival is set to feature the tortilla-wrapped creations of more than 30 taco vendors and 20 live music acts. According to the Express-News, each taco vendor has agreed to offer at least one $2 taco option, meaning festers could, if they’re so willing, try every taco vendor for $60.
The festival will be held south of the River Walk at La Villita.
If you’re a San Antonio native, then maybe this sampling of some of the participating vendors will excite you: Chela’s, Chisme, Don Pablo’s Garibaldi Mexican Restaurant, La Casa de Barbacoa, Los Cocos Mexican Restaurant and Frutería, Mr. Meximum, Soluna, Tacos and Marioli, Tomatillo and Tommy’s Restaurant.
Tickets will cost between $15 and $75 and continue to rise in price leading up to the day of the event, the Express-News reports.
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