Tacos are amazing and desserts are amazing so why not bring them together and make them into one big festival, right? Well, we are all very fortunate because Tacos and Dessert Fest is coming our way on September 29. The festival will feature tons of great food and entertainment it'll leave you wanting more.
The event will feature all of your favorite restaurants including Make My Day Italian Ice, Three B's Tacos, and Andrea Eats with many more to be announced soon. One of the desserts you'll be seeing at the event is Italian Ice that will come in flavors like cherry, grape, peach, and watermelon. The event will feature vegetarian options as well, meaning there will truly be a taco for everyone.
While you're walking around you'll see tons of fun activities like a moon bounce and games that are not just for kids. If you're looking to see some flaming hot wheels, there will also be a car show on site with locals showing off the best cars around. But of course, all of that fun just wasn't enough so there will also be a pop-up petting zoo with the cutest of animals ready to take a picture for your next Instagram post.
General admission for the event will be $8 and there will also be a limited amount of VIP tickets for $30. The VIP tickets allow you to enter the event an hour early and you get discounts on both boozy and non-boozy drinks. The best part of having a VIP ticket is that you'll get 10 percent off all participating food trucks.
The event will be held at Wolf Ranch Center on 1015 W University Ave, Georgetown, Texas 78628. To keep up with this event, you can check out their Facebook Page here.
Taco And Dessert Fest
Price: $8 - $30
Address: 1015 W University Ave, Georgetown, Texas 78628
Why you need to go: This fest will feature both tacos and sweets along with tons of fun games and entertainment.
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