We love bread. And if you're of that same opinion, then you should go to this massive concha festival in Las Vegas next week. You'll be able to eat all the sweet bread you want.
For the first time ever, Concha Fest is happening in Sin City and TBH, we're pretty stoked. The event will celebrate conchas like never before.
If you aren't familiar with the baked good, no worries. It's a traditional Mexican sweet bread with a tasty crunchy topping.
With over 100 different kinds, you'll be able to satisfy that craving you've been having. The festival will be held on Saturday, December 14 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Ticket prices start at $5 for the first 200 people. You can purchase your tickets by texting the number on their events' Facebook page.
After 200 tickets, prices will be $10 per person.
With over 20 different vendors, you'll be able to enjoy a variety of foods both sweet and savory.
The price varies on the food for purchase, so plan ahead. It never hurts to bring extra cash or cards with you.
If you're open to trying new things, then you should check out the concha burger. It's like a regular burger with sweet bread instead of a traditional bun.
You'll also be able to indulge in other kinds of food like tamales, champurrados, and more.
Since the festival is happening near the holidays, you can wear your favorite Christmas sweater or even snap a pic in front of Santa.
Just be sure you're one of the first 200 people in line so that you can get a picture with him!
There will also be live music, games, and a big bouncy house. Grab your BFF for a night on the town, or shall we say night at the sweetest festival around.
Parking at the event is free, but if you want a good spot it's best to get there early.
Since you'll be in town, you should check out this pink canyon. It's a great way to walk off those extra calories, plus it's a sight for sore eyes.
It's only a two-hour road trip away from Las Vegas.
Price: Price starts at $5 - $10 per person
When: December 14
Address: 2121 N Decatur Blvd, Las Vegas, Nevada
Why You Need To Go: You'll be able to eat all the sweet bread you want.
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