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San Antonio's Taco Fest This Spring Will Have Endless $2 Tacos

If you're from San Antonio, then you've definitely had one or two tacos that have left you in complete awe. This spring, you'll have an opportunity to try as many mouthwatering tacos as you can handle, for an entire day! This San Antonio taco festival is one you do not want to miss out on.

Taco Fest: Music y Más is back for its third year on Saturday,  April 4 with an entirely new location!

That's right, San Antonio's most exciting taco fest has relocated to none other than The University of Texas San Antonio Downtown Campus.

This was done in order to allow even more room for festgoers to enjoy themselves during a day of food and music.

Each vendor is set to have a taco priced at $2, that way you can try one from tons of vendors without breaking the bank.

From 12 to 11 p.m., you'll enjoy 40+ taco vendors including, but not limited to, Mayito's Mexican Restaurant, Torchy's Tacos, Catch the Wave, Cajun Boudain, and Backwoods BBQ.

Early Bird tickets are on sale now for $15 if you're getting General Admission, $75 for VIP, and $100 for Premium VIP, which is 21+ only.

GA includes admission into the festival, access to the main music stage, tacos you can purchase starting at $2, vendors, games, and more.

VIP includes much more, starting with a VIP Cantina, a complimentary chips and salsa bar, air-conditioned restrooms, two drink tickets, four taco vouchers, and more.

VIP Premium includes even more delicious drinking and better viewing areas.

The giant meaty festival is just a couple of months away, so we recommend getting your tickets ASAP, that way you avoid paying more for tickets.

After all, everyone in Texas loves a good taco fest.

We're thrilled and ready for a day of Mexican dishes, music, games, and much more.

Taco Fest: Music y Más 2020

Price: $15 - $100

When: Saturday, April 4 

Address: 501 W Cesar E Chavez Blvd., San Antonio, TX

Why You Need To Go: You'll be able to chow down on cheap, delicious tacos while enjoying numerous performances.

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