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'Taco Fest,' new festival for taco and music lovers coming this spring

Taco Fest says that they will feature "the greatest offering of San Antonio tacos ever assembled"

If you like tacos - and who doesn't like tacos? - a new festival is right up your alley.

Taco Fest 2018: Music Y Mas will hold its inaugural festival this April 14 from noon - 11 pm at La Villita Historic Arts Village.

The festival will feature tacos (of course) with what Taco Fest says is "the greatest offering of San Antonio tacos ever assembled."

Taco vendors already announced include Tommy's Restaurant, Soluna, Tomatillo's, Chisme, Don Pablo's, Garibaldi Mexican Restaurant, La Casa de Barbacoa, and many more. The festival says each food vendor will have at least one $2 taco option.

The vendors will also compete in several contests with categories including breakfast, puffy, and others.

Taco Fest will also feature three music stages of national, regional, and local bands. Artists already announced include La Santa Cecilia, Brown Sabbath, Santiago Jimenez, Jr., Girl in a Coma, and many more.

The festival says more vendors and music will be announced in the future. Tickets start at $15. A V.I.P ticket option is also available, which includes catered food (probably tacos), a dedicated cantina with lounge, an elevated view of the stage, dedicated restrooms, drink tickets, and a signature Taco Fest Fiesta medal.

More information can be found at Taco Fest's website.

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