It’s summertime in the city, and what better way to celebrate than tacos, tequila, and music! The Texas Taco, Tequila & Music Festival is back this Saturday with more of the things you love than ever before, and HOTC readers can get a discount of 50% off on tickets to this event. Grab yours now and start dreaming about your perfecting taco and tequila pairing!
This event features more than 30 of the Texas’ best taco vendors, including Dos Papis Tacos, Taqueria Licha, Tila’s Taco Truck and Reyna’s Tacos. After enjoying your delicious taco (or two, or three), grab a tasty dessert. A tasty funnel cake or shaved ice is sure to cool you down as you move and groove to the multiple musical acts that will take to the event’s two stages to entertain the crowd.
Gulf Coast soul band and Houston natives The Suffers headline, with rapper Baby Bash and Los Skarnales rounding out the top billing. More than 10 other bands will also perform, including Selena and Santana tributes.
And don’t forget about the tequila! Shots and hand-crafted margaritas – frozen or on the rocks, traditional or pineapple – are on the menu, along with Micheladas. Enjoy your favorite drink as you stroll through the event, checking out boutique and artisan vendor booths, street entertainment and mariachi bands.
But this isn’t just a fun day out for adults. This event features a free kids zone with games and inflatables. Younger attendees are sure to enjoy the live Lucha Libre wrestling, and there will be plenty of great spots to take pictures for your Instagram account.
General admission tickets start at $10, but HOTC readers can get them for just $5 with a free Goldstar.com account. Just use your email address or Facebook account to sign up, and then you’re ready to start enjoying all the best events Houston has to offer.
The Texas Taco, Tequila & Music Fest takes place at Preservation Park at Old Town Spring on Saturday, June 8, 2019. The event starts at 12 p.m. and ends at 12 a.m. Kids 12 and under are free. For more information, visit the official site for this event.
Preservation Park is located at 130 Spring School Road, Spring, TX 77373.