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Last Day Before Tacolandia Ticket Prices Increase

PAZ Cantina, which makes these chicken tinga tacos, will be among the vendors at the third annual Tacolandia on January 26.
PAZ Cantina, which makes these chicken tinga tacos, will be among the vendors at the third annual Tacolandia on January 26.
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If you're looking for the best deal on tickets for Phoenix New Times' third annual Tacolandia festival, you better hurry.  Prices go up Saturday, December 8.

Tickets currently are $25 for general admission and $45 for VIP, which includes a separate VIP entrance, access to the VIP lounge, and two drink vouchers. Both price levels will increase by $5 after Friday. You can order online here.

All guests will enjoy unlimited taco samples from restaurants all over the Valley in a newly expanded footprint providing more tacos, more bars, and live entertainment.

Organizers also announced seven new restaurants who will be serving tacos at the event from 1 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, January 26, at at Margaret T. Hance Park in downtown Phoenix:  Salt Tacos y Tequila, Taco Bout It More, Arizona Tacos, Taste of New Mexico, Ajo Al’s, PAZ Cantina, and Carniceria Sonora

Previously announced restaurants include Los Sombreros, Mi Familia Mexican Food, Philly's Sports Grill, Rubio's Coastal Grill, SuperFarm SuperTruck, Ms. C's Catering, On the Border, Willie's Taco Joint, and Z Tejas Southwestern Grill .

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