It isn't a party until someone breaks out the tequila. 

This. Is. Happening. The infamous Taco, Tequila & Cerveza Fest once again rolls into Denver, bringing with it good food and good times (which you may or may not remember) on Sept. 7. The “Blame it on the Tacos Tour” offers Denver a diverse array of Mexican beers and tequilas from all over the world, taco trucks, and so much more.

“It will feature 10 (0.25 oz) tequila samples included with the ticket price plus taco food trucks, Mexican beers, live bands, DJs, branded #TTCFest shot glass, Spanish music, mariachis, water pong, cornhole, El Jefe Taco Champ vote, red beers, margaritas, Mexican candies and so much more, Amigos!” say the organizers.

There will also be photographers on hand to catch all those moments that you’d rather forget. Oh, and did we mention lucha libre? All this in Denver’s historic old Midwest Steel and Ironworks building. The original building dates back to the turn of the century (1897).

General Admission, VIP, and DD/Under 21 tickets are available, but get them pronto because this is a limited-capacity event. See you there amigos! 

Where: Mile High Station, 2027 West Colfax Avenue, Denver
When: Friday, Sept. 7, 5-10 p.m.

Denver is one of the lucky cities that scored this evento caliente in 2018. It will also set up shop in El Paso, Dallas, and San Diego before the year ends, just in case you feel like quitting your job and touring full time with the tacos.

Will we see you there? Let us know in the comments below.

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