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  • Writer's pictureGotta Go Orlando

Get ready to fiesta as the Orlando Taco & Margarita Festival returns this weekend

The Orlando Taco and Margarita Festival returns this weekend, Saturday, February 4 to downtown's Camping World Stadium from 12 pm to 5 p.m.


Organizers promises a bigger and better experience this year, with the festival featuring big, bold flavors for all to enjoy.



This year’s festival will be an improved experience with $5 tacos, food trucks, more than 50 community art and craft vendors, a live mariachi band, live wrestling, axe throwing, face painting for children, taco-eating competitions, carnival games and so much more.


Local food trucks, restaurants, and taquerias across Central Florida are taking part in this year's Orlando Taco and Margarita Festival, including Solita Tacos, El Pollo Gordo, East Coast Tacos, The Dancing Empanada, Casas Frida Street Tacos, and many more.



Festival goers can look forward to Bacalaito Tacos (deep-fried codfish made with Puerto Rican herbs and spices), Alcapurria Tacos (sofrito, a seasoned tomato sauce, yucca and plantains stuffed with picadillo), and Birria Tacos (braised beef with Oaxaca cheese, a mellow yet soft cheese made from cow’s milk).



General admission tickets are priced at $12 for general admission, with VIP options available also.


Children under the age of 12 can enter for free.



Parking for the festival is free, while tickets are on sale right up until Saturday.








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