The Tacos and Tamales festival is coming to Desert Breeze Park!

The Tacos and Tamales Festival is not just for food enthusiasts; it’s a family affair! Enjoy a weekend filled with lively entertainment, including live music, Lucha Libre, artistry, and a carnival! (Frank Alejandre / The Nevadan /El Nevadense)

By Frank Alejandre

March 15, 2024

The festival will take place Sat. March 23 and Sun. 24, 2024 at Desert Breeze Park from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The Tacos and Tamales Festival is not just for food enthusiasts; it’s a family affair! Enjoy a weekend filled with lively entertainment, including live music, Lucha Libre, artistry, and a carnival! This culinary fiesta is open to all ages, with special activities and areas dedicated to family fun. Save the dates and get ready for a weekend filled with food, drinks, and entertainment that will leave you craving for more.

“Tantalize your taste buds and spark your imagination with the taco and tamale creations ranging from the traditional to the insane, including vegan-friendly dishes all from local vendors,” officials in a press release said. “Take your experience to the next level with the alcohol tasting experience, featuring worldwide brands at multiple booths throughout the event.”

Alongside food from local vendors, there will also be entertainment such as music, performances, art and carnival games.

Admission prices are cheaper online, and the price at the door is $10. Kids under 11 and those over 60 years old enter for free.

Those interested in Tacos and Tamales festival can call (702) 455-8170 or visit the website at tacosandtamaleslv.com or connect on Facebook. Those interested can call Clark County Parks and Recreation at (702) 455-8200 or visit the website at clarkcountynv.gov. Clark County Parks and Recreation also can be found on social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook.

  • Frank Alejandre

    Frank Alejandre is the Community Editor of The Nevadan / El Nevadense. He graduated from the National Autonomous University of México (UNAM) with a degree in Civil Engineering. He has worked in journalism since 1990, first at El Mundo Newspaper, the first Spanish-language weekly publication in southern Nevada, and then at the Las Vegas Review-Journal, where he helped the RJ transition its Spanish language publication El Tiempo newspaper to the Las Vegas Review-Journal en Español.

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