Second Taco Festival of Puerto Vallarta begins this weekend
One of the typical dishes of Mexico, the taco, will gather just over four thousand people in Puerto Vallarta from November 18 to 19. With the second edition of the Taco Festival, the organizers will also seek to create an ecological awareness among the attendees, to avoid the waste of disposable plates and cups, a plate and commemorative glass will be sold to choose the taco and beer.
The festival for taco and beer lovers will be held at Agustín Flores Contreras Sports Unit, No. 2 soccer field; from 2:00 PM and until 10:00 PM; the entrance will be free. The average price of the tacos will be from $10 to $30 pesos and the payment will be made through a coupon book that can be purchased at the entrance.
“Although it is a new Festival in Puerto Vallarta, we are sure, with time, to have the audience and recognition of international festivals like those held in the States of Arizona and Delaware in the United States, through a dish as typical and traditional as the Mexican taco”, said José Pelayo, organizer of the event.
Tacos de asada, chorizo, arrachera, birria, tripitas and pastor, accompanied by delicious beans and a variety of sauces will be served, the final touch will be paired with craft beer on Saturday 18, while for Sunday 19 paired with tequila, so that diners know what drink highlights the taste of each taco.
Not only with the delicious Mexican cuisine will be present, but also this year the Festival will have as guest of honor the caricaturist José Trinidad Camacho, better known as TRINO who will present his book: “Don Taquero”. Also present will be Déborah Holtz and Alejandro Escalante, editor and author of the book respectively: “La Tacopedia”.
To liven up the event there will be live rock bands, in addition to the participation of professional wrestlers who will make a series of demonstrations of this national sport.