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The Taco Madness Party is This Sunday

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L.A. Taco and Red Bull LAX want you to come party with us this Sunday at Villain's Tavern, and celebrate everything that's great about Los Angeles! Our day party will have some of L.A.'s best taco trucks all in one place for your purchasing pleasure (bring cash and cards and your appetite).

We've curated a list that includes many of the finalists and semi-finalists of Taco Madness including 3 of the final 4! We will also have live art, DJs, and general good daytime vibes in the Cali sunshine. All the info is below...

Remember-- you MUST have a ticket to get in.

You Can Buy Tickets Here. Use Code "carnitas" for a special discount when buying more than one!

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WHEN: Sunday, April 19th from 2-7pm

WHERE: Villain's Tavern 1356 Palmetto St, Los Angeles, CA 90013

TACOS: Mariscos Jalisco, Guerrilla Tacos, Carnitas El Momo, Tacos Arabes de Puebla, Tacos Cuernavaca, Oaxaca on Wheels, Dia de los Puercos & More!

DJs: Canyon Cody, SODAPOP, Low Limit, Al Jackson, Phers 1, Azul 213, who is also your host.

Live Art: Vyal One, Buge, Ezra, Zoueh, Germs, Versuz... and more to be announced.

This is a 21+ event.

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