Taste of Dallas

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After nearly a decade at Fair Park, this annual festival has moved north to Gas Monkey Live, the concert venue founded by Richard Rawlings from Discovery Channel’s Fast N’ Loud. Food from 50 restaurants and food trucks will be for sale, plus there will be music from 40 bands on four stages, a family fun zone with bounce houses and trampolines, cooking demos by local chefs, marketplaces and more. The fest’s kickoff event, the Foodie Experience, will include food tastings from 30 restaurants, plus beer, wine and spirits samplings for a flat fee that also includes festival admission.

The summer food and drink festival returns for its 32nd with three days of food and beverage samplings, and live music on four stages. New for 2018: Taste of Dallas moves to Gas Monkey Live. Purchase tasting tickets to enjoy bites from more than 50 restaurants and food trucks. Besides the Taste Marketplace, visit the artisans market and family fun zone.

Tasting experiences include:
Taste of the Town Tastings from dozens of restaurants inside the cool and comfortable Gas Monkey Live
Backyard Bites Burgers, barbecue, local craft beer and live music all weekend
Latin Flavors Tacos and tequila
Fuel Healthy and tasty bites
Taste Curbside Top food trucks
The Foodie Experience is an all-inclusive ticket that includes unlimited food and beverage tastings inside Gas Monkey Live, Friday, 7-10 p.m. 21+

General admission to Taste of Dallas is $20 at the gate or $14 at Walgreens. Food/beverage tasting tickets are available onsite. A limited number of advance ticket packages include one-day entry and 30 tasting tickets. All music performances are included with price of admission.

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