PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Pittsburgh Taco Fest has announced that it is returning for a second year.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Weather: Cooler Temperatures Start The First Full Day Of Fall
The event will return to Highmark Stadium on Saturday, June 1.
“Celebrate the finest handmade food of mankind with an afternoon of taco exploration from the region’s finest vendors,” a press release says.READ MORE: Two Municipal Buildings In Beaver County Remain Closed Due To Rising COVID-19 Cases
Event organizers say they are working with the Latin American Cultural Union to secure a lineup of cultural entertainment, including live music, dancing, and strolling entertainment.
“After a successful first year at Highmark Stadium, we’re returning to bring the community an even better event,” said Pittsburgh Taco Festival Founder Craig McCloud. “We will bring together 30 or
more of the region’s best food trucks and restaurants. Each vendor designs their own menu and keeps 100 percent of the profits. Supporting local businesses is a big part of our mission.”
Tickets go on sale today, and are $10 for general admission, kids five and under are free.MORE NEWS: One Person Killed In Shooting On Saint Clair Avenue In Clairton