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Fiesta! Taco & Margarita Festival Coming to Louisville

Fiesta! Taco & Margarita Festival Coming to Louisville

Historic Butchertown neighborhood to host culinary event

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (August 5, 2021) – A new outdoor culinary festival is making its debut in Louisville this fall at the home of the city’s professional soccer teams. The Louisville Taco & Margarita Festival is taking place on Saturday, October 2 from 11 am to 6 pm at Lynn Family Stadium in the historic Butchertown neighborhood.

At the event, taco and margarita lovers can savor different flavors of the tequila-based cocktail and enjoy a variety of tacos, nachos and more. A mimosa bar and full-service bar will also be available. Live music + local vendors will be on site to create a fun experience for all guests.

Tickets are available at the Lynn Family Stadium box office and beginning at 10 am Friday, August 6. General admission tickets start at $10. Kids under 12 years old are free. For an enhanced experience, two VIP packages are available; the Gold VIP package includes one t-shirt, four tacos, four margaritas and an exclusive seated area in Lynn Family Stadiums Fifth Third Club and the Silver VIP package includes one t-shirt, two tacos, two margaritas and a special seated area in the Beer Garden.

Taco & Margarita Festival
Saturday, October 2, 2021 from 11 am to 6 pm
Lynn Family Stadium | 350 Adams Street Louisville, KY 40206
Ticket Prices: General Admission - $10; VIP - $45, $99 plus applicable fees; No charge for general admission for kids under 12

Lynn Family Stadium is the largest soccer-specific stadium in the region with seating locations for 11,600 fans and a capacity of more than 15,000. Home to Louisville City FC of the USL Championship Louisville’s new NWSL team, Racing Louisville. It is one of the newest additions to the growing Butchertown neighborhood with several tourist attractions including Copper & Kings Distillery and the Waterfront Botanical Gardens. Explore the neighborhood with tips from Style Blueprint.

The new festival comes after the city hosted its first Taco Week this spring and saw several new taco places open throughout the area. Read more about some of Louisville’s newest taco bars in this Courier-Journal piece.

And Bourbon isn’t the only spirit celebrated in the Bourbon City. There are so many bars featuring tequila, this blog post rounds up some within a mile of each other that make signature margaritas.

To help plan a weekend in Louisville around this new festival, download a copy of the guide to read about Louisville’s top experiences, including culinary and bourbon. Travelers also can get attraction, lodging and dining assistance at along with information on the state’s current covid-mitigation guidelines.

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