As seen in USA Today | 9 / 16 / 2011 “This Oct. 15 festival along the Arizona Canal attracted more than 10,000 attendees the first year. On offer: premium tequila tastings, Lucha Libre [...]
By Kevin Downey The Republic | azcentral.com Wed Apr 17, 2013 6:02 PM The fourth annual Arizona BBQ Festival at Salt River Fields is turning into more than a celebration of barbecue, with live [...]
by Tami Hoey GMAZ interview by Javier Soto Posted on October 13, 2014 at 12:42 PM SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The 5th Annual Arizona Taco Festival is back at Salt River Fields, and it’s bigger and [...]
by 3TV azfamily.com Posted on October 14, 2013 at 12:55 PM The Arizona Taco Festival has more than 40 restaurants dishing out $2 tacos all weekend long, October 19-20, 2013, at Salt River Fields [...]
Published on Jul 5, 2014 Arizona Taco Festival 2014 on Fox 10 Arizona Morning
by azfamily.com GMAZ segment by Heidi Goitia Posted on April 4, 2014 at 11:11 AM SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The 5th Annual Arizona BBQ Festival returns to Salt River Fields, Saturday, April 5, 11 a.m. [...]
Brien McElhatten 7:05 PM, Apr 18, 2013 SCOTTSDALE – The Redneck Games are here! Actually, they are the inaugural Redneck Games at the Arizona Barbecue Festival, just a part of the four [...]
FOX 10 News | fox10phoenix.com The Taste Tequila festival will celebrate National Tequila Day (Thursday) a few days late on Saturday with at the Venue of Scottsdale.
by Tami Hoey Video report by Heidi Goitia Posted on June 26, 2014 at 11:17 AM SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — There are beer festivals, and then there is “Beer Palooza!” It’s [...]
Weston Scott heads close to the border to check out the delicious food at the 3rd annual Arizona Taco Festival in Scottsdale. Mmm, who’s in the mood for some mystery meat?
There’s only one way to finish off tacos–and that’s with tequila! Weston Scott samples some high end tequila and mezcal at the Arizona Taco Festival in Scottsdale.
Arizona Taco Festival 2014 at Salt River Fields in Scottsdale
David Tyda and Rick Phillips are not taco experts. They did not go to culinary school, grow up in Mexico or work for years in a taquería.