Phoenix, AZ — Come for the Tacos, stay for the Carne’age! Arizona’s first ever Rockin’ Taco Rumble will bring the heat, the meat and all the cheesy puns on Friday, March 2, 2018 to Events on Jackson in Downtown Phoenix. Professionally produced by HDE Agency, the Rockin’ Taco Rumble is a taco competition spinoff from the Rockin’ Taco Street Fest held each fall in Downtown Chandler.
“Our Rockin’ Taco Street Fest has been a huge hit over the last six years and we wanted to keep the taco party going. So, I’m excited to present this brand new concept. It’s a smaller, more intimate version of our larger festival. I hope our guests and chefs will enjoy the tacos and a friendly competition,” said Landon Evans, event producer, HDE Agency.
Located at Events on Jackson, 245 E Jackson Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004, doors open at 6 p.m., then it’s time to let the taco slinging begin! Sample every, single, delicious, taco from 15 local taco makers and be sure to vote for your favorite in the People’s Choice competition. Guests will also enjoy local craft beer and spirits, live music and delicious desserts.
Presale admission tickets are $45 online and admission will be $55 at the door. Admission includes unlimited taco sampling, six drinks, and a vote for people’s choice best taco. Rockin’ Taco Rumble is a 21 + over event.
In addition to the People’s Choice, there will also be a panel of local foodies, media and chefs casting a vote for their favorite tacos in the Judges Choice category. One winner in each category will take home a $500 cash prize, a trophy, a Golden Ticket to compete in the 2018 World Food Championships and mad bragging rights!
A portion of the proceeds from Rockin’ Taco Rumble will benefit the Phoenix Community Alliance (PCA), an influential 501(C)3 nonprofit community development organization that has had tremendous impact on Greater Downtown Phoenix through the united vision and commitment of its Members. PCA works to find the right opportunities for business leaders to collaborate with government – city, county, state, and local federal agencies – and with other stakeholders including educational, cultural, research institutions, and emerging industries to build the 21st century city we want. For more information, visit online at www.phoenixcommunityalliance.com.