This is the kind of news that will make you instantly hungry.

After a couple of challenging years for big events, one of the Yakima Valley's most beloved festivals is coming back!

Yakima Taco Fest 2022 is Coming Back to Sarge Hubbard Park in Terrace Heights

Mark your calendars with a for Taco Fest as The Central Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and presenting sponsor, Valley Mall, bring back the Yakima Taco Fest - a food festival on Saturday, April 30, 2022, from 10 am-7 pm at Sarg Hubbard Park in Terrace Heights.

Yakima Taco Fest is More Than a Festival - it's a Community Celebration

Yakima Taco Fest celebrates Yakima Valley’s business owners and honors our agricultural workers, bringing together people of all cultures, places, and backgrounds. The CWHCC says:

The anticipation for the Yakima Taco Fest to return is a testament to the strength and pride of our community, which is why we are excited to give our taco lovers ‘something to taco ‘bout’ and enjoy once again.

 

Yakima Taco Fest Tickets on Sale Now

Tickets start at just $15 and can now be purchased HERE. You can register to win a pair by filling out the form below!

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