The 2nd Annual Reyna’s Taco, Margarita & Michelada Music Fest is taking over Ranch 277 in Christoval Saturday, September 17th with an awesome music lineup and more!

They’ve cooked up a whole lot more than Tacos for everyone with an awesome music lineup! Headlining this year’s festival is the Josh Abbott Band. The music lineup also features the Judson Cole Band, EVòLuzìon & Texas Double Shot.

Also enjoy Los Luchadores, an inflatable Water Park plus Taco Trucks, Micheladas, Margaritas & Ice Cold Beer.

All of that adds up to a lot of fun and entertainment!!

Get your tickets at Reyna’s Tacos, Blair's Western Wear and on line at Reynastacofest.com.

The 2nd Annual Reyna’s Taco, Margarita & Michelada Music Fest is sponsored in part by and special thanks to: Rogue Construction, All American Chevrolet & Dodge Dealers and Modelo!

Reyna’s has the best street tacos in San Angelo and more, all made fresh & from scratch daily. Visit them at 226 South Abe St or call 325-267-7081 for more information.

Kickin' Country 103-1 will be at Reyna's Tacos this Friday broadcasting live from 6:30 until 8:30 pm. Come by and enjoy the jam session going on, have a margarita and grab a pair of tickets to the 2nd Annual Reyna's Taco, Margarita & Michelada Music Fest.

During our live broadcast this Friday, we will have FREE tickets to giveaway as well as discounted tickets for ANYONE who comes out to buy tickets during our live remote broadcast!! Keep in mind the special discount price for tickets is only during the live broadcast from 6:30 - 8:30 pm!! I'll look to see you Friday!!

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