Las Vegas Tequila Fest to be Held Sept. 11-12 at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

August 13 — Following its spectacular success for two consecutive years, the 3RD Annual Las Vegas Tequila Fest is expanding and will be held September 11th and 12th at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas.  Organizers expect over 5,000 in attendance at the event, surpassing last year’s packed crowd. Tickets are $40 and available on line at  Ticket holders will be treated to samplings of a wide array of Añejos, Reposados and Blancos, as well as live entertainment. 

The 2009 Las Vegas Tequila Fest will showcase the finest brands of tequila on the scene today, from the major legendary labels to boutique tequilas distilled in the heart of Mexico.  Celebrating the heritage of this Mexican spirit derived from the blue agave plant, the Las Vegas Tequila Fest will be held during Mexican Independence Weekend:  Friday September 11 from 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm and Saturday September 12 from 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm in the Festival Hall of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 4455 Paradise Rd., Las Vegas, Nevada. 

Attendees of the Tequila Fest will enjoy live entertainment as well as the distinctive flavors, trends and exotic recipes from numerous unique distilleries.  From bottles of the best Blancos, Reposados, Añejos,  Premium and Ultra-premium to the newest tequila liqueurs, crèmes, infusions and flavored tequilas, the 2009 Tequila Fest will be a vibrant celebration of the fastest growing spirit in the U.S.

Members of the general public and tequila enthusiasts can purchase tickets for $40 online or by calling 800-637-1006.



WHERE: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Festival Hall
4455 Paradise Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89169

TICKETS: $40 On-line via or by calling 800-637-1006.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM


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