We have a lot of people moving to San Angelo on a regular basis and as they settle into the community, one of the first questions that comes up is "where are the best places to eat". Well, there is an awesome event coming up that can answer a lot of those questions.

The 47th Annual Taste of San Angelo is being held on Tues, Sept 13th from 6:30 - 8:30 pm in the 1st Community Federal Credit Union Spur Arena on the San Angelo Fairgrounds.

This is a great opportunity to make your way around to visit over 45 food vendors and enjoy many different samplings of the restaurants and foods that San Angelo has to offer and all under one roof during a single evening. That's getting on the fast track when it comes to getting aquainted with dining in San Angelo. There will also be plenty of beverages to enjoy both alcoholic and non alcoholic as well.

Not only will you be enjoying an awesome selection of food and drink, but you will also be treated to musical performances from Kevin Brown, Rita Capuchina and Noah Babb.

VIP Tables of 8 are available to reserve while they last at $300 per table. Call (325) 655-3610 to reserve a table.

Adult Tickets are $30 & Children’s Tickets for 12 & Under are $10 and available at the door.

Tickets are also available by cash only at Fuentes Downtown, Original Henry’s, Rooster’s, San Angelo Chamber of Commerce and Western Sky Steak House.

Tickets will be available for purchase at the door (Cash & Credit Cards). For more information, call 325-655-3610.

The 47th Annual Taste of San Angelo is going to be bigger than ever this year and you don't want to miss it!!

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