The 6th Annual Detroit Tequila Festival happens in December. This intoxicating event features over one hundred tequila options, food, and more.

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Here is everything you need to know about the Detroit Tequila Festival 2022.

When is the Detroit Tequila Festival?

The fun happens on Friday, December 16, 2022.  Hours of the event are 7:00 PM until 10:00 PM. However, VIP ticket buyers will be allowed early entry at 6:00 PM.

Where is the Detroit Tequila Festival Held?

The event will be held at the Eastern Market (Shed #3), located at 2394 Russell Street in Detroit, Michigan. Parking is free throughout the Eastern Market.

What tequila brands will be available?

A lot here is just a taste (so to speak).

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What kind of food will be available at the Detroit Tequila Festival?

There will be food vendors on site, but that information has not yet been released. I will update this post as soon as vendors are announced.

How much is it to attend the Detroit Tequila Festival?

Ticket prices are as follows,

  • General Admission is $45 and includes the following,
    7:00 PM Entry
    10 Drink Tickets (1/2 oz neat or 3 oz cocktail or Beer)
    Commemorative Glass
    Keepsake Photo
    Entertainment
    Games
  • VIP Admission is $65 and includes the following,
    6:00 PM Entry
    15 Drink Tickets (1/2 oz neat or 3 oz cocktail or Beer)
    Commemorative Glass
    Keepsake Photo
    Entertainment
    Games

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased here. Guests must be 21 years of age and up to attend the Detroit Tequila Festival. Designated driver tickets are available for just $20. All DDs must be with a general admission or VIP guest.

Here is to another awesome Detroit Tequila Festival.

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