Tickets are still available for Sabroso Festival 2018

Sabroso Festival

Sabroso Festival

By Arik Ruiz

The Sabroso Festival is back for its fifth year, with the music, craft beer and taco festival hitting seven cities this springs. The headliners for music will be The Offspring and Pennywise, who are performing at all dates on the Sobroso Tour.

Along with iconic artists The Offspring and Pennywise, punk rock bands Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, The Vandals, Unwritten Law, and Los Kung Fu Monkeys will be playing at Papa Murphy’s Park. The Sabroso tour starts April 7 at Dana Point, CA and Doheny State Beach.

Other stops on the Sabroso tour are:

Denver, CO (April 28, Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre)
Albuquerque, NM (April 29, Isleta Amphitheater)
Tucson, AZ (May 5, Rillito Park Racetrack)
Auburn, WA (May 12, White River Amphitheatre)
Portland, OR (May 13, Portland Meadows)

Brew Ha Ha Productions and Synergy Global Entertainment will not only bring festival goers a great music lineup, but there will also be craft beer tastings, delectable tacos from each region’s top chefs and restaurants, Lucha Libre wrestling events, lawn games, contests and much more. At each festival stop, the taco creations will compete for the Sabrosa “Best of Show” honor as chosen by a panel of food judges.

The Offspring’s lead singer Dexter Holland states, “Tacos and craft beer are two of The Offspring’s favorite things! We’re excited to be bringing Sabroso to new cities in 2018! See you at the shows!” Holland will also invite fans to sample his Gringo Bandito hot sauce during the event.

The last time The Offspring performed in Sacramento was in Aftershock 2014 and Pennywise recently played at a sold out Ace of Spades show back in December. 2018 could also be the year The Offspring releases a new record since “Days Go By,” back in 2012. Both front man Dexter Holland and guitarist Noodles were interviewed at Rock in Rio back in October, 2017 and were pressed about when fans can expect their next album to be released and how the process is going. “It is true. We’re working on it,” began Holland. Noodles continued, “We have been, yeah, for a while. We’ve got a few songs already done. We want to do a couple more and we definitely wanna get something out soon. Our fans have waited long enough, I think, so we want to get something in their hands that they can listen to and hold and put in their ears.” Holland chimed back in, adding, “2018, for sure.”

General admission starts at $49.50 and tickets are still available for Sacramento’s show. Head to the Sabroso Taco Fest website for additional details.



Arik Ruiz

March 22nd, 2018

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