PUEBLO OF POJOAQUE’S 3 RD ANNUAL MARGARITA FESTIVAL AT BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT AND CASINO.

Saturday, November 19, 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino

20 Buffalo Thunder Trail, Santa Fe, NM 87506, Santa Fe NM 87506

Tickets

$20 ticket includes tequila tastings, margarita sampling, food tastings and entry to the event. |

Contact

Phone | 310-205- 9999

PUEBLO OF POJOAQUE’S 3 RD ANNUAL MARGARITA FESTIVAL

AT BUFFALO THUNDER RESORT AND CASINO.

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19 TH FROM 12-5PM.

CONTACT: Lisa@mjala.com / 310-205- 9999

SANTA FE, NM – Thursday, October 20th – Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino is proud to be

hosting the third annual Margarita Festival on Saturday November 19 th , 2016.

The amazing entertainment for the event will include Carlos Medina Mariachi Trio, Katy P. and

The Business, Paritizani Brass Band, Body Art exhibition, Indoor Driving Range by Towa Golf,

Bowling by Strike Gold Lanes, Magicians, Massages by Wo’P’in Spa, Art booths and much more.

Radio personalities Baxter, Janae and Orio from 104.1 The Edge – Albuquerque’s Alternative will

be on hand to judge the libations. All attendees can vote in the competition which will include

three categories: Traditional, Innovative and People’s Choice.

And don’t forget to keep the party going at Shadeh Nightclub with the "EN TU CARA" Art Expo,

featuring local artists!

Event Details

The Festival is a 21+ event. Valid ID required. Please visit buffalothunderresort.com for more

information.

$20 ticket includes tequila tastings, margarita sampling, food tastings and entry to the

event. Tickets available at Tickets.com

25% of ticket proceeds benefit The Food Depot, Northern New Mexico’s Food Pantry.

The event is in partnership with the annual Coins For Cans promotion, benefiting The Food Depot

of Northern New Mexico. Guests may bring or purchase three 10oz cans of non-perishable food

and donate it to receive a commemorative event T-shirt featuring a one

of a kind design by a local artist. This is a great way to give back to the community by supporting

an important fixture for hungry families in Northern NM.