SUN, SEPT 12, 2021


5 Salsas

Fiesta Foods

Jesse’s Smokken Hot Meatz

Nano’s Tacos

Tacos Borrachos

Tacos El Moño

Tacos El Porvenir

Tacos El Rey

The Fat Pastor

What I Crave Food Truck

Wiseguys Tacos


5th Line Brewing Company

AntoLin Cellars

Bale Breaker

Cowiche Creek Brewing Company

The Distillarium

Gilbert Cellars

Hop Capital Brewing

Naches Heights Vineyard

Single Hill Brewing

Swede Hill Distilling

Tieton Ciderworks

Varietal Beer Company



Alright! Let’s TACO ’bout the main course! The 2021 Yakima Taco Fest Drive-Thru event will have 12+ food vendors along with music, taco t-shirt competition, people choice for taco, and much more! We will be updating this page as we confirm more activities and vendor participation – stay tuned!

(AUGUST 20, 2021) COVID-19 UPDATE!

In an effort to reduce in-person gatherings and protect the community, the Central Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (CWHCC) adapts the 2021 Yakima Taco Fest (YTF) into a drive-thru event that will take place on Sunday, September 12 from 10am-6pm at Sarg Hubbard Park in Yakima. 

This notice comes at a time when Yakima is seeing a rise in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. Since the organization started planning the event, they developed a backup plan in place knowing there was a possibility that virus variants could lead to changing safety recommendations.

The Yakima Taco Fest is a food festival that was created as a fundraiser for the Central Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to provide small business support and programming. Through the festival, the organization celebrates our local farmworkers, business owners – and it is the kickoff event to other Hispanic Heritage Month programming. 

YTF Planning Committee will be updating event information in the coming days and they will also update event goers on what to expect during the drive-thru experience. Please note – Due to the change, CWHCC will be reducing the amount of tickets being sold.

Proceeds from the event benefit CWHCC to support small Hispanic businesses. Please note that CWHCC is a volunteer-led organization – there may be a bit of a delay in responding to inquiries.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CWHCC holds the right to change and adapt the event based on the changing event safety guidelines in place by the Yakima Health District, Washington State Department of Health, Governor Inslee, and the CDC.