Saturday, May 2nd, 107.7 The End’s 5th Annual Taco Truck Challenge at the Volunteer Park, starts with the Fiesta 5k Ole! Fun Run/Walk at 9:30am. Starting at 11am feast yourself on food from over 20 local food trucks serving their mouthwatering delights and unique taco-themed confections. While all delicious, only one will be named the Taco Truck Champion. Enjoy live music from Wild Party in the Seafair Beer and Margarita Garden. Admission is free when you sign up for the Fiesta 5k Ole! and just $5.00 at the gate.



There are many ways of getting to Volunteer Park. You can ride your bike. Find a map of Seattle’s bike paths here:

You can take a bus. Plan your trip here:

You can carpool. Free street parking available. Find your spot here:

Take a cab or rideshare from Lyft, Uber, or Flywheel


We are happy to call Seattle’s Volunteer Park our home. There’s no better way to enjoy a sunny spring day in Seattle than in Volunteer Park eating a taco and drinking a margarita. Please help keep the park clean and beautiful by properly disposing of your trash.

Volunteer Park on Capitol Hill

1402 East Galer Street

Seattle, WA


Doors 11am

Event ends at 5pm

Rain or Shine

$5.00 Beer Garden admission at the door 21+

Access to taco trucks is all ages - no admission required

Seafair Beer and Margarita Garden is Cash Only - ATMs on site

Re-entry IS allowed to the Margarita Garden


+ How do i register for the Fiesta 5k Ole!?

Go Here.

+ Do I need to be 21 to attend?

The Fiesta 5k Ole! run/walk as well as the Taco Truck Challenge are open to all ages. Only the Seafair Beer and Margarita Garden is 21+.

+ Can I bring my dog?

While pets are welcome in the park, they are not allowed inside the beer garden.

+ Can I use my credit/debit card?

The Beer and Margarita Garden is cash only; however, there will be ATMs on site. Each truck is different but most do allow payment by card.

+ Can I bring my own beer/alcohol?


+ Is there re-entry for the beer garden?

Yes, you may come and go as you please.

+ Is there parking?

Street parking is available outside of Volunteer Park, but we recommend you walk, take bus or cab/ride share.

+ Can I bring my food into the beer garden?


+ If I decide this event is not for me, can I get my admission fee refunded?

Sorry, but no refunds will be issued.


Wild Party

Wild Party, made up of vocalist Lincoln Kreifels, guitarist Lucas Hughes, bassist Ethan Kaufmann, and drummer Cary LaScala are still a young band, but they have already been around the block and across the pond. The band were thrust into the spotlight early in their career when they were offered a gig to support The Wombats on tour across the UK in 2010. Without label support, Wild Party seized the moment and took a DIY approach, releasing tracks and video content online, and gaining a fan base before inking a deal with indie/rock label Old Friends Records to release their debut album Phantom Pop.


Colorworks [kə-lər-wərks] n: Mysterious & Kinetically Playful. Colorworks is neo-psychedelic pop — a 60's boy band in 21st century Seattle. Gigging around the Northwest with a box full of jangly guitars and big harmonies, they're currently finishing their first EP entitled Joyla Red, the sound of four boys' imaginations, to be released 2015.


The Seafair Foundation

The Seafair Foundation, the 501(c)(3) charitable partner of the Seafair Festival, was established in 2008 to create and build opportunities for Seafair’s youth education, cultural and community engagement programs. The Foundation programs empower future leaders and connect Greater Puget Sound through unique educational and cultural experiences. The Foundation also believes it is our responsibility to help build better communities and that live events are the lifeblood of our heritage. Please help us continue the tradition excellence that has been in place since 1950.

The breadth of Seafair and the Foundation’s contributions to the Greater Puget Sound Region is truly amazing. From its inception, the Seafair Foundation has welcomed nearly 2,000 qualified students to its scholarship programs and given approximately $600,000 in scholarship funds, given the gift of boating to the intellectually disabled community, sanctioned nearly 100 cultural and community events, and shown a tradition of excellence granted to us by the Seafair Festival. However, corporate sponsorship and fundraising events cover only a part of what the Foundation needs each year to continue offering its outstanding programs. With your help the gap between the Foundation’s budget line and its actual need can be covered by your gifts.

To learn more about the Seafair Foundation and find out how you can make a difference,



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