Bristol to host upcoming tequila festival at Motion

Shots shots shots shots

Tequila lovers everywhere in Bristol will be delighted to learn that Saturday November 4th will see world famous nightclub Motion hosting a festival dedicated to the Mexican roots of the alcoholic drink.

From 1pm until 11pm, event-goers will embark on a Tequila tasting journey with over 30 Tequilas to try out. On arrival, as well as being handed a complimentary shot, they will receive a Tequila Bible to guide them through their Tequila experience.

The event, the sixth leg in a sixteen stop nationwide tour, will feature traditional Mexican dancers and a Mariachi band providing live music.

DJs will be spinning house music with a Latin twist throughout, and a range of performers will entertain the crowds, alongside colourful piƱatas and processions.

Guests can visit the Tequila cocktail bar, the Amigos beer bar, the Jose Cuervo Tequila Truck, as well as enjoy specialist Mexican food stalls.

According to event organiser Nathan Reed: "Tequila has a very strong cultural identity, so we wanted to bring this to life and put on a festival that celebrates the remarkable diversity and history of this wonderful drink."

"The Tequila Festival will be an unmissable party, full of music and entertainment, and of course, a chance to taste the best Tequilas under the sun".

Tickets for the festival can be purchased here.

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