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Al R.
Report | 5 months ago
Last year kind of sucked because it was a big, azz mud pit.
Chad H.
Report | 7 months ago
Yes, it should be moved to the huge parking lot, way more than enough parking! Was a mud pit, we took the family and kids.
Tiffany P.
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Report | a year ago
Be careful with the scorpion and ghost peppers.
Kate P.
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Report | a year ago
It's so much fun!! We go every year!!
Dana B.
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Report | a year ago
Had a wonderful time!!! I enjoy all the tasting's!!! I bought seasoning's,sauces & a pepper plant!!! I will defiantly go again next year!!
Tanya M.
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Report | a year ago
It was better than I expected! Had a really fun time!
GG C.
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Report | a year ago
Please use parking lot when rain is a potential, the grounds were a smelly, muddy mess.
Jamie M.
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Report | a year ago
The live music was great. It was very muddy due to the weather the day before.
Gary O.
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Report | a year ago
Awesome Festival. Lots of fun to be had!
nikki
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Report | a year ago
We had a wonderful time at the Hot Sauce Festival despite the fact that my cute shoes were covered in mud by the time we left! Maybe next time it should be in a parking lot as to avoid destroying a perfectly good field. We will be going again next year for sure!
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In Houston, September beats out July and August for the hottest month of the year—it has nothing to do with the weather, however. The culprit behind the elevated heat level is the Houston Hot Sauce Festival. This annual event brings together exhibitors from across the country to sell and hand out samples of their signature hot sauces, salsas, jams, dips, and other spicy foods. Luckily, vendors also supply plenty of cool beverages, thus eliminating the need for bite-size fire extinguishers.

Live entertainment complements the spicy goods. Blues artists, jazz bands, and other musician play throughout the festival, and each day brings special events, such as salsa eating competitions or fire eating performances.

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