Cathedral City officials will put on the Sixth Annual Taste of Jalisco Festival starting Friday.

The event is scheduled for Feb. 11-13 at the festival lawn in front of City Hall and will feature a carnival, vendor market, tequila tasting, car show, Mexican cuisine and daily entertainment, according to organizers.

The annual celebration honors the 25-year sister city relationship between Cathedral City and Tequila, Jalisco, located in Mexico.

Headlining the live entertainment is Ballet Folklorico de Los Angeles and Mariachi Garibaldi de Jaime Cuellar with a performance of “Mexico Lindo.” The show tells the stories of Mexico’s musical traditions through choreography and colors.

The festival itself is free, but tickets for the performances range from $20 to $95.

More information is available tasteofjalisco.com.

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