Chronic Tacos, the southern California Mexican grill chain, recently announced a new collaboration with the multi-platinum rock band Incubus.
Incubus, known for their unique funk/pop/rock sound, is set to play Los Angeles’ historic Hollywood Bowl on October 6. Chronic Tacos is giving five fans the opportunity to win free tickets to see the band, which will be performing their fan favorite 2001 "Morning View" album in its entirety, along with a selection of their greatest hits.
To enter for a chance to win, customers must visit Chronic Tacos' official Instagram page (@chronictacos) through September 15.
"Teaming up with Incubus for their performance at the Hollywood Bowl aligns with our values of living the #tacolife," said Michael Mohammed, Chronic Tacos CEO. According to the brand, the #tacolife is “all about good food, good vibes and good experiences,” and is reflected in each taco shop featuring original artistic designs inspired by traditional “Day of the Dead” art along with lively music.
Previously, Chronic Tacos, which embraces the California marijuana-friendly lifestyle (chronic is term for high-quality marijuana), has teamed up with several popular marijuana brands and services such as Weedmaps, Hyperwolf, Butter, Kush Cups and Swifts among others.
Inspired by traditional Mexican taquerias, Chronic was founded by two Orange County, Calif., locals in 2001. The chain has locations across the U.S. as well as in Canada and Japan, and will be opening new stores in the Los Angeles region in Redondo Beach and at Los Angeles International Airport by the end of 2023.