Taco fans have something to look forward to with the announcement this week that San Jose Taco Fest will return for its third year.

Moveable Feast, the food truck organizing company behind the event, is bringing the event back to History Park on May 24 with a few revisions based on lessons learned the two previous years to improve the experience.

This year, for the expected 6,000 taco lovers, there will be 35 trucks: 15 in the traditional taco vein, 15 with more of a taco fusion vibe and five desert trucks. Since the event coincides with SJSU’s graduation, it will be starting later and ending later to give all those new graduates their well-deserved taco rewards.

The entertainment is expanding, as well, with two stages and a still unnamed local favorite rock band headlining. Since the Lucha Libre wrestlers were such crowd pleasers the last couple years, they’ll be returning along with vendors from SJ Made, a local craft and clothing makers’ collective.

“We’re making it better and better every year,” said Ryan Sebastian, owner of Movable Feast. “We’re excited to keep growing.”

Sebastian was hesitant to make the same claim about the Bacon Festival of America last year after a bit of a fiasco when event attendance well exceeded expectations and overwhelmed vendors. But, after bringing in a professional event planning company, Moveable Feast has since decided to go ahead with the Bacon Festival of America 2014 on Fourth of July weekend.

Also, for Labor Day weekend this year, Moveable Feast is planning a whole new festival: The Electronic Sriracha Festival. It will be a celebration of sriracha smothered foods and EDM. We will share more details on both events as they arrive.

Photos from last year by Alex Stover, via Metroactive.com: