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Fort Worth Oktoberfest is a three-day Munich-style celebration of German culture. Guests can enjoy traditional German food, bier, live music, dancing, vendors, and more. The festival kicks off with Thursday’s ceremonial "Tapping of the Kegs" and the fun continues through Saturday with carnival rides, dachshund races, bier barrel rolling, stein hoist competitions, the Oktoberfest Run und Ride, and more.

Entertainment will include German polka and party bands on multiple stages. This year’s lineup includes Alex Meixner, Alpenmusikanten, Chardon Polka Band, Das Ist Lustig, Ginny Mac, Mike and the Middletones, Walburg Boys, Nick Ballarini, and Keine Kunst Folk Dance Troupe.

Spaten will be on tap, along with other Fall and Oktoberfest craft beers. Traditional German food offerings such as bratwursts, pretzels, strudel, schnitzel and German potato pancakes will also be available. Festival goers can enjoy the air-conditioned Spaten Hall as well as multiple outdoor and tented biergartens. Shopping vendors will be on hand with traditional German Lederhosen and Dirndls and a variety of other German accessories.

Fort Worth Oktoberfest is a three-day Munich-style celebration of German culture. Guests can enjoy traditional German food, bier, live music, dancing, vendors, and more. The festival kicks off with Thursday’s ceremonial "Tapping of the Kegs" and the fun continues through Saturday with carnival rides, dachshund races, bier barrel rolling, stein hoist competitions, the Oktoberfest Run und Ride, and more.

Entertainment will include German polka and party bands on multiple stages. This year’s lineup includes Alex Meixner, Alpenmusikanten, Chardon Polka Band, Das Ist Lustig, Ginny Mac, Mike and the Middletones, Walburg Boys, Nick Ballarini, and Keine Kunst Folk Dance Troupe.

Spaten will be on tap, along with other Fall and Oktoberfest craft beers. Traditional German food offerings such as bratwursts, pretzels, strudel, schnitzel and German potato pancakes will also be available. Festival goers can enjoy the air-conditioned Spaten Hall as well as multiple outdoor and tented biergartens. Shopping vendors will be on hand with traditional German Lederhosen and Dirndls and a variety of other German accessories.

Fort Worth Oktoberfest is a three-day Munich-style celebration of German culture. Guests can enjoy traditional German food, bier, live music, dancing, vendors, and more. The festival kicks off with Thursday’s ceremonial "Tapping of the Kegs" and the fun continues through Saturday with carnival rides, dachshund races, bier barrel rolling, stein hoist competitions, the Oktoberfest Run und Ride, and more.

Entertainment will include German polka and party bands on multiple stages. This year’s lineup includes Alex Meixner, Alpenmusikanten, Chardon Polka Band, Das Ist Lustig, Ginny Mac, Mike and the Middletones, Walburg Boys, Nick Ballarini, and Keine Kunst Folk Dance Troupe.

Spaten will be on tap, along with other Fall and Oktoberfest craft beers. Traditional German food offerings such as bratwursts, pretzels, strudel, schnitzel and German potato pancakes will also be available. Festival goers can enjoy the air-conditioned Spaten Hall as well as multiple outdoor and tented biergartens. Shopping vendors will be on hand with traditional German Lederhosen and Dirndls and a variety of other German accessories.

WHEN

WHERE

Trinity Park
2401 University Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76109
https://fortworthoktoberfest.com/

TICKET INFO

$10-$20
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