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Oktoberfest Fort Worth guests enjoy traditional German food, bier, live music, dancing, shopping vendors, and more. The festival kicks off with Thursday’s ceremonial ‘Tapping of the Kegs’ and the fun continues through Saturday with midway rides, dachshund races, stein hoist competitions, the Oktoberfest Run und Ride, and more.

Entertainment will include traditional German music on multiple stages, including Alex Meixner, Alpenmusikaten, Walburg Boys, Alpine Village Band, Das Ist Lustig. and Auf Geht’s.

Spaten will be served, along with other Fall and Oktoberfest craft beers from around the country. 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 or Dirndl and a variety of other German accessories.

Reata Restaurant brings back its unique pop-up German dining option - Reata Haus. The dining experience treats guests to authentic German meal options as well as snacks like Kasebrett (Cheeseboard) pretzel and sausage, all in a seated area in the air-conditioned Spaten Halle.

Oktoberfest Fort Worth guests enjoy traditional German food, bier, live music, dancing, shopping vendors, and more. The festival kicks off with Thursday’s ceremonial ‘Tapping of the Kegs’ and the fun continues through Saturday with midway rides, dachshund races, stein hoist competitions, the Oktoberfest Run und Ride, and more.

Entertainment will include traditional German music on multiple stages, including Alex Meixner, Alpenmusikaten, Walburg Boys, Alpine Village Band, Das Ist Lustig. and Auf Geht’s.

Spaten will be served, along with other Fall and Oktoberfest craft beers from around the country. 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 or Dirndl and a variety of other German accessories.

Reata Restaurant brings back its unique pop-up German dining option - Reata Haus. The dining experience treats guests to authentic German meal options as well as snacks like Kasebrett (Cheeseboard) pretzel and sausage, all in a seated area in the air-conditioned Spaten Halle.

Oktoberfest Fort Worth guests enjoy traditional German food, bier, live music, dancing, shopping vendors, and more. The festival kicks off with Thursday’s ceremonial ‘Tapping of the Kegs’ and the fun continues through Saturday with midway rides, dachshund races, stein hoist competitions, the Oktoberfest Run und Ride, and more.

Entertainment will include traditional German music on multiple stages, including Alex Meixner, Alpenmusikaten, Walburg Boys, Alpine Village Band, Das Ist Lustig. and Auf Geht’s.

Spaten will be served, along with other Fall and Oktoberfest craft beers from around the country. 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 or Dirndl and a variety of other German accessories.

Reata Restaurant brings back its unique pop-up German dining option - Reata Haus. The dining experience treats guests to authentic German meal options as well as snacks like Kasebrett (Cheeseboard) pretzel and sausage, all in a seated area in the air-conditioned Spaten Halle.

WHEN

WHERE

Panther Island Pavilion
395 Purcey St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
http://oktoberfestfw.com/

TICKET INFO

$5-$15
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