Top 19 Oktoberfests In The United States!
Original List by Joe-1313738725

mount angel oktoberfest – mount angel, oregon
This little community located 40 miles south of Portland, OR, with architecture, farmland and countryside starkly reminiscent of Bavaria, was settled by German pioneers in the 1800s. The town’s Oktoberfest, which started in 1966 as a harvest festival, is now the biggest festival in the Northwest, attracting more than 350,000 people for 4 days of live music, free “Kindergarten” rides and shows, street dancing, arts and crafts, traditional biergarten (and weingarten) and more than 50 food chalets.
phoenix club oktoberfest - anaheim, ca
Join us at the best Oktoberfest in Orange County. We are located in Anaheim, the heart of Orange County, where we’ve been celebrating Oktoberfest for over 50 years! Our delicious German food, German beer on tap, Polkas and Prosts in our Festzelt and Biergarten, will have you Partying like a German!
el cajon oktoberfest - el cajon, california
Don't let the "oktoberfest" in nearby San Diego trick you. That one is more like a flea market or any other festival. The El Cajon Oktoberfest is the real deal, complete with a live German polka band, great German food, and of course, lots and lots of brown bubbly stuff.
wurstfest – new braunfels, texas
If Munich can push Oktoberfest forward into September, then I guess we can push Oktoberfest back into November to include this popular German Sausage festival. It started in 1961 with a one day sausage festival that 2,000 people attended. It is now ten day celebration of German culture attended by more than 100,000 that was rated the third best festival in Texas. There will be live music, Bavarian entertainment and dancing with more than 40 local, national, and international performers. You will definitely enjoy the German food and beer as well as carnival rides and games.
oktoberfest usa – la crosse, wisconsin
Dunn proclaims this "one of the most authentic Oktoberfest celebrations in the U.S." It is heavily supported by locals, with a parade featuring traditional attire. It's also one of the longest (Sept. 24-Oct. 2), held on the same dates as Munich's event.
This year, in partnership with Paulaner, the outdoor event is celebrating its 10th year anniversary. Visitors can feast on authentic German food and sample over 30 craft breweries throughout Labor Day weekend. Five stages are located around the fairgrounds where there will be band performances as well as dancers and contests.
oktoberfest zinzinnati – cincinnati, ohio
This Cincinnati Oktoberfest, started in 1976, is the largest in the United States with over 500,000 visitors expected in 2013. Six blocks of Fifth Street from Vine to Sentinel in downtown Cincinnati are closed for the weekend. It’s the first year that the Oktoberfest celebration will be open on Friday evening. Beer will be available from Beck’s, Budweiser, Christian Moerlein, Erdinger, Hofbrauhaus, Hudepohl, Miller, Rivertown, Samuel Adams, Warsteiner and Yuengling. Other highlights of the 2013 festival include the Running of the Wieners and the World’s Largest Chicken Dance led by George Takei of Star Trek. Don’t miss the Samuel Adams Stein Hoisting Championship and the fourth annual World Bratwurst Eating Contest either!
leavenworth oktoberfest – leavenworth, washington
Leavenworth, located two hours east of Seattle, is Washington State’s Bavarian village. More than one million annually visit this town that transformed its appearance in the 1960s from its logging origins. The Oktoberfest, started in 1998, is the first three weekends in October. More than 35,000 are expected at this festival named Best Family Fun/Street Fair by Evening Magazines 2013 The Best Northwest Escapes Viewers Poll. Four stages of live entertainment and music along with a large selection of imported German beer. The Leavenworth Oktoberfest Marathon will be held on Saturday, October 5th if you want to burn off some calories.
appleton oktoberfest – appleton, wisconsin
oktoberfest - big bear lake
This one looks like a lot of fun!
oktoberfest nola
With all the authenticity of a real German Oktoberfest and a flare of genuine New Orleans flavor, this is the best fest this side of New Braunfels.
great sports, museums, parks
Colorado's biggest Oktoberfest is on Larimer Square (Sept. 17-19 and 24-26), and it is very family-friendly, Dunn says. It replicates the ceremonial tapping of the first keg, substituting Samuel Adams Brewery founder Jim Koch for Munich's mayor. Other touches include 5K and 10K races and a costume contest for Dachshunds.
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