Find an Oktoberfest Event Near You Without Needing a Passport!

Looking for an Oktoberfest event near you? 

Oktoberfest season is almost here, so it’s time to start searching for the best festivals in North America to attend!

From the West Coast to the East Coast, many cities stage their own Oktoberfest events infusing their own local charm and take on what has become one of the biggest German cultural events in the world featuring the staples of German beer, lots of delicious food and of course polka music. 

Not able to travel to Munich this year?  You don't need a passport!  We can help you find an Oktoberfest near where you live.

Find a USA Oktoberfest Event Near You

Top 10 Oktoberfest’s in North America

🍺 Helen, Georgia Oktoberfest 
When? Throughout September & October
Helen Georgia Oktoberfest Web Site


🍺 Leavenworth, Washington Oktoberfest 
When? October 5-6, 12-13 and 19-20
Leavenworth Washington Oktoberfest Web Site

 

🍺 Kitchener-Waterloo, Canada Oktoberfest 
When? October 5-13
Kitchener Oktoberfest Web Site

 

🍺 Alpine Village, Torrance California Oktoberfest 
When? September 7- October 27
Alpine Village California Oktoberfest Web Site


🍺 Big Bear Lake, California Oktoberfest 
When? September 8 - November 3
Big Bear Lake California Oktoberfest Web Site


🍺 Cincinnati, Ohio Oktoberfest 
When? September 21-24
Cincinnati Ohio Oktoberfest Web Site


🍺 Tulsa, Oklahoma Oktoberfest 
When? October 18–21
Tulsa Oklahoma Oktoberfest Web Site


🍺 Fredericksburg, Texas Oktoberfest 
When? September 7 - October 27
Fredericksburg Texas Oktoberfest Web Site


🍺 Mt. Angel, Oregon Oktoberfest 
When? September 13-16th
Mt Angel Oregon Oktoberfest Web Site



🍺 Denver Colorado Oktoberfest
When? Weekends in September
Denver Colorado Oktoberfest

 

Not near one of these Top Ten Oktoberfest events or want to try out another event?  No worries, use the following tool by typing in your zip code and finding an event near you with a link to the the web site of the event regarding location, dates etc.

Find an Oktoberfest Near You Tool

*We don’t want you to miss a second of these Oktoberfest parties, but sometimes the dates change so double check the events official web sites before hitting the road.

German music and dancing are the specialties of these Oktoberfest’s. Bring your German dirndl or lederhosen to join in the fun and enjoy German food and German dancing such as the chicken dance.  If you would like more general information about Oktoberfest itself, check out OktoberfestInformation.com

Now that you know the places to eat some weisswurst, sauerkraut, apple strudel, spaetzle, pretzels, and drink beer from your German beer stein, start thinking about how to dress up for the occasion. Don’t worry, we've got you covered for that too!

Visit  OktoberfestHaus.com for great costume ideas, German hats, beer steins, Oktoberfest decorations, German costumes and more at a great price.

One stop shopping for all things Oktoberfest.

We hope you have some good old fashioned German fun; without even having to leave the country!

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