Fall is one of the best times of the year, crisp nights, changing leaves, and delicious pumpkin flavored beers. And if you are a big beer lover, there is no better thing to attend than a real Oktoberfest.
We all can’t head off to Germany this fall to celebrate Oktoberfest, but what is great is that there are plenty of places across the US that have their own celebrations. The best part is, You can find a hotel at Oktoberfest at HotelCoupons.com. So grab your lederhosen, get ready to have some beer and brats.
Here are a bunch of Oktoberfest celebrations around the country that you really should consider:
Tulsa, OK | October 19-22, 2017
One of the most popular (and authentic) Oktoberfest celebrations out there has to be the Tulsa Oktoberfest. Running for the past 35 years it is the perfect spot to listen to real German brands, over 40 types of beers and games.
Torrance, CA | September 8 – October 28, 2017
Sunny Southern California might be the perfect spot to celebrate Oktoberfest over a month’s worth of weekends. Featuring traditional Oom Pah Pah bands, plenty of beer and delicious German foods, this 45-year-old festival is a must see.
La Crosse, WI | September 28 – October 1, 2017
Going into its 53rd year, this Oktoberfest celebration is in La Crosse, Wisconsin and offers a ton of events. Lasting a full week it features strongman challenges, parades, live bands, and a craft beer night.
Denver, CO | September 22-23 & 29-30, 2017
Head out to the Rocky Mountains to celebrate this Oktoberfest in the heart of Denver. Rated by Maxim and USA Today by the best in the US, with keg bowling, stein hoisting, wiener dog racing and brat eating contests, it’s easy to see why.
Helen, GA | September 7-10; 14-17; 21-24; 28 – October 29, 2017
Did you know that in northern Georgia you can find a town with a complete replication of an Alpine village? Welcome to Helen, where the Oktoberfest celebration held here has been going for over 40 years and features polka dancing and beer drinking.
Have you been to any of these Oktoberfest celebrations? Do you have one you love in your area? Let us know in the comments!