Munich comes to Vail for the world’s greatest celebration of beer, music and autumn – Oktoberfest! The event will see two full weekends of blown-out Bavarian fun including the return of many crowd favorites like the Klement’s Bratwurst Eating Contests and Keg Bowling. Emulating the age-old celebration known all over the world, Vail Oktoberfest delights guests with tasty beer, traditional music and dancing, yodeling, alpenhorn blowing, and much more!
There is no cost for admission to Vail Oktoberfest, and the event is open to the public
It’s that time of year again to dust off your lederhosen, tie up the dirndls and grab your steins because Oktoberfest is approaching quickly! Oktoberfest is the world’s greatest celebration of beer, music and autumn which is an important part of Bavarian culture which originally started in Munich, Bavaria, Germany in 1810. Oktoberfest is family affair with events for adults and kids alike. Crowd favorites include Klement’s Bratwurst Eating Contest, Stein Lifting Competition presented by Vail Vitality Center and the ever popular Keg Bowling Competition. Guests will be delighted with Bavarian music and dancing, yodeling, authentic Bavarian food and beverages including Klement’s bratwursts, pretzels, beverages from Hucker-Pschorv and Jagermeister and more.
Beaver Creek’s Oktoberfest is September 3 and 4th and Vail’s Oktoberfest is September 9 through 11th in Lionshead and September 16 through 18th in Vail Village. For more information on the Oktoberfest in the Vail Valley please visit: www.vailoktoberfest.com