Join 200,000 people for the greatest Oktoberfest that Nashville has ever seen!
THE SOUTH’S LARGEST FALL FESTIVAL
SAVE THE DATE: OCTOBER 7, 8 & 9!
THANK YOU NASHVILLE FOR MAKING OUR OKTOBERFEST ONE OF THE BIGGEST IN THE COUNTRY!
HIGHLIGHTS OF OKTOBERFEST 2015:
Oktoberfest 2015 also raised over $60,000 for the Germantown neighborhood benefitting:
– The Restoration of the Assumption Church (2nd oldest church in Nashville)
– The Germantown Historic Neighborhood Association
– Crossroads Pet Adoption in Germantown
VIELEN DANK! WE’LL SEE YOU IN OCTOBER!
Oktoberfest is coming!
37th Annual Nashville Oktoberfest
Dates: October 7, 8 & 9
FESTIVAL ADMISSION IS FREE!
Celebrate the traditions of Munich Oktoberfest for 3 days in the heart of Music City! Oktoberfest is Nashville’s oldest-running festival & has been an annual tradition since 1980.
It’s not just a beer festival! Oktoberfest has something for EVERYONE: delicious German food from 25+ restaurants & vendors, GREAT beer from both local & German breweries, tons kids & family events, over 150 Arts & Crafts vendors, German music stages, Wiener Dog races, the 2nd largest 5K run in Tennessee – and so much more!
Join 200,000 German fans in 2016 for the greatest Oktoberfest that Nashville has ever seen!
NASHVILLE’S OLDEST & LARGEST FESTIVAL
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AN EPIC 3-DAY EVENT THAT HAS SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE!
Like Beer? Then this is the festival for you. We have 9 beer stations pouring Paulaner and Hacker Pschorr brews – freshly imported from Munich. Or visit our Craft Beer Gardens and taste 18 different kinds of craft and Oktoberfest beers from 9 different breweries!
Music is an important part of the Oktoberfest – this is Nashville, after all! Oktoberfest, Music-City Style! In 2016, we have three music stages and some of the country’s best German Oompah bands to entertain. Best of all, it’s free!
Kid & Family-Friendly! And Pet-Friendly! The Oktoberfest Fall Festival is appropriate for all ages. Family favorites include the huge Kids Zone area, our annual Wiener Dog Races & Saturday’s Pup Parade through the streets of Germantown.