Our list of 2016 celebrations of Oktoberfest in Arkansas. When I discovered that there weren’t very many festivals for Oktoberfest in Utah, I understood why. I have no clue why there aren’t more Oktoberfests in Arkansas. Four festivals for 350,000 citizens in the state claiming German ancestry seems pretty low. Please let me know if I missed some.
We hope you enjoyed last year’s list. We will be updating this information for 2016 over the next few weeks. Stay tuned!
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Little Rocktoberfest – Little Rock, AR, September 24, 2016
Location: Dickey-Stephens Park, 400 West Broadway, North Little Rock, Arkansas 72114
Hotosertoma Oktoberfest – Springfield – Sept 18-19, 2015
2nd annual event. $5 entry and $5 parking. Must be 21 to enter. Alpine Goodwill Games (including Stein Hoisting, Barrel Roll, Brat Toss, Carry the Wench, Tricycle Race, Log Rolling, Barrel Toss, Striking Hammer and Pulling the Keg) and 5K run/walk on Saturday. Beer, brats and more.
Location: Ozark Empire Fairgrounds
Oktoberfest First Friday – Bentonville, AR – October 2, 2015
The first weekend in October brings traditional German food, a Mug Root Biergarten, brat eating contest and chicken dance to Bentonville.
Oktoberfest – Rogers, AR – October 3, 2015
A whole day of food, music and fun for the family. Enjoy the sounds of the Oom-pah-pah bands and Hammerschlagen, the scents of bratwurst and pretzels!
Location: Frisco Park – 200 S. First St., Rogers, AR 72756
Oktoberfest – Fairfield Bay, AR – October 9-10, 2015
Enjoy music, dancing, a Bier Garten, German food, and of course an Oompah-pah band. All the fun, food, and beer available. Admission is free.
Location: Fairfield Bay Conference & Visitor Center at 110 Lost Creek Parkway
We hope you enjoy these celebrations of Oktoberfest. Arkansas residents: Let us know which one you like the best!
Given the limited number of festivals celebrating Oktoberfest in Arkansas, I’m recommending that you also look at the list of large Oktoberfest celebrations in the United States as well as the surrounding states which also have Oktoberfest parties: Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas.