Apparently, Las Vegas is the only place in Nevada that knows how to party German style. With more than 300,000 residents with German heritage, Nevada citizens should be ashamed that I have discovered just two more Nevada Oktoberfest than I have in North Dakota. I expect that these Oktoberfests will be a little bit more of a party than the ones in North Dakota, though. So shorten your dirndl and party it up!
Las Vegas Oktoberfests
Hofbrauhaus Oktoberfest – Las Vegas, Nevada – September 14 – October 26, 2013
Hofbrauhaus Las Vegas celebrates Oktoberfest with celebrity keg tappings on weekends in September and October. Siegfried & Roy will tap the first keg on September 14th at 7 PM. Stein Holding contests on Friday and Saturday nights.
Location: 4510 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89169
Las Vegas Oktoberfest – Las Vegas, NV – October 5, 2013
The German-American Social Club of Nevada and the City of Las Vegas hold an annual Oktoberfest at Centenial Plaza at the Historic Fifth Street School. From 2-9 PM, they will have German music, dance, food and beer, along with children’s activities and games. Free and open to the public.
Location: 401 S 4th St, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Oktoberfest Pool Party – Las Vegas, Nevada – October 19, 2013
The Golden Nugget will hold its Oktoberfest pool party on October 19, 2013 as part of its annual two day Fall Beer Festival.
Location: 129 E. Fremont St., Las Vegas, NV 89101
Las Vegas Oktoberfest – October 5, 2013
The LA Oktoberfest has expanded to Vegas! General admission tickets are $35. Proceeds benefit the American Parkinson Disease Association.
Location: Neonopolis – Downtown Las Vegas, 450 Fremont St. Las Vegas, NV 89101
Gordon Biersch Oktoberfest – Las Vegas, Nevada
Golden Biersch has, in past years at its brewpub, run a special menu in September and October inspired by traditional German Oktoberfest and Fall foods to coincide with the tapping of its seasonal Festbier.
If you are looking for a celebration that may be less hip and more German, take a look at the largest Oktoberfests in the United States for the most popular celebrations of German heritage. You should also check the list of nearby states that celebrate Oktoberfest: Arizona, California, Idaho, Oregon and Utah.
Whether you have found a festival to enjoy or you will be celebrating from home, Funtober has some other resources that will help you prepare for Oktoberfest. Read about the history of Oktoberfest. Learn about Oktoberfest beer. Find the words to Oktoberfest music. Plan your Oktoberfest outfit. And try cooking some of these Oktoberfest recipes.
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