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5 Epic Oktoberfest Celebrations Around Seattle You Can’t Miss This Season

By Jennifer Moreno

Oktoberfest Seattle

Get ready for a true German experience at these amazing Oktoberfests!

If you’re looking to celebrate Oktoberfest, you don’t have just one option; but five! Here are some of the most amazing beer festivals coming to our city this season!

1. Fremont Oktoberfest

This is the largest beer festival in Seattle, and this year promises a bunch of fun activities for everyone. If you decide to visit, you’ll be able to enjoy more than 100 seasonal beers on tap, including award-winners, microbrews, traditional German bier, ciders, and seltzers. Have a great time cheering with friends, hit the dancefloor at the DJ Tower, chug a tall beer at the Stein Hoisting, catch a game at the outdoor Sports Lounge, and challenge your friends to a SPIN ping pong competition. Tickets are on sale now, and going fast; so, we recommend getting yours ASAP!

When: September 17, 18, and 19, 2021

Where: 35th St and Canal St, Seattle, WA 98103

Cost: $20 to $60 (depends on the day of your choosing)

 

2. Ounces Taproom & Beer Garden

Oktoberfest is coming to West Seattle, and this year offers an array of cold beer, hot brats, live music, tons of fun contests, and prize giveaways! This amazing event will host a ton of local breweries that can be paired up with traditional brats and hot pretzels. All ages are welcome to this event, and it’s the perfect chance to spend a fun weekend with family or friends.

When: October 1- 3, and  7, 2021

Where: 3809 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA, 98106

Cost: Free

 

3. Brats Brews & Bands

This amazing event is back this year, and it’s coming larger than ever. Expect a wide variety of beers on tap, more than 12 bands playing, local food trucks, and a brand new wine garden. Tickets to this event are on sale, and each one includes 5 tasting tokens, a tasting cup, and an admission cover for the band show.  Brats, Brews & Bands are honoring the people who were lost in the 9/11 tragedy 20 years ago, and this event will include speakers from Lacey Fire District 3, the Lacey Police Department, and a special performance by the country artist and songwriter Nick Nicholson.

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When: September 11, 2021

Where: 676 Woodland Square Loop SE, Lacey, WA 98503

Cost: Pre-sale $25 / Day of the event $30

 

4. Oktoberfest at Queen Anne Beerhall

Enjoy 10 days of Oktoberfest at Queen Anne Beerhall, where you can savor a huge variety of beers, join the sausage and beer competition, enjoy amazing folk music, and catch an exciting football game! This incredible venue brings an authentic beer hall experience to Seattle, and it offers an amazing atmosphere for everyone. The event offers something different every day, so we recommend visiting their website to check out more about schedules and entry information.

When: September 23 to October 3, 2021

Where: 203 W Thomas St, Seattle, WA 98119

5. Kirkland Oktoberfest

This 3-day fest offers an authentic München-style Oktoberfest Biergarten on the shores of Lake Washington. Enjoy live German music, DJs, games, contests, half-pour beer tastings, and more. If you decide to visit, part of your ticket purchase will support the Chump Change Foundation and other nonprofits in the community. Tickets for this event are available online, and they feature All Day and Weekend Passes.

When: September 24, 25, and 26, 2021

Where: 25 Lakeshore Plaza Dr, Kirkland, WA 98033

Cost: $20 to $55

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