Practice your polka, brush up on your chicken-dance, and welcome back the season of Oktoberfests in Colorado! Check out my Oktoberfest guide and dust off your lederhosen and dirndls. Prost!
Beaver Creek Oktoberfest⎪Raise your stein and sip on authentic German beers while the family enjoys music and games during this celebration. September 3-5
Berthoud Oktoberfest⎪Grab your lederhosen and join for the annual Berthoud Oktoberfest!
They are celebrating German heritage and traditions with their annual cultural fundraising event.
Enjoy live German music, beer, delicious German food, and MORE!
Admission to our family-friendly German-themed festival is FREE and the event includes a number of fun activities for children and adults. October 2
Brecktoberfest⎪This fall, Breckenridge’s traditional Oktoberfest Main Street party will downsize into Brecktoberfest, an elevated ticketed-event held at the iconic Riverwalk Center. With two entry times per day, the Riverwalk will mimic a full-blown Munich celebration with live music from The Polkanauts, enough fall-themed beer and cuisine to put anyone in the “Prost!” spirit, and fall colors providing the ultimate backdrop. September 24-26
Castle Rock Oktoberfest ⎪Come to Downtown Castle Rock to celebrate the season! Enjoy Colorado’s finest breweries, food trucks and family games! September 18
Colorado Springs Oktoberfest⎪Food Vendors, Live Bands, Dancing, Wiener Dog Races, Stein Hoisting Contest, Costume Contest, Keg Tapping, Retail Vendors, Wine Tastings (Ticket Required); and Beer School (Ticket Required). Lots to do all weekend! September 24-26.
Denver Oktoberfest⎪The event you’ve loved celebrating for 51 years with an elevated experience. Improved music production, full bars, less lines, and seamless payment for all food and drink. Entertainment includes stein hoisting, keg bowling and brat eating contests, live music, as well as the 11th annual Long Dog Derby, which determines the city’s fastest dachshunds. September 17-19 and September 24-26
Estes Park/Autumn Gold Festival⎪A Festival of Beer, Brats and Bands! September 25-26
Greeley OktoBrewfest⎪We’ll have at least a dozen northern Colorado breweries on hand, Distilleries and more! Enjoy food from 12 different vendors, and yes, there will be plenty of brats of course.
The Children’s area will be alive all day Saturday with inflatable fun, an obstacle course, WOW bubbles, pumpkin decorating, face painting and lots more fun for the kiddos.
Entertainment will include polka bands, The UNC Jazz Lab 1 Band, Randy Eckhart and the Dutch Hop Makers, the Greeley Children’s Chorale, The Colorado Conservatory of Dance, The Jurrassicastors, and more to be announced. September 24-26
Keystone Oktoberfest⎪Keystone Oktoberfest is for the entire family! Kids will love Kinderfest, their very own kids Oktoberfest, they get to make koozies at The Frosted Flamingo mobile art studio, watch dance performances, and take lessons from the Denver German Traditional Dance Group. Parents will love the Colorado craft beers from New Belgium Brewery that draw from German roots. As an added bonus the River Run Village stores and shops are getting in the spirit and having an Oktoberfest Tent Sale that day so treat yourself to an end-of-summer goodie from one of the many unique shops. Saturday, September 4
La Veta’s Oktoberfest⎪If you haven’t had a chance to attend La Veta’s Oktoberfest, what are you waiting for? Held on the first Saturday of every October, this incredible day includes a car show, German band, dancing in the street all day long, over 60 arts, crafts, and food vendors, a Veteran’s tribute, and a German Biergarten.
Festivities begin at 10 am after the 5K fun run. This popular run begins and ends in La Veta Town Park and takes runners through the Cuchara Valley, under the majestic Spanish Peaks. October 2
Longmont Oktoberfest⎪Pull out your lederhosen and dirndls…Longmont Oktoberfest is back! The Left Hand Brewing Foundation is proud to present Longmont Oktoberfest–Longmont’s favorite community gathering featuring live music, local breweries, food & vendors, and fun for ages–all while raising to support local charities! September 25
Loveland Oktoberfest⎪In addition to the German-style beer, be prepared to wear your dirndl and lederhosen for the best-dressed competition and hoist those steins high for the stein-hoisting competition. Authentic German food, beer, and live music will give you the experience that you’re havin’ a pint in Dusseldorf. Prost! September 17-18
Montrose Oktoberfest⎪Montrose Oktoberfest is BACK! Back with the best beers of the Western Slope and beyond, live music in a NEW location, delicious food from local food trucks and restaurants—and best of all, BACK to sharing it together with our amazing community! October 9
OktobefestPLUS⎪A Family Friendly event located in beautiful Woodland Park. Fantastic German Beer and Wine, along with great food and entertainment
This is THE festival you want to attend in 2021.
Why the PLUS…along with the traditional German Music we host a stage of Country, Jazz and Rock N Roll music. September 18-19
This year’s Oktoberfest experience features bratwurst served over red cabbage and sautéed apples topped with spaetzle drizzled with a Düsseldorf German mustard. Served with a roll and butter. September 8-October 21
Parker Oktoberfest⎪The Parker Oktoberfest is a three-day festival that brings the Parker community together with games, contests, live music, and plenty of traditional German beer! This free event is a great way to spend time with the entire family, as there are plenty of activities for both adults and children alike. September 17-19
Steamboat OktoberWest⎪Celebrating it’s 12th year, OktoberWest is a celebration of craft beer in beautiful Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
With an anticipated 30 brewers and between 1,000-1,500 beer enthusiasts in attendance, this one-day afternoon event will include live music, food, and festivities. September 18
Vail Oktoberfest⎪Vail Oktoberfest™ returns this September with time-honored traditions including keg bowling, stein lifting and bratwurst eating contests. You and your friends are invited to don your lederhosen and dirndls and join in the traditional Oktoberfest festivities while listening to live music with legendary performer Helmut Fricker and all the Bavarian musicians lined-up for two full weekends of celebration. As always, Vail Oktoberfest will be serving up all of the fun! There will be plenty of time to polka, so grab a pretzel or strudel, drink beer and say Prosit! September 10-12 and September 17-19