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Fremont Oktoberfest is here!

By Cara · September 19th, 2014 · 1 Comment

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The 18th annual Fremont Oktoberfest benefitting the Fremont Chamber of Commerce. The beer-centric event opens at 5pm this evening, tickets are available here. The festival will take place between Phinney Ave N and 1st Ave NW along N 35th Street and N Canal Street. The Sunday Market will take place as normal on N 34th Street.

The most notable change this year is that Friday and Saturday remain 21 and over but Sunday is now Family Friendly! Children and dogs are welcome for free with a paying adult.

For the full festival rundown visit this page with a very useful infographic.

Festivities include but are not limited to…

The Tasting Garden:

Image from Fremont Oktoberfest's Facebook

Image from Fremont Oktoberfest’s Facebook

The Buxom Beer Garden with liter steins and boots for the photo op

The Oktoberfest 5k Run on Sunday at 10am. Not into running? There is also the Street Scramble scavenger hunt at 10:30am.

There will also be live music, an indoor sports bar, food and of course, the Miss Buxom contest.

Again, this event benefits the Fremont Chamber of Commerce who’s mission is to “strengthen the business climate and improves the quality of life in the Fremont area.” This includes supporting local schools, art groups, community events, and promoting Fremont as the “Center of the Universe.”

Not planning on participating in the festivities?

Expect increased traffic and crowds in Fremont all weekend. 

Festival hours are as follows:

  • Friday, September 19 — 5:00pm-12:00midnight* (21+ Only)
  • Saturday, September 20 — 11:00am-12:00midnight* (21+ Only)
  • Sunday, September 21 — 11:00am-6:00pm** (Guests under 21 admitted for free when accompanied by paying adult)

Attendees are encouraged by the organizers to cab, Uber, or have a designated driver.

Welcome to the “Center of the Brewniverse!”

1 response so far ↓

  • 1 ibdpain // Sep 19, 2014 at 9:19 pm

    uh – it’s only September. I can hardly wait for the Christmas celebration in November.

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