Don’t confuse Oktoberfest with the month of October. Oktoberfest “officially” runs runs from noon on Saturday, September 20th through Sunday October 5th 2014. In Washington, you can expect Oktoberfest/Octoberfest activities from now until the end of October. Washington does LOVE its beer!  I try to be thorough as I can but I always miss something. If you know of one that I am missing, please add it in the comments. Thanks and Prost!

Sept 19-21

Fremont Oktoberfest

Two fisted drinking

Fremont Oktoberfest

Fremont Oktoberfest is one of the biggest and most popular Oktoberfest celebrations in the world. According to their web site, they are one of the 10 best Oktoberfest celebrations in the world! This year, the Fremont celebration boasts more than 50 breweries with over 100 beers on tap over the weekend. Because it is in Fremont is is all about the weird and wonderful:

  • Tasting Garden
  • Buxom Beer Garden
  • Miss Buxom Contest
  • Fremont 5K Run
  • Family Friendly Fun- Kids and pets allowed inside Tasting Garden
$20 Festival Only Admission: Includes entry into the festival and 4 non-alcoholic beverage vouchers (Mini-mug or tokens are NOT included in Festival Only admission) $25 General Admission: 5 tasting tokens and a mini-mug* $30 Grand Admission: 10 tasting tokens and a mini-mug*

Buy your tickets in advance online and SAVE $10!

Prices increase Friday September 19, 2014 to the following: $25 Festival Only Admission: Includes festival into the festival and 4 non-alcoholic beverage vouchers (Mini-mug or tokens are NOT included in Festival Only admission) $35 General Admission: 5 tasting tokens and a mini-mug* $40 Grand Admission: 10 tasting tokens and a mini-mug*

Kitsap Oktoberfest

Kitsap Oktoberfest Saturday September 20, 2014 at Cloverleaf Bar & Grill 2-6pm FREE Admission

  • Oktoberfest Games
  • Beer
  • Brats
  • Raffle Prizes
  • Coats for Kids Benefit Auction

Get Discounted Beers and support local firefighters the purchase of a commemorative mug!

October 3-4

Leavenworth Oktoberfest

Live music, children activities, brats, turkey legs, cole slaw, wine and beer is available from vendors. Free shuttles for Leavenworth area. Shuttles to outlying areas cost an additional fee.

Leavenworth OktoberfestLeavenworth Oktoberfest Info:

Friday Entrance Fee: $10 

Saturday: $20

Opening Ceremony every Saturday with procession starts every Saturday at noon on Ski Hill Drive on Hwy 2 and goes down Front Street to the Festhalle with the mayor tapping the keg at 1pm. Villagers and visiting guests will be in colorful traditional Bavarian dirndls and lederhosen.

If the festival exceeds occupancy, the gates will be closed and as people leave, those who bought tickets in advance will have priority over those buying tickets that day. Tickets are available online.

October 10-11

Leavenworth Oktoberfest

Live music, children activities, brats, turkey legs, cole slaw, wine and beer is available from vendors. Free shuttles for Leavenworth area. Shuttles to outlying areas cost an additional fee.

Leavenworth OktoberfestLeavenworth Oktoberfest Info:

Friday Entrance Fee: $10 

Saturday: $20

Opening Ceremony every Saturday with procession starts every Saturday at noon on Ski Hill Drive on Hwy 2 and goes down Front Street to the Festhalle with the mayor tapping the keg at 1pm. Villagers and visiting guests will be in colorful traditional Bavarian dirndls and lederhosen.

If the festival exceeds occupancy, the gates will be closed and as people leave, those who bought tickets in advance will have priority over those buying tickets that day. Tickets are available online.

October 17-18

Leavenworth Oktoberfest

Live music, children activities, brats, turkey legs, cole slaw, wine and beer is available from vendors. Free shuttles for Leavenworth area. Shuttles to outlying areas cost an additional fee.

Leavenworth OktoberfestLeavenworth Oktoberfest Info:

Friday Entrance Fee: $10 

Saturday: $20

Opening Ceremony every Saturday with procession starts every Saturday at noon on Ski Hill Drive on Hwy 2 and goes down Front Street to the Festhalle with the mayor tapping the keg at 1pm. Villagers and visiting guests will be in colorful traditional Bavarian dirndls and lederhosen.

If the festival exceeds occupancy, the gates will be closed and as people leave, those who bought tickets in advance will have priority over those buying tickets that day. Tickets are available online.