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Oktoberfest in the US: a guide for first-timers

Oktoberfest in the US: a guide for first-timers

Autumn is not only popular for its beautiful orange foliage scenery or seasonal fruits, but it is also famous for having some of the best and most anticipated celebrations of the entire year. This is Oktoberfest, a popular beer festival that originated in Munich in 1810 and over the years has become a tradition in its country of origin as well as in other parts of Europe and the US. If you can't travel or don't have enough money to enjoy Oktoberfest, take a trip to the supermarket and buy the beer you like best. There are options like ShopRite, Kroger, Price Chopper or Dollar Tree where you will find the best brands at affordable prices. A beginner's guide: these are the best places to celebrate Oktoberfest in the United States.

Das Beste in La Crosse (Wisconsin)


Das Beste is considered the best Oktoberfest celebration in Wisconsin. It dates back to 1961 when the tradition arrived in the United States. The festival features a cornhole tournament, lederhosen games, live musical concerts, German-themed parades and Miss Oktoberfest competitions. The festival's main agenda spans Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 at Oktoberfest Strasse, La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601.

Denver Oktoberfest in Denver (Colorado)


From September 24-26, the beer-filled Denver Oktoberfest takes place. Among the activities on offer are costume contests, mug-lifting competitions and a weiner dog derby. General admission wristbands cost about $45 and include access to live musical performances, keg bowling and free drinks.

The Standard in Manhattan (New York)


This venue brings together several area breweries to celebrate Oktoberfest on select days in September and October. One of the featured breweries is Von Trapp Brewing, which plans to offer free beers and German snacks this year while screening the movie The Sound Of Music, which is an inspiration from the brewery itself. Another guest brewery is Brooklyn's Sixpoint Brewery, which will offer live German music, frothy beer and pretzels galore.

Dallas Oktoberfest in Dallas (Texas)


During the first weekend of October, Dallas celebrates the festival with local music, all kinds of food, both American and German-inspired; and a lot of liters of beer.

Oktoberfest Nashville (Tennessee)


This Oktoberfest was established in 1980 in Germantown, a neighborhood popular for celebrating this celebration of German beer and traditions in style. The city offers German food and beer served by some of the best local establishments, as well as themed events, art for sale, chicken dances and a dog derby.

Oktoberfest at Avalon Park Orlando (Florida)


Avalon's Oktoberfest features an outdoor festival with German food, beer and music, as well as traditional Alpine dancing. Oktoberfest, despite its German roots, spread around the world and in the United States there are large celebrations for the date. Lots of beer, typical German food and dancing and singing shows are the main attractions of the festivity.

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