October 5-8, 2017
Nashville's annual Oktoberfest features traditional German music, food, and beer, in Historic Germantown in Nashville, TN.
Annual Oktoberfest Parade
Join in the Annual Oktoberfest Parade on Saturday, October 7th beginning at 1pm. The parade will march through the streets of Germantown, accompanied by music from German Oompah Bands, participants from the neighborhood, and others. The parade will march from 7th & Monroe, then turn onto 5th Ave, and continue on until reaching Taylor Street. Find more information here: thenashvilleoktoberfest.com/oktoberfest-parade.
Saturday begins with The Nashville Oktoberfest 5K Bier Run, running through beautiful Germantown, Bicentennial Mall, and the Nashville Farmers' Market. All pre-registered racers receive a t-shirt and tasting of beer while supplies last. Find out additional information and register: thenashvilleoktoberfest.com/5k-race.
Live music plays Friday-Sunday. Listen to music, eat some delicious food, drink German beer, check out the Tennessee arts and crafts, slide down the beer slide, and play with little ones in the Kids Zone. There's really something for everyone at Nashville Oktoberfest. Find more information here: thenashvilleoktoberfest.com/oktoberfest-overview.
Nashville Oktoberfest has more German beer than ever before this year! In celebration of Paulaner Brewery's 500th Anniversary, all Draft Beer Stations will be serving Paulaner and Hacker Pschorr brews imported straight from Germany. Paulaner’s Oktoberfest Wies’n, only brewed once a year, will also be available. Find out more about the beer here: thenashvilleoktoberfest.com/beer.
General Admission is free and families are welcome. VIP tickets are also available, granting access to the VIP Tent, a commemorative Nashville Oktoberfest beer stein (with two free fills!), a free meal, and private bathrooms. Learn more and purchase VIP tickets here: thenashvilleoktoberfest.com/oktoberfest-vip-tickets.
Get more information on Nashville's annual Oktoberfest at thenashvilleoktoberfest.com.
Another fun way to experience the weekend is Von Elrod's Oktoberfest. Von Elrod's is the only bar, restaurant, and beer garden inside Nashville Oktoberfest. Reserved seating tickets are available for purchase, and the beer garden is first come, first served (no ticket required).