Get ready for Kirkland Oktoberfest – September 23 thru 25
They call it, “The wurst three days of the year.” Of course, they say that with tongue in cheek. More likely, with bratwurst in mouth. The annual Kirkland Oktoberfest features two stages, four bands, seven DJs, games, sausages, and lots of bier. We are happy to have the event back as a sponsor for 2022.
To mark the event’s 9th year, the organizers of Kirkland Oktoberfest set out to make it bigger and better than ever. The event will offer a vast selection of great local beers as well as specialty beers from Germany. Along with that, food trucks, arts & crafts, concerts, mayhem, wiener dog races, and stein-hoisting competitions. What’s more, this year they’ll make an attempt to set the Bavarian Handshake World Record. You’ll need to wear your lederhosen to participate in that last one.
Check out the event website to find out specific details about music performances and other stuff. The website offers a detailed breakdown of what’s happening on each stage and in each tent. Get your passes/tickets here – get tickets for a single day or get a weekend pass.
Unlike a lot of other beer festivals, Kirkland Oktoberfest does not mess around with wimpy little 4-ounce pours. Oh no, pours are available in nothing smaller than 8-ounces. You can get half-liter pours, too.
- Friday, September 23: 4 PM-11 PM
- Saturday, September 24: 12 PM-11 PM
- Sunday, September 25: 12 PM-6 PM
Other Important Information
- All guests subject to ID check and bag check.
- Passes available while supplies last. Prices go up as tiers sell out. Limited tickets available.
- Must be 21+
- Sunday is Dogtoberfest with the 9th Annual Great Kirkland Wiener Dog Races. Bring your pooch on Sunday — costumes are encouraged.
- Wear your Dirndle and Lederhosen – win prizes
- Bring your favorite mug or stein (optional)
- Re-entry during your session is included with your pass
- Costumes are encouraged — win prizes, fame and fortune!
- Beer available by the 1/4 liter and 1/2 liter (that’s approximately 8oz and 16oz ‘cuz.. you know… it’s math) We don’t mess around with baby sizes.
Check out the event website for the complete details.