Cleveland, Ohio 2021-06-16 08:56:00 –
After last year’s cancellation, Cleveland’s Oktoberfest will return to Kaiyahoga County Fairgrounds on Labor Day weekend.
However, this year the organizers have added a second weekend. The event will be held from September 3rd to 6th and September 10th to 11th.
The event is considered one of the largest (if not the largest) Oktoberfest outside of Munich, Germany, with Oktoberfest-style beer, tribute bands, Wienerdog races, authentic German and European cuisine. , Fireworks, and the largest Grockenspiel in the country.
“Be prepared to immerse yourself in the culture when celebrating this annual German event, which dusts Lederhosen, hungers weinersschnitzel and is expected to attract more than 100,000 people,” said Heritage Productions. CEO Adam Roggenburk said in the press. Release about the event. “The failure to hold an event last year was a disappointment for the Cleveland community, but we could extend this year’s festival to two weekends, one on Labor Day and making it possible. Cheers to everyone. People in Cleveland, northeastern Ohio, and unknown regions deserve the celebration of the oversized Oktoberfest. ”
A general admission ticket costs $ 15 at the ticket office. Cleveland Oktoberfest pre-purchase ticket Available at a discounted price of $ 12 until August 1st. A 4-day pass and VIP package are also available, and parking is free.
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