Presented by Deutsches Haus’, Oktoberfest NOLA brings Germany’s beloved celebration to the Crescent City for three weekends filled with German culture, cuisine and fun. Fest-goers can expect a host of authentic German foods, live music, dances and activities.
Don’t miss your chance to partake in this European-inspired fun October 4-5, 11-12 and 18-19 at the Deutsches Haus center just across the street from Bayou St. John at City Park.
Traditional German staples and classic will be available for purchase at Oktoberfest. Favorites such as brats, sauerkraut, Bavarian-style pretzels, German cheeses and more will pair perfectly with the wide selection of German beers, wines and schnapps. Finish off your meal with warm apple strudel or Bavarian roasted nuts.
For more information on the food and drink selection and vendors, visit the respective links.
Oktoberfest Music + Event Schedule
Daily activities and interactive programming give fest-goers the opportunity to immerse themselves in German cultures and traditions. You can expect events such as Masskrugstemmen (beer stein holding contest), chicken dancing, Schnitzelbank (humorous German group sing-alongs) and much more throughout the three weekends.
Check back for this year’s music performances and schedule of events.
Kinderecke, or the children’s corner, will feature arts + crafts, kids games and family-friendly performances.
Check out one-of-a-kind German gifts, souvenir fest apparel and authentic German-made beer steins at the Oktoberfest gift shops.
Daily admission to Oktoberfest is $8 and free for children under 12 years old. Tickets can be purchased onsite and go towards supporting the mission of Deutsches Haus.
For more information on Oktoberfest 2019, visit their official site here.