Your Guide to Cincinnati Area Oktoberfests 2019

It’s Oktoberfest time in Cincinnati! Here are all of the local area 2019 Oktoberfests we could find. Prost!

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August 23-25: Germania’s Oktoberfest – Friday 6pm-midnight, Sat. 2pm-midnight, Sun. noon-8pm

Live German music, phenomenal food, German dancers and more.  Free shuttles are available from local schools.  Directions and shuttle information can be found at the Germania Oktoberfest site. Admission is $5 and children 12 and under are free. Free admission to active and retired military with current ID card.


Aug. 24: Sayler Park Prost! – Sat. 2pm-12am

The popular German festival will be at Nelson Sayler Memorial Park. The band will be playing some traditional polkas and sing-a-longs. Also enjoy German beer, sauerkraut, brats, metts, strudel and creampuffs. 


Sept. 14: Oaktoberfest – Sat. 6pm-9pm

Come out to Oakley square for a fantastic evening of great beers, entertainment and hanging out.


Sept. 14: Old Milford Oktoberfest – Sat. 11am-11pm

Water Street between Mill and Garfield will be filled with live music, delicious foods, cold beer. Full lineup of entertainment. Test your strength in a stein holding challenge. Free Admission.


Sept. 20-22: Oktoberfest Zinzinnati – Friday 5-11pm, Sat. 11am-11pm, Sun. 11am-9pm

It’s the largest Oktoberfest in the country! Enjoy multiple stages full of German music, more than 200 dishes from 30+ food vendors, plus all sorts of fun activities including The World’s Largest Chicken Dance. Free Admission.


Sept. 27-29: Newport Oktoberfest on the Newport Riverfront  – Friday 5-11pm, Sat. 12-11pm, Sun. 12-9pm

Oktoberfest Newport is promised to be the most authentic Oktoberfest in the area. The event will be in the Munich Oktoberfest style of large Fest Tent sponsored by German Beer Breweries. Each tent will have food, beer and music. Located at Newport’s Riverfront Levee. Free admission.


Oct. 4-6: Cincinnati Donauschwaben’s Oktoberfest  – Friday 6pm-12:30am, Sat. 1pm-12:30am, Sun. noon-8pm

The 3-day festival is the only Oktoberfest in Greater Cincinnati that is held in Oktober and will offer: over 25 imported and domestic beers on draft (including favorites such as Hofbräuhaus, Warsteiner and Paulaner, and the new Donauschwaben house brew “Schwaben Lager”), pit-roasted Bavarian pig and chicken, homemade German sausage, stuffed cabbage, goulash with Spätzle (noodles), homemade tortes and pastries, funnel cakes, goetta, and so much more. 

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