3 Ways To Celebrate Oktoberfest in the 701
That time of year has arrived... The first REAL signs of fall...
When the kegs are changed out... The Lederhosens come out...
AND we salute Good Friends, Good Times and Good Beer!
Oktoberfest 2022 kicked off across the world on September 17th and ends October 3rd.
This 17 day festival is a tradition that dates back to 1810, when it began in the Bavarian region of Germany in the now city of Munich... And is still considered today as the word's largest "Volkfest".
Wanting to participate here the Bismarck / Mandan Area???
We've Got The Plan For You!... A THREE (3) DAY PLAN!!
Night 1: BEERS & Boutiques 2022!!!
Thursday, September 29th from 4:30pm-8:30pm the Bismarck Downtowners have planned the 6th Beer & Boutiques Annual Event that will have samples of hand-selected craft beers! Tickets are $40 early-bird, or can purchase them at the doors for $50 ea.
REMEMBER this is an Adult-Only event for Men and Women! Each ticket will receive some Crazy Cash to use at the participating stores plus chances to win a door prize, chat with beer experts, and shop sales & deals... PLUS craft beer samples!
Night 2: LIVE CONCERT or NEED FOR SPEED!!!
Friday, September 30th brings TWO (2) Options!
will sure to be rocking the Bismarck Event Center!
Tickets are still available, so plan a "Night Out" and if you're lucky...
#catchBECifyoucan as she will be in the middle of the action!
Option 2. Dacotah Speedway Oktoberfest Night I
Join the fans in the Grandstands for Night 1 and be ready to watch racing divisions from the IMCA fields, WISSOTA Street Stocks, INEX Legends and Hobby Stocks...
A fun night with EIGHT (8) Races!! Cost - Adults: $20, Kids & Under: FREE.
Night 3: 2022 Muddy River Mashers Oktoberfest!
Saturday, October 1st cheer in the new month by trying new brews to you!
The Muddy River Mashers Homebrew Club will be hosting their 13th annual Oktoberfest with a friendly beer competition and samples for all the ticket holders! Plan ahead, tickets may be limited and are being sold online here at the cost of $27 each.
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