They say that good things come to those who wait… But sometimes you just don’t have wait. Like this weekend’s Oktoberfest at Redstone Arsenal. I know what you’re thinking, Oktoberfest in September?! Like I said, when something is this good, why wait? And everyone is invited! This event is open to the public!
I’ll start with the most important part: THE FOOD AND DRINKS! Because what Oktoberfest would be complete without out of this world German cuisine?
Festivial goers will chow down on authentic German food provided and you can wash it down with some of the finest German Beers. Beers that you won’t see anywhere else!
After all that tasty food, you’ll probably wanna work off some calories. And you’re in luck! Terry Cavanagh and the Alpine Express will be providing LIVE music. So after your food settles, you can dance the night or day away.
- 9/14: 7pm-12am
- 9/15: 6pm-12am
- 9-16: 2-6pm
Besides busting a move on the dance, there’s plently of fun to be had. Fun for the whole family, so bring the kids this weekend!
Here’s a peak at some of the activities:
- Sports tent showing college and NFL football on 5 HD TV’s
- Free rides for all ages
- Arts and crafts
- Carnival midway
So when is all this fun taking place?? Not one day, not two days, but THREE! That’s right! You can head out Friday- Sunday!
Here are the dates and times the festival will be open:
- Friday, September 14th: 5pm-1am
- Saturday September 15th: 12pm-1am
- Sunday, September 16th: 1-8pm
Plus there’s FREE parking! You can get to the festival through Gate 10, Jordan Lane South.
Dates and Times:
Friday, September 14th: 5pm-1am
Saturday September 15th: 12pm-1am
Sunday, September 16th: 1-8pm
Friday and Saturday: $15 (per day)
Location: Redstone Arsenal, enter through Gate 10, Jordan Lane South
Larkin Grant is the Digital Media Wizard for Our Valley Events, a perfect match for her love of technology and her outgoing nature. She is thrilled to spend her days blogging, tweeting, and Facebooking for Huntsville's best online event website. You'll often spot her out and about at events in town with the OVE iPad. Larkin is a graduate of Leadership Huntsville/Madison County's Connect Class 13 and was a nominee for the Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County's 2012 Young Professional of the Year. She is a member of the Junior League of Huntsville and a founding member of The Millennial Chat Team, a forum for young professionals across the nation.