Get your steins ready! Oktoberfest is coming and we’ve got several ways to celebrate in Memphis.
Beer Choir Oktoberfest at Wiseacre – Thursday, September 28th – 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Beer Choir is a social singing event open to all. The concept is simple: you get a beer, find a seat, and get lead through a little over an hour of drinking songs from an official songbook. You can bring a group or you can come solo. No rehearsing, no stress, just brews and songs. The new Beer Choir Hymnal 1.5 is available as a free .pdf download here.
Oktoberfest at Wiseacre – Saturday, September 30th – 1pm to 10pm
The Mighty Souls Brass Band will be playing Polka and you’ll be singing Ein Prosit a copious amount so you better learn it now. The taproom will be decorated and beer discounts will be given if you’re dressed up. German garb is encouraged, but just dressing up goofy counts too. They are doing stein fills on Oktoberfest if you bring your own clean stein. Plus Dave’s Bagels will be in the house with pretzels.
Oktoberfest at High Cotton – Saturday, October 7th – 11am-6pm
Save the date. More details to come.
Germantown Oktoberfest – Saturday, November 4th – 10am to 9:30pm
Mark your calendars for the first ever Germantown Oktoberfest, benefitting the Germantown Education Foundation. From an authentic Bavarian Biergarten to the crowning of Mr. & Mrs. Oktoberfest to the “BierSteins and Bratwurst” Dinner & Party, there are plenty of fun happenings that will definitely put the word “German” in Germantown.
You can also get tickets now for these upcoming beer festivals:
- Art on Tap – Friday, September 8 – 6pm-9pm
- Cooper York Fest – Free event – Saturday, September 16 – 9am to 7pm
- 2nd Annual Collierville Brewfest – Saturday, September 23 – 4pm to 7pm
- Cooper Young Beer Fest – Saturday, October 14 – 1pm to 5pm