Upcoming Shows & Events

Columbus Oktoberfest

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Ohio Expo Center/Ohio State Fairgrounds, 717 E. 17th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43211

From day one the Schmidt family of Schmidt’s Restaurant und Sausage Haus has been a part of presenting this great festival. This makes the Columbus Oktoberfest unique in that it is the only Central Ohio Festival produced by a family business versus a city or major corporate entity. This community festival has been brewing up and serving smiles for 50+ years. There truly is something for everyone. Tasty food, lively music, bountiful brews, and games galore. The Columbus Oktoberfest has it all. Bier Halls with ample dance floors, a delightful Wine Garten, a giant Kinderplatz (Children’s area) in the beautiful Natural Resources park, an eclectic Marktplatz (arts/crafts, commercial area), a full entertainment line up on three stages, a Vier Meiler (4 miler run/walk event) and of course delicious brats, cream puffs and all the other traditional items you expect.

The Columbus Oktoberfest invites you to celebrate “Gemutlichkeit” with us, a time that celebrates “the spirit of enjoying life” like none other. We hope to see you here!

Springboro Oktoberfest

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Springboro United Church of Christ, 5 West Main Street, Springboro, OH 45066

Oktoberfest in Springboro is one of the premier events held each fall the entire family can enjoy. Produced by the United Church of Christ, the festival allows for a number of local charities to benefit. Authentic German food, biers and wines are enjoyed by all — everything from Bratwust to Schnitzel. And there is also a Kids Fun Zone for the younger attendees to experience. Plenty of games, polka music, dancing and fun for everyone! When it comes to festivals, Oktoberfest reigns supreme!

Columbus Oktoberfest

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Ohio Expo Center/Ohio State Fairgrounds, 717 E. 17th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43211

From day one the Schmidt family of Schmidt’s Restaurant und Sausage Haus has been a part of presenting this great festival. This makes the Columbus Oktoberfest unique in that it is the only Central Ohio Festival produced by a family business versus a city or major corporate entity. This community festival has been brewing up and serving smiles for 50+ years. There truly is something for everyone. Tasty food, lively music, bountiful brews, and games galore. The Columbus Oktoberfest has it all. Bier Halls with ample dance floors, a delightful Wine Garten, a giant Kinderplatz (Children’s area) in the beautiful Natural Resources park, an eclectic Marktplatz (arts/crafts, commercial area), a full entertainment line up on three stages, a Vier Meiler (4 miler run/walk event) and of course delicious brats, cream puffs and all the other traditional items you expect.

The Columbus Oktoberfest invites you to celebrate “Gemutlichkeit” with us, a time that celebrates “the spirit of enjoying life” like none other. We hope to see you here!

Minster Oktoberfest

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Minster Oktoberfest, SR-119 and SR-66, Minster, OH

The Oktoberfest, which draws over 80,000 people to the Village, emphasizes the community’s rich German heritage. The people of Minster feel that the Oktoberfest is not just an event; it’s a feeling, a spirit, a happy mood that conveys the warmth and friendliness of the community.

An invitation is extended to each one of you to join us and help celebrate the Oktoberfest on the weekend of the first Sunday in October. The Oktoberfest was begun in 1975 by the Jaycees (The Minster Journeyman’s Club) and Kiwanis (Minster Service Club) and since has grown each year.

This gala, fun filled festival provides delights for all. Sing and dance to German music. Taste the hearty German foods. Watch the spectacular parade featuring colorful floats, marching bands and many celebrities. See the many events in the Gazebo and the Spazz Plaz. Take part in the beer tray relay, the 10K run, and any numerous other games.

Minster Oktoberfest

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SR-119 and SR-66, Minster, OH

The Oktoberfest, which draws over 80,000 people to the Village, emphasizes the community’s rich German heritage. The people of Minster feel that the Oktoberfest is not just an event; it’s a feeling, a spirit, a happy mood that conveys the warmth and friendliness of the community.

An invitation is extended to each one of you to join us and help celebrate the Oktoberfest on the weekend of the first Sunday in October. The Oktoberfest was begun in 1975 by the Jaycees (The Minster Journeyman’s Club) and Kiwanis (Minster Service Club) and since has grown each year.

This gala, fun filled festival provides delights for all. Sing and dance to German music. Taste the hearty German foods. Watch the spectacular parade featuring colorful floats, marching bands and many celebrities. See the many events in the Gazebo and the Spazz Plaz. Take part in the beer tray relay, the 10K run, and any numerous other games.