Oregon's 52nd annual Mount Angel Oktoberfest will take place September 14-17, with German foods, a biergarten and weingarten, and live performances. Both German imports and Oregon craft beers will be featured.
In Texas, the 30th annual Addison Oktoberfest takes place in Addison Circle Park, September 14-17, with German beers, more than 10 food vendors, a keg tapping, barrel rolling, contests, live music and more activities.
Cincinnati hosts America's largest Oktoberfest celebration with its 41st annual Oktoberfest Zinzinnati, September 15-17. The event brings more than 30 food and beverage vendors downtown with German pastries, pretzels and sausage, and a variety of beers.
In Oregon, Bend Oktoberfest returns September 15-16 on on Oregon Avenue, with beer from more than 25 Oregon breweries, food, wine, cider, Bavarian music and activities.
In New York City, Watermark Bar hosts its annual OktoberFest for three weekends on the East River. Expect nearly 1,000 kegs of German beer, brats and pretzels and more Bavarian fare, games, live music and more, September 15-17, 22-24, and 29-October 1.
New York City's historic Tavern on the Green restaurant brings Oktoberfest to Central Park with avern on the Grün, September 15-October 15. The event will feature Oktoberfest and fall beers on tap, pretzels, sausages, a lederhosen photo opp and more fall touches in the outdoor garden.
In Philadelphia, Brauhaus Schmitz hosts its ninth annual Oktoberfest Street Festival on September 16, with 10 German beers, German food, live music and more.
Outside of New York City's Penn Station, The Pennsy Beer Garden will host a keg tapping September 16 with German beers and music, and additional activities through October 3.
Bierhaus NYC will host Oktoberfest events from September 16 through October 21, including a keg tapping, bratwurst eating contest, pretzel party and more in Midtown.
To commemorate Oktoberfest, Chicago's Bohemian House will host its third annual Schnitzelfest, September 16-22. Local chefs prepare their take on schnitzel each night with live German music.
Texas' Oktoberfest Fort Worth takes place at Panther Island Pavilion, September 21-23, with Spaten beer, German foods, live music, contests and tons of activities.
In Hunter, N.Y., Hunter Mountain resort hosts Oktoberfest over four weekends, from September 23 through October 15. Festivities feature German food and beer, contests, wine and cider, with free admission.
Newport Oktoberfest returns to Newport, Ky., September 22-24 in Festival Park on Riverboat Row with German beer and food, and live music. Admission is free.
In Washington, Leavenworth Oktoberfest spans three weekends (Sept. 29-30, Oct. 6-7, 13-14), with multiple venues, a keg tapping, entertainment, and German food and beer.
Samuel Adams hosts Octoberfest events each weekend from September 29 to October 27 in Cleveland, Denver, Chicago, New York City and Boston, with beer, food, live music and activities. Visit samueladams.com/octoberfest for details.
In Idaho, Old Boise Oktoberfest returns on September 30, with seasonal beers, Bavarian food, a stein hoisting contest, live music and more.
In Fort Worth, Texas, Rahr & Sons Brewing Company will host its eighth annual Oktoberfest 5K on September 30, with a biergarten, German polka, costume and stein hoisting contests, and more.
In New York City's Lower East Side, Loreley Restaurant & Biergarten launches 45 Days of Oktoberfest, September 30-October 1, with a free keg tapping of Hofbrau Oktoberfest and events through October.
Dating back to 1980, Nashville Oktoberfest returns to the city's Germantown neighborhood, October 5-8, with Paulaner and Goodwood Brewing beers on draft, more than 35 food vendors, a bratwurst eating contest, parades and more activities.
Arizona's ninth annual Flagstaff Oktoberfest will take place in Wheeler Park on October 7, with beer, brats, polka dancing, contests and more.
In Lincoln, N.H., Loon Mountain Resort hosts White Mountain Oktoberfest, October 7-8, with German beers and food, stein-hoisting and keg tossing contests, glass boots and more activities.
Indianapolis' German Athenaeum hosts its annual GermanFest on October 14 with German beers, food, music and more.