Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa   - Oct 20, 2016 to Oct 23, 2016

Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa River West Festival Park
2100 S Jackson
Tulsa, OK 74105

Phone: 918-596-2007
Fax: 918-596-2004
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Voted "Best Festival" by the Urban Tulsa Weekly, Linde Oktoberfest offers fun for the whole family. Visitors to this Oktoberfest celebration will enjoy delicious food, refreshing beverages, high-flying carnival rides, live music straight from Germany and much more. Sit down and savor authentic German beer imported from Munich, or enjoy a glass of wine while listening to the sounds of live Bavarian-style entertainment. Other festivities include polka dancing and rows of booths filled with art and crafts. The festival also offers authentic markets where visitors can find all kinds of ...

Voted "Best Festival" by the Urban Tulsa Weekly, Linde Oktoberfest offers fun for the whole family. Visitors to this Oktoberfest celebration will enjoy delicious food, refreshing beverages, high-flying carnival rides, live music straight from Germany and much more. Sit down and savor authentic German beer imported from Munich, or enjoy a glass of wine while listening to the sounds of live Bavarian-style entertainment. Other festivities include polka dancing and rows of booths filled with art and crafts. The festival also offers authentic markets where visitors can find all kinds of German items such as stained glass, steins, Pilsner glasses, beads and novelties.

A trip to Tulsa's Oktoberfest would not be complete without witnessing a variety of hilarious events offered each year including beer keg races, beer pong competitions and wiener dog races. German music groups, as well as ethnic favorites, will showcase their talents in front of crowds of festival-goers, while rock-'n-roll cover bands, dance troupes and country artists perform in various tents situated throughout the Oktoberfest grounds. Learn to polka or do the chicken dance, which was introduced in the United States in 1981 at Linde Oktoberfest. Don't forget to bring the kids to the children's tent, where they can enjoy musicians, storytellers and artists.

Known for its delectable food offerings, Linde Oktoberfest does not disappoint. Come to this celebration of German, Czech and Austrian culture to enjoy an astonishing variety of German delicacies and fair food favorites. Mouthwatering options include schnitzel sandwiches, Bavarian cheesecake, German potato salad, bratwurst with sauerkraut, knackwurst and polish sausages, potato pancakes, Stollen, hot pretzels, smoked turkey legs, fresh apple strudel and hot Reuben sandwiches. Other offerings include loaded nachos, strawberry Newberg, roasted nuts, funnel cakes, freshly squeezed lemonade, sundaes, barbecue sandwiches and kettle corn.

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  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Bus/Motorcoach Parking

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-44, Route 66, US-412, US-75

  • Projected Attendance: 60,000

Located at 21st St & Jackson Ave.

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From Butch Giabbai on 10/22/15

Been goin to October fest ever year since it started but no more. Like the fair your greed has priced me out of ever goin again. If you wise up and get it back down to where people can afford it more people will go. And not having the shuttle out north anymore tells people you don't care if they go or not. Like I said greed has taken over.....What else is there to say????????????????


From Deez nuts on 10/18/15

We used to go each year .. Seen it go from $0 -$10 . This is as much as the fair . Won't go to that either . go back to $0 & you will have more people & we spend more on the venders. Good luck


From TravelOK.com Staff on 10/15/14

Annette, according to the Tulsa Oktoberfest's official website, they will be having that special again this year. For more information, please click the orange website button at the top of this page or call 918-596-2007. Have a great day and thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Annette on 10/14/14

are you having the 15.00 arm bands to ride the rides on Friday?


From TravelOK.com Staff on 08/18/14

Sally, please give the event organizers a call at 918-596-2007, and they'll be able to give you more information on what is available. Best wishes and thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Sally McClendon on 08/16/14

I would like information about handicapped parking.


From Lana McKinsey on 02/13/14

Would you please email me vendor information for this event? Thank You


From TravelOK.com Staff on 10/10/13

Trina, please use the contact information above to reach the event coordinators, and they will be able to help you. Have a great day and thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Trina Gonzales on 10/10/13

hello. I would like to know if you are accepting vendors at this event.


From Muzette Washburn on 08/07/13

This place used to be an amazing festival. This year they have fired the All German committee members, are not bringing in any traditional German bands, and they are getting ride of the 64oz collectible pitchers. This festival has gone down hill.


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