Oktoberfest 2022 Heidelberg Park at the Bavarian Bierhaus
September 15 – October 2
Celebrating over 120 years of music, bier, food, traditions, and Gemutlichkeit, Oktoberfest 2022 at the Bavarian Bierhaus in Old Heidelberg Park transports visitors to Bavaria, Germany through an immersive and authentic Teutonic experience.
Beginning Sept. 2 with a free keg tapping at 6pm, the five-weekend event runs through Oct. 2. With over 300 picnic tables, Old Heidelberg Park offers festival-goers plenty of space to relax, chat with friends, and enjoy live music.
Oktoberfest offers FREE admission on Thursdays and Sundays. Fridays are $5 and Saturdays are $10. Or get $5 off if you download The Bavarian Bierhaus Phone App.
Reserve a table for you and up to 8 people under cover in their large pavilion. Table reservations are available for Fridays and Saturdays.
Tap your toes to the sounds of lively German music such as polka and yodeling. Watch performances by the traditional Wendelstona Dancers, the Alpine Blast Trio, Alte Kamaraden, brass bands and more. For a full entertainment lineup, visit thebavarianbierhaus.com
The City of Glendale has seven hotels within two miles of the Oktoberfest grounds, some with shuttle service. Visit welcometoglendale.com for more information.
Old Heidelberg Park
at the Bavarian Bierhaus,
700 W. Lexington Blvd. Glendale
Whet your appetite with German fare, including bratwurst, rotisserie chicken, Spanfarkel, and rollbraten.
Oans, Zwoa, G’Suffa! (“One, two, drink up!)
Enjoy German biers brewed on site, liquors including Jagermeister and Feigling and cocktails in the Jagermeister Pavilion.
All beer ingredients, except for yeast and water, are imported from Germany, giving brews a refreshing and authentic flavor. Purchase a genuine Oktoberfest glass stein and try a selection from the diverse Bavarian Bierhaus Bier menu or Westaphan and Spaten beers.
Enjoy half off liters of bier every Saturday and Sunday from 11am-2pm. To check out what’s on tap, visit the Bavarian Bierhaus website.
Enjoy a true “Gemütlichkeit” with carnival games, a midway, dancing, singing, hammerslagen, children’s menu items, and entertainers.
Try your luck at Hammerschlagen , a traditional German game in which several contestants try to hammer a nail into a stump, and other carnival games.