This fall, you won’t need a passport to get to Oktoberfest – the festivities land on Riverside Drive October 4 – 6 thanks to Bluff City Oktoberfest!
The weekend-long event will benefit Samaritan Counseling Centers of the Mid-South and feature a beer garden and regional craft brews, a BBQ cooking contest, local artisans and two stages of live music. There will also be nonprofit booths, food trucks, family activities and even a Running of the Wienies.
The festival’s two music stages will be curated by the Memphis Bluegrass Association and Cedar Grove Opry (Cedar Grove, Tenn.).
Admission will be free with a donation of $5 or a gently used child’s coat or comparable canned goods for the Mid-South Food Bank.
Check out the event’s Facebook and Twitter pages and stay tuned for more details as they are announced over the coming months.