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Mt Angel Oktoberfest

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There is no more appropriate setting for an American version of the "Old World" Oktoberfest than in Mt Angel. The small community was settled by German pioneers in the 1860s and is still reminiscent of Bavaria.

Oktoberfest has four days of fun-filled activities, including

  • Continuous live music on four stages
  • Traditional Bavarian folk dancing
  • Free Kindergarten with rides and shows
  • Friday and Saturday night street dancing
  • Traditional Biergarten and Wiengarten
  • All-new family Microgarten
  • RV and tent camping for self-contained units
  • Lots of protected parking

Find the complete SCHEDULE online.

Location: PO Box 437, Mt Angel Oregon 97362 Telephone 503-845-9440 Fax 503-845-6190

Other Wine Regions of Oregon nearby:
(Gaston) ADEA Wine Company
(Monmouth) Airlie Winery
(Amity) Amity Vineyards
(Carlton) Anne Amie
(Dundee) Argyle
(Newberg) Autumn Wind Vineyards


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