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There is no need to fly all the way to Germany for Oktoberfest celebrations when you can join us during our 2nd Annual Oktoberfest Festival right here in the Greater Toronto Area!

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Our Annual Oktoberfest Street Party Returns for TWO Weekends

Amanda Vagners

Public Relations Coordinator

There is no need to fly all the way to Germany for Oktoberfest celebrations when you can join us during our 2nd Annual Oktoberfest Festival right here in the Greater Toronto Area!

Dust off your stein and lederhosen, as this festival will be taking over Arthur’s Baye from noon to 8pm during not one, but TWO weekends. If you’re looking for things to do this fall, treat your entire family to an authentic German experience on Saturday, September 16 to Sunday, September 17, and Saturday, September 23 to Sunday, September 24.

Oktoberfest is known for lively entertainment, memorable moments, and delicious food. Canada’s Wonderland’s Executive Chef Dilup Attygalla, has drawn inspiration from German flavours to bring you traditional dishes, including schnitzel, pretzels, and a variety of sausages.

Featured Menu Items

  • Beer & Cheddar Soup with Pretzel
  • Oktoberfest, Bratwurst or Thuringian Sausage with German Potato Salad
  • Chicken Schnitzel on a Pretzel Bun with German Potato Salad
  • A variety of traditional German mustards to choose from: Weißwurstsenf (Bavarian Sweet Mustard), Delikatesssenf (Medium Spicy Mustard), Scharfer Senf (Spicy Mustard)

To quench your thirst, there will also be a beer station where you can purchase a commemorative Canada’s Wonderland stein with Steam Whistle Pilsner.

Both weekends will be topped off with traditional festival bands including the George Kash Oktoberfest Express Experience and the Happy Wanderers. Take a look at additional event information, including dates and times for our live music and entertainment line-up.

Prost, here’s to another year of Oktoberfest!

Visit our website to purchase your 2018 Season Pass (and get a FREE visit this season) or pick up your General Admission tickets as low as $27.99 online!

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