Oktoberfest 2012 comes to the Cleveland area

September 1, 2012 by  

As the Labor Day weekend is upon us and autumn approaches ever near, it is time for Oktoberfest to take to the streets of the Cleveland area once again. This year’s Oktoberfest got underway yesterday, August 31, and continues up until Monday, September 3 at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds in Berea, located south of Fairview Park.

The festivities began at 5:00 pm on Friday and continued until midnight. Today and on Sunday, Oktoberfest will be held from noon until midnight and, on Monday, the festival will wrap up at roughly 9:00 pm.

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The fun-filled four day weekend is set to include activities, entertainment, and authentic German food and beer. A car show, sand sculptures, German dance groups, music, races, glockenspiels, the International Pavilion, the Bavarian Bazaar, the Educational Building, fun inflatables for children, and plenty more will help to make the long weekend into a memorable celebration.

The Cleveland area Oktoberfest was revived in 2005 and, since that time, it has expanded by leaps and bounds and now entertains more than 40,000 guests every year. Free parking will be available at the event and children under the age of 12 will be admitted for free.