Another summer has gone and fall is coming, so grab your friends and head to the Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa to enjoy the best season of the year.
Celebrating the Bavarian culture in the heart of Oklahoma, Linde Oktoberfest is an incredible setting patterned after the authentic Oktoberfest in Munich. Every year, the fest attracts thousands of visitors from all over the country and abroad to come and experience the cheerful atmosphere while enjoying the beautiful colors of fall leaves.
1. Linde Oktoberfest Is A Outstanding Fall Event In Downtown Tulsa
Linde Oktoberfest is held at River West Festival Park, 2100 S. Jackson Ave, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Located on the banks of the Arkansas River, the fest provides a wonderful site of the river as well as Downtown Tulsa.
Similar to other Oktoberfest, the Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa 2021 takes place on October 19-24, right in the middle of the fall season in Oklahoma. It showcases the authentic German culture, a lot of fun activities from Wednesday throughout the weekend.
2. Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa Features Everything You Need Of A Oktoberfest
Linde Oktoberfest is one of the most popular events in the state of Oklahoma. It is named as “Best Festival” by the Urban Tulsa Weekly and ranked as a Top 5 Oktoberfest in the U.S. by USA Today. And by that, it is absolutely not an exaggeration that the fest is all you need to make this fall more memorable.
Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa offers fun for all ages. The fest brings together Bavarian delicacies, German bands, authentic arts and crafts, competitions as well as games for the whole family.
Savoring the imported German beer, a glass of wine while enjoying great music will be one of the unforgettable experiences. German music groups will showcase some wonderful performances, while dance troupes, rock-‘n-roll cover bands and country artists will light up the vibe in various tents.
When you set foot on the fest, don’t forget to visit the gleeful polka dancing sessions and watch the live Bavarian-style entertainment. You can find kinds of German items like steins, Pilsner glasses, stained glass, novelties and beads when browsing through rows of vendor booths.
Moreover, you shouldn’t miss out on a ton of fun events like beer pong competitions, beer keg races and wiener dog races. You can also learn some of the chicken dance or polka that was introduced in the nation in 1981. For kids, there are several children’s tents throughout festival grounds offering fun activities and storytellers, musicians and artists.
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Delicious Food From Different Culture
Besides, food offerings at Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa will not disappoint you. There is a variety of Czech, German, Austrian delicacies and fair food favorites.
Don’t forget to try some of the best options like Bavarian cheesecake, schnitzel sandwiches, German potato salad, knackwurst, bratwurst with sauerkraut, potato pancakes, polish sausages, Stollen, fresh apple strudel and hot pretzels.
3. The Official Schedule Of The 42nd Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa Celebration
Day 1 – Tuesday, October 19
5.00 pm – 10.00 pm: A Toast to the Future!
Day 2 – Wednesday, October 20
4.00 pm – 11.00 pm: Corporate Night Gemütlichkeit! (Reserved Tables is Available, All Zelts Open for the Evening)
Day 3 – Thursday, October 21
4.00 pm – 11.00 pm: Friends and Family Night
Day 4 – Friday, October 22
11.00 am – 1.00 am: Family Free Day sponsored by Zeeco, Euro Disco feat. D.J. Moody, das Glockenspiel, Restaurant am Himmel
Day 5 – Saturday, October 23
11.00 am – 1.00 pm: Euro Disco feat. D.J. Moody, das Glockenspiel, Restaurant am Himmel
Day 6 – Sunday, October 24
9.30 am – 12.00 pm: Breakfast at Oktoberfest Breakfast in the expanded Paulaner Bier Stube
12.00 pm – 6.00 pm: Oktoberfest Open
2.00 pm: Dachshund Dash & Costume Parade
6.00 pm: Closing Ceremonies
4. Best Outfits For The Linde Oktoberfest
We surely know that the Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa will occur in October, but as far as weather goes, we can be sure. Some years, the fall weather in Oklahoma is sunny and warm, but some years it’s colder and sometimes it may even be raining. So before choosing your outfit, the first important thing you’ll have to do is check out the weather forecast during the fall months.
For the Oktoberfest, the most common outfits are traditional Bavarian garb. It brings in the Bavarian theme to the fest just like the original Oktoberfest in Munich.
For the dudes and even ladies, just snag a pair of traditional Bavarian Lederhosen and you’ll look good. Add a checked button-up shirt, half socks that cover your calves, a pair of comfortable boots or loafers and you’re ready to go. Don’t forget to top it all off with an Alpine hat with feathers. It would give you an authentic Bavarian look which has become the highlight of the Oktoberfest every year.
For ladies, if Lederhosen is not your favorite, you can wear the Dirndl. It’s a knee-length dress paired with a white blouse and apron which is kinda popular at Oktoberfests, although it’s not really comfortable. For the bottom, there are so many options for you like boat shoes, boots or even sneakers. But be sure not to wear your expensive one because it may get stepped on when you’re in the crowd.
Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa is one of the most outstanding events this year and also the best Oktoberfest in the state of Oklahoma. Don’t miss out on it and have fun while enjoying the beautiful fall season of the US.
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