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4 Outstanding Oktoberfest Celebrations in Northern New Jersey

Oom-pa-pa your day away at one of these Northern New Jersey Oktoberfest celebrations!

Drink, eat and be merry at any or all of these 4 Northern New Jersey Oktoberfests (lederhosen optional.)  Team Nest Builder says, “Prost!”  (“Cheers!”)

The 19th Annual Chester Lions Club Oktoberfest and Antique Car Show, Chester

September 23rd-24th

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The Chester Lions Club hosts its 19th annual Oktoberfest charity fundraiser from noon to 8 PM at Chubb Park. Enjoy authentic German food, beer, dancing, live entertainment and a 50/50 raffle.  This Oktoberfest is a family-friendly event with entertainment, pony rides, games and live music for kids. Children under 12 FREE. Admission $6 for adults. All proceeds from the event will be donated to various charities. For more information, visit chesterlionsclubnj.com/oktoberfest/

Oktoberfest Mountain Creek, Vernon

September 23rd-24th

Billed as the #1, longest-running Oktoberfest in the entire Northeast, lift your stein to Oktoberfest at Mountain Creek’s Red Tail Lodge!  This weekend includes authentic German food, refreshing drinks, live music, activities galore and a great time for adults and kids alike. For more information or to purchase tickets online (and save money), visit mountaincreek.com

Hackettstown Oktoberfest, Hackettstown

September 29th-30th

Voted one of the top Oktoberfests in all of New Jersey, head to Hackettstown for German bands (including The Polka Brothers) and dancing; Oktoberfest-inspired beer & food;  wiener dog races;  brewing demonstrations; vendors; competitions and prizes!   For more information, visit hktwn.com.

7th Annual Oktoberfest at Mohawk House, Sparta

September 30th

Sparta’s Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #26 hosts its annual Oktoberfest at Mohawk House from 2pm to 6pm.  This fundraiser benefits local charities and celebrates the fall season.  Seasonal Oktoberfest beers, authentic German food, and music by Party King Entertainments round out the day.  Purchase tickets for $45. in advance at Mohawk House or the Sparta Township Police Station, or at the door the day of the event.

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