Grab your Lederhosen and your Stein and head over to any of the many Oktoberfest celebrations in Colorado this year!

When we say "many", we mean it. There are a ton of Oktoberfest celebrations happening across the state this year, and we've got the schnitzel on all of them. Check out the full list of Oktoberfest events in Colorado below.

Oktoberfest Celebrations in September 2019

Boulder Oktoberfest

When: September 20-22
Where: Central Park, 1236 Canyon Blvd., Boulder

Activities include a Stein Hoisting competition, Sublime and Bob Marley tribute bands, games, authentic german music, and more. Of course, there is also plenty of food and beer all weekend long!

Longmont Oktoberfest 

When: September 20-21
Where: Roosevelt Park, 700 Longs Peak Ave., Longmont

This year will be the 8th consecutive Longmont Oktoberfest, where the Yonder Mountain String Band will be playing both nights. The fest will feature Longmont breweries, food trucks, and "games for all ages."

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When: September 21
Where: Old Town Square, Fort Collins

Fortoberfest celebrates Fort Collins with the last outdoor music festival of the year. While it is more than a traditional Oktoberfest, it does include beer brats, lots of live music, and tons of beer, which makes it still worth mentioning!

Oktoberfest in RiNo

When: September 21
Where: Bierstadt Lagerhaus, 2875 Blake Street, Denver

This Oktoberfest aims to bring Munich to RiNo. This event is for the drinkers, so, "bring your thirst and join the breweries, cideries, and wineries of DRiNk RiNo as we serve up our best Oktoberfest and fall seasonal offerings."

Montrose Oktoberfest

When: September 21
Where: Centennial Plaza, Montrose

From 1–6 p.m., the Montrose Oktoberfest will offer tastings from over 25 different breweries, along with live music. 

Highlands Ranch Oktoberfest 

When: September 21
Where: Town Center South, Highlands Ranch

This Oktoberfest celebration begins with a 5K at 9 a.m. and then continues at 2 p.m. with live German music, games, German dancing, and more.

Woodland Park Oktoberfest

When: September 21-22
Where: Ute Pass Cultural Center, Woodland Park

With countless events, German food cooked by Top Chef's Chef Brother Luck, live music, games, and more—this Oktoberfest is one you simply cannot miss!

Estes Park Autumn Gold

When: September 21-22
Where: Bond Park, Estes Park

The Autumn Gold is famous for its beer, brats, and live bands. They also host a Classic Car Show, games, and more.

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Denver Oktoberfest

When: September 20-22 and 27-29
Where: 2100 Larimer St., Denver 

Denver Oktoberfest is a two-weekend long celebration with beer, a costume contest, stein hoisting, and so much more. With live music and a happy hour, be sure to stop by for the ultimate beer-drinking experience.

Brush Oktoberfest

When: September 27-28
Where: Brush Memorial Park, 500 Clayton Street, Brush

The Brush Oktoberfest features dancing, live music, a car show, and even a 5K race, to name a few of the many activities. Be sure to don your German apparel and stop by for the dog show, the beer, and the good times.

Greeley Oktobrewfest

When: September 27-28
Where: Lincoln Park at 8th Street & 9th Avenue, Greeley

Greeley's Oktobrewfest lives up to its name. With plenty of beer, games, live music, and much more, it is 100 percent worth stopping by and celebrating with good friends and family.

Colorado Springs Oktoberfest

When: September 27-28
Where: Western Museum of Mining & Industry, Colorado Springs

Head over to the Colorado Springs Oktoberfest for Weiner Dog Races, vendors, Stein Hoisting, a Costume Contest, and of course - beer! Attend the Beer School or the Wine Tastings to really get into the spirit. 

Castle Rock Oktoberfest

When: September 28
Where: Wilcox Square, Castle Rock

Downtown Castle Rock's Oktoberfest will run from 1–9 p.m. You can stop by to enjoy live music, beer, and more for the entire family.

Royal Gorge Route Railroad's Oktoberfest Train

When: Through October 20
Where: Santa Fe Depot, Canon City

The Oktoberfest Train is a two-hour train ride (round-trip) with gorgeous views and a three-course lunch. Entrees will be paired perfectly with locally brewed beer as well. Riders also have the option to purchase wine and drinks on the train to add to this unique Oktoberfest experience.

Oktoberfest Celebrations in October 2019

Berthoud Oktoberfest

When: October 5
Where: Ficket Park, Berthoud

Berthoud Oktoberfest encourages you to bring your dance shoes and bust out your Polka moves on their dance floor from 11 a.m.–6 p.m. Don't forget to enter the Stein Hoisting contest, either. There will also be German food and live German music to enjoy! 

Lamar Oktoberfest

When: October 5
Where: 109A East Beech St., Lamar

Get in the fall spirit with Lamar Oktoberfest's pumpkin patch, pumpkin bowling, and pumpkin tic tac toe. Of course, there is always the beer, food vendors, and the Beer and Brats for Boobies 5K to raise awareness for breast cancer.

La Veta Oktoberfest

When: October 5
Where: Main Street, La Veta

Head over to La Veta Oktoberfest for a German Biergarten, "featuring domestic and imported beer and wine." There will also be a German Band, dancing, arts and crafts, a car show, and food vendors.

Ouray Oktoberfest

When: October 5
Where: Ouray Community Center, Ouray

Enter for the chance to win a brand new Jeep at the Ouray Oktoberfest. If you don't want a new car, you can always stop by to enjoy the authentic German food, dancing, and contests.

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Carbondale Celtic Festival & Oktoberfest

When: October 11-12
Where: 362 Main Street, Carbondale

This special Oktoberfest also celebrates the Irish culture alongside the German celebrations. There will be whiskey tasting, face painting for the kiddos, German and Irish food, and a few fun contests as well (Best Legs in a Kilt and Liter holding). 

Oktoberfest Amped

When: October 12
Where: 925 Struther's Avenue, Grand Junction

Oktoberfest Amped is returning for its second year with over 20 breweries and cideries to taste and enjoy! There will be great food and live music to enjoy as well, so be sure to grab your tickets ASAP.

St. Dominic's Oktoberfest

When: October 12
Where: 2905 Federal Blvd, Denver

St. Dominic's Oktoberfest will offer live music, breweries, and food to enjoy from 2–7 p.m. in the church's parking lot.

Georgetown Loop Railroad Oktoberfest

When: Oct 12-13, 19-20, and 26-27
Where: Georgetown Devil's Gate Depot, Georgetown

Hop on the Georgetown Loop Train for a unique Oktoberfest experience, including a free bratwurst or hot dog for all riders. Adult riders will enjoy a Colorado microbrew beer tasting, and those under 21 will get to enjoy a nice, cold root beer.

Which Oktoberfest celebrations in Colorado are your tradition to attend, and which ones will you be adding to that this year? Let us know in the comments!