Celebrate Oktoberfest at Plant Riverside District with free live music, bratwurst eating contests, stein holding competitions and more!
About this event
Plant Riverside District -- Savannah, Ga.s newest and most exciting destination for dining, shopping and live entertainment -- will host Oktoberfest 2021, featuring a range of free, family-friendly events every weekend from Saturday, September 25 through Sunday, October 31.
On Saturdays from 1-4 p.m., the Pavilion Tent along the riverfront at Plant Riverside District will feature free live music as well as free keg bowling, bratwurst eating contests and stein holding competitions. Bob and the Polka Dots will perform traditional polka music at the Pavilion Tent from 1-4 p.m. on Sunday, October 3; Saturday, October 9; and Sunday, October 31.
In addition, the Pavilion Tent at Plant Riverside District will feature free live music on Friday and Saturday evenings from 7 to 10 p.m., showcasing the Eric Culberson Band, Lyn Avenue, Draucker, Nickel Bag of Funk and other talented local and regional artists. Bob Taylor will perform live at the Biergarten on Fridays and Saturdays from 5 to 7 p.m. and on Sundays from 4 to 6 p.m.
Throughout Oktoberfest, 14 exceptional restaurants at Plant Riverside District will offer a range of food and drink specials.
For more information about Oktoberfest at Plant Riverside District, please visit www.plantriversidedistrict.com.
Please note: For the safety of Plant Riverside District guests and everyone attending Oktoberfest, face masks are encouraged to be worn indoors as well as outdoors. TICKETS AND PRE-REGISTRATION ARE NOT REQUIRED TO PARTICIPATE IN OKTOBERFEST.
ABOUT OKTOBERFEST: Oktoberfest is a popular annual festival in Munich, Germany thats traditionally held over a two-week period in late September and early October. The event originated in 1810, as part of the official celebration of the marriage of the crown prince of Bavaria, who was later known as King Louis I, to Princess Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen. All Munich citizens were invited to join in the festivities, which eventually became known as Oktoberfest.