Festival Fast Facts
Date: Held annually on the First Saturday in October!
Location: Historic Downtown Newberry, SC
Admission: The Newberry Oktoberfest is FREE. There is no charge for the live entertainment or the kids' activities!
What can you expect to see at Oktoberfest?
The Newberry Oktoberfest abounds with German Food, German Biergartens, Arts and Crafts Vendors of all kinds, live entertainment for all ages, community organizations, classic cars, and all around Fall Fun! Click here for our interactive event map!
What kind of entertainment is there?
Visit Kindertown for FREE activities, Rocktoberfest Stage for live music, Ritz Theater for FREE puppet shows, Coke Mural Parking lot for classic cars, and explore the full event area for more fun finds like roaming performers, novelties, and more! Check out our Entertainment page for more.
Where can you find official Oktoberfest Gear?
Come visit our T-Shirt Booth in Memorial Park, across from the Newberry Opera House! There you'll find T-Shirts and Long Sleeve Shirts with our official Oktoberfest logo.
No Pets Please
Service animals are allowed. For the safety of our event patrons and due to the high volume of foot traffic we do not recommend bringing pets to the event. There is currently not a ban on bringing pets. If they are brought they should be leashed and muzzled as necessary, and owners are responsible for cleaning up pet waste.
Portable restrooms can be found at three locations within the event area. Standard toilets, handicap accessible toilets, and handwash stations can be found in the Community Corner (near Livingston's Service Station on Main Street), by Kindertown (at the Corner of College and Main Street), and across from the Opera House (at the Corner of Boyce and McKibben Street). Please refer to our event map on the Parking & Shuttle page for details!
ATTENTION PARENTS! LIFEBRIDGE is offering diaper changing stations and a quiet place to nurse for you and your child! Stop by for a rest even if that's all you need. 1510 Main Street, open throughout the festival day.