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Tucson Oktoberfest Guide 2019
Tucson celebrates Oktoberfest 2019 in
September and October. This year, there will be at least a
half dozen different Octoberfest events throughout the city.
Traditionally, in Germany, Oktoberfest is a 16-day festival
that starts in late September and runs through the first
week in October.
Oktoberfest Events in Tucson
Through October 13, 2019: Mt. Lemmon Annual Oktoberfest in Summerhaven. Held on Friday, Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00am through sunset. Enjoy an authentic Oktoberfest with live traditional German music and entertainment, German beer and food. Arrive early to avoid the traffic and crowds. Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley, 103000 E. Sky Run Road. 520-576-1400 or 520-576-1321.
FREE LIVE MUSIC IN ?ORO VALLEY Thursday, October 10 at 6 00 PM - 7:30 PM. Bouncing Czechs Oktoberfest.
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