Fort Worth Oktoberfest will be held at Trinity Park in Fort Worth, Texas. The entrance will be near the Van Zandt Cottage across from Farrington Field. Festival goers can enjoy Spaten Halle, a large, air-conditioned Bierhalle and multiple other large tented or shaded areas with seating and entertainment including the Van Zandt Zelt, Food Haus, Aktivität Tent and the Karbach Biergarten.
If traveling by car, patrons should use the address of the primary parking lot:
Farrington Field1501 University DriveFort Worth, Texas 76107
If traveling by bike or walking use:2933 Farmhouse Way
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Farrington Field parking lot at the corner of Lancaster Avenue and Trail Drive
Parking is $15. Lots are located at Farrington Field, 1501 University Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76107 and at the nearby Dickies Yellow Lot Gate 43.
Thursday, September 21 5:00 – 11:00 pm
Friday, September 22 5:00 – 11:00 pm
Saturday, September 23 11:00 am – 12:00 am (Midnight)
• Credit/debit card only
• Your favorite stein from home
• Small bags and backpacks bags smaller than 17” (subject to search)
• Wheelchairs and medical scooters
• Strollers for children
• Hand-held still cameras
• NO Alcohol
• NO Outside Food or Beverages (Exceptions: Infant and child nourishment and one unopened • bottle of water per person)
• NO Coolers and thermoses
• NO Umbrellas and tents (or anything that can obstruct the view of others)
• NO Chairs
• NO Professional video and audio recording equipment
• NO Weapons, illicit drugs and other contraband
• NO Pets (except Dachshund Dash participants on Saturday only)
Yes, following the tradition of the Oktoberfest in Munich, Fort Worth Oktoberfest has multiple tents and biergartens for
festival goers to enjoy.
Spaten Halle – The largest of the bierhalles, this tent is air-conditioned and seats over 900 people at traditional German biergarten tables. Enjoy live music all day from your favorite Oktoberfest bands and a large dance floor. This is where we will tap the first keg, hold the Dachshund Costume Contest and nightly Masskrugstemmen “bier-stein holding” contests.
Karbach Biergarten – Located in a tree grove of some of Trinity Parks oldest trees, this is a laid-back area to drink your biers at German biergarten tables and enjoy live music. Big Jenga and Corn Hole games offer fun for all.
Food Haus – Stop in the Food Haus to pick up one of your German favorites. Seating available to enjoy your grub and bier. Check out the Food und Bier page for all the offerings.
Aktivität Tent – This large tent offers shaded bleachers and is the place to watch the German games and activities including dachshund races, Oktoberfest Olympics, bier barrel rolling and more. See schedule. When no activity is taking place, it’s a great place to sit down and cool off!
Families with children who enjoy polka music and bratwursts will have a blast at Fort Worth Oktoberfest. Plus, they can enjoy carnival rides and games! Admission for children 12 and under is FREE with paying adult.
Fort Worth Oktoberfest is not a dog friendly event. The only exception is participants in the Dachshund race on Saturday.
Fort Worth Oktoberfest is a rain or shine event. We provide large, tented seating areas. Stay tuned to the Fort Worth Oktoberfest social media accounts for any weather-related event updates.
We encourage you to consider staying at our host hotel, DoubleTree by Hilton Fort Worth South Hotel & Conference Center located at 100 Altamesa Blvd E, Fort Worth, Texas 76134. Go to this booking link by 8/21/2023 and take advantage of a special Fort Worth Oktoberfest discounted room rate.
For other hotel options in Fort Worth, you may review a comprehensive list of nearby hotels provided by Visit Fort Worth.