Munich returns to Downtown Chandler, with 11th annual SanTan Brewing Oktoberfest on Saturday, September 29, 2018
Munich returns to Downtown Chandler with 11th annual SanTan Brewing Oktoberfest on Saturday, September 29, 2018. Presented by Bashas’, guest of all ages will kick off the autumn season with crowd favorites including polka music, brat eating contest, stein holding competition, tricycle races and wiener dog races. Lace up your dirndl, throw on your lederhosen and grab a stein because Arizona legend Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers will return to rock the crowd.
No Oktoberfest celebration would be complete without beer! The SanTan Brewing Oktoberfest will feature a Bavarian-style beer garden where thirsty patrons will enjoy SanTan’s Oktoberfest lager. Oktoberfest is a traditional German lager boasting a toasty strong malt profile with a clean and crisp lager flavor, ABV 5.5%. SanTan will also pour their core beers and other seasonal offerings.
General admission and VIP tickets are available online now at www.santanoktoberfest.com. Beginning on September 1, 2018 – all valley Bashas’ locations will offer a $10 discounted general admission ticket.
Oktoberfest Fest Quick Facts
Date: September 29, 2018
Time: 3-11 p.m.
Location: Dr AJ Chandler Park, 178 E Commonwealth Ave, Chandler, AZ
$10 at any valley Basha’s location, beginning September 1, 2018
$12 Online Presale
$15 Walk Up/Gate Price
(Kids 12 and under are free)
GA does not include food or beverage
$125 – A limited number of VIP admission tickets are available online ONLY, while supplies last. VIP Admission is $125 and includes six alcoholic beverages, unlimited soft drinks and water, catered food, private restrooms, front stage access/view, private seating. VIP is a 21 and over entry only.
A portion of the proceeds from the SanTan Brewing Oktoberfest benefit St. Joseph the Worker, a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to assisting the homeless, low income and other disadvantaged individuals in their efforts to become self-sufficient through quality employment. For more information about St. Joseph the Worker, visit www.sjwjobs.org.