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‘Piertoberfest’ brings massive German food and drink celebration to St. Pete Pier Sunday

‘Piertoberfest’ brings massive German food and drink celebration to St. Pete Pier Sunday

Attendees at the 2021 Piertoberfest
Photo courtesy Piertoberfest

Oktoberfest on the water? St. Pete is making it happen with the return of Piertoberfest this Sunday, October 1. An all-day bash featuring German beer, food and games, the Oktoberfest party takes place from 12-7 pm at Spa Beach Park on the St. Pete Pier.

General admission is free, which includes access to the event and main grounds, including music and games. There will be a wide range of German food and beer (along with non-German food trucks) available for purchase throughout the festival. GA areas are open to all ages.

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VIP Experience tickets are $60 for early bird buyers ($85 at the door), which include a collectible Stein, a VIP area with shade and lounge seating, two drink tickets (1 pint each), and light snacks served within the VIP Experience area. VIP is limited to 21+ only.

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German Brews and live music at Piertoberfest

While authentic German beer from Bavaria’s most renowned breweries gets a big portion of the spotlight, this festival is much more than just steins full of ale and lager. Tons of local food vendors will be supplying all the traditional dishes like bratwurst, currywurst, spatzen, sauerbraten, potato salad, giant pretzels and apple strudel funnel cakes.

In addition to all the eating and drinking, Piertoberfest will feature a rotation of classic Bavarian music, polka, and other Oktoberfest favorites. And for those ready to show what they’re made of, attendees can participate in Oktoberfest competitions like stein hoisting, tug of war, keg tossing and more. There will even be a best-dressed competition, so don’t hesitate to break out the lederhosen and dirndls.

Among the double-digit offerings of German and German-style beers, guests can try the original Oktoberfest Marzen by Paulaner Brewery that debuted at the original Oktoberfest more than 200 years ago and has come to be the symbol of Oktoberfest worldwide. Beyond the long list of traditional brews from old-school German breweries, there will be a selection of Oktoberfest-style beers from local breweries, as well. Get the best of Bavaria AND the Burg, all in one stop.

General Admission is open to all ages, while the VIP Experience is 21+ only. For more information and a full list of activities, beers, food menus and more, visit piertoberfest.com.

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