Denver's Biergarten Festival Returns this July

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by Carrie Dow on Jul 6, 2017 in Event Listing

Forget Oktoberfest. Denver’s biggest German festival happens in the summer when the Biergarten Festival returns for the 21st annual party Friday through Sunday, July 7-9. Held in the lovely outdoor pavilion of TEL Edelweiss in the foothills near Morrison, this family-friendly cultural event has traditional German food, entertainment, music, dance and, our favorite, lots of Paulaner and Hacker-Schorr beer.

Beer not your thing? Traditional German schnapps and chilled Gluewein from Waldertau will also be available and, of course, non-alcoholic beverages.

Along with all the fun one would expect at a German festival, there are games, face painting and a play area for the kids, a German classic car show, Sunday Brunch and contests for adults including Keg Bowling and the popular Stein Hoisting Competition. New this year is a silent auction and the return of last year's Dachshund Race. Enjoy authentic German music from Those Austrian Guys, Austrian Connection, The Rhinelanders, Rick Borger and the Average German Band and the Hilltop Harvest Band. There will be a special performance by the Denver Philharmonic Orchestra to open the festival on Friday evening.

Tickets are $5 for adults and children 12 and under are $3. Children five and under are free. Food and drink are pay as you go, but take-home commorative beer steins are available with beer purchase. This is a cash only event and ATMs will be on site. The festival begins Friday at 4 PM and runs until 10 PM. Saturday is 11 AM to 10 PM and Sunday is 10 AM to 7 PM. TEV Edelweiss is located at 17832 Highway 8 just west of C470 and Highway 285. 

Photo via Annual Biergarten Festival on Facebook

Event Date: 07/07,07/08,07/09
Event Time: 4-10 PM
Location: TEV Edelweiss
Price: $5 per person
Type: Beer,Festival,Food,Music,Outdoor Seating
Website: www.biergartenfest.com/


Tags: Beer, Festival, Food, Music, Outdoor Seating
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