Thread City Hop Fest Oktoberfest

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Put on your lederhosen and raise your glass, the Thread City Hop Fest Oktoberfest is coming to Willimantic Downtown!

10/19/2017

Willimantic Brewing Company
967 Main Street
Willimantic, CT06226
Driving Directions

This beer fest will feature traditional Oktoberfest brews, a selection of the best seasonal beers, and delicious food as well. Enjoy an Autumn evening in Willimantic!

Don’t delay, get your tickets today! Limited tickets available.

Ticket Price: $20 in advance. $30 at the gate (if any remain). Admission includes a commemorative Oktoberfest glass, a Bavarian pretzel and your first beer is on us. (Please have photo ID available) Additional beer tokens can be purchased inside the event. Please bring cash.

DD tickets: $5

Food will be offered by some of Willimantic’s best. A Cupcake for LaterCafemantic, and Willimantic Brewing Company will be cooking up their spin on Oktoberfest fare. 

Entertainment: Bruce John & The Bandaleros have been entertaining audiences of all ages for over 17 years. They play hit songs from the 50’s,60’s & 70’s . Their songs come from many genres: Rock, Country, Blues, Folk, Jazz and Rhythm & Blues and are sure to Rock the Oktoberfest and have everyone dancing and singing along.

This event is rain or shine!

Enter behind Willibrew on High Street. Please have a valid ID and your ticket.

Parking is available on street, behind Eminence Ink, the Windham Theatre Guild, and Jillson Square.

The Thread City Hop Fest is organized by the Willimantic Brewing Company on behalf of Willimantic Renaissance, Inc. (WRI) The non-profit that produces the 3rd Thursday Street Fest. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Covenant Soup Kitchen, and Horizons, Inc.

 


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