What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $19 for two general admissions, two beers, and two pretzels, valid any day ($34 value)
- $99 for VIP admission for two, valid Sunday–Thursday ($120 value)
- $129 for VIP admission for two, valid Friday or Saturday ($160 value)
From September 10 to 20, Camera Park’s emerald expanse of grass and wooden gazebos braces itself for a lively celebration of German culture as the fourth annual Glendale Heights Oktoberfest gets underway.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 20, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Children 16 and younger are free. Suggested to call for VIP options to book spots in advance; Subject to availability. Event open rain or shine. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Glendale Heights Oktoberfest
Each year, guests fill Camera Park to celebrate German culture at Glendale Heights Oktoberfest. The festival’s spacious tent ensures a full weekend of merriment, whether the sky rains, shines, or finally spills its Big Dipper. As live bands lay down rhythms with their oompahs, waitresses clad in dirndl skirts serve up authentic German cuisine prepared by Chef Wolfgang of Schnitzel Platz Restaurant, in addition to Austrian and German pastries and frosty beers imported from Hofbräu and Weihenstephan Breweries in Munich.
Aside from the festival’s palate-pleasing foods, revelers can work off hearty meals by dancing from noon to midnight and erupting into a round of applause after inspiring performances by lederhosen-clad accordion players. Youngsters can also meet their daily quotas for fun with a pumpkin patch and huts filled with an array of souvenirs, such as hats and German flags.