Join us as we celebrate the 9th annual Old Town Oktoberfest, Mid-Michigan's only German Oktoberfest event. Old Town Oktoberfest features German food, live music, dancing, and 12oz souvenir mugs filled with German-style beer.

This two-day event attracts visitors from all over the Midwest. After all, how can one resist two days of musik, essen, and bier? Come either Friday or Saturday, October 10 and 11, or both days for the price of one!

As one of OTCA's primary fundraisers, by attending, sponsoring, or volunteering at Old Town Oktoberfest, you are helping to revitalize Lansing's Old Town. Tickets are just $20 at the door or only $15 if purchased in advance before Thursday, October 9 at midnight (online or in the OTCA office). The ticket admits you into the festival both Friday and Saturday.

Seniors get a special discounted price of $13 for ages 62 and up. There are no time or situation constraints, a senior can buy a discounted ticket at any time, from online, over the phone or in the office!

Ticket includes admittance to the tent, souvenir beer mug, and 3 tickets for food or drink. Cash, check and credit cards are accepted at the festival. Reminder: unlike 2012, this is a 21+ only event. No children, pets or anyone under the age of 21 will be allowed into this event. Find out more at our FAQ & Maps page. And don't forget to check out our VIP table options!

Lansing State Journal is a proud sponsor of Old Town Oktoberfest. See all sponsors here.