Pflugerville announces rescheduled Deutschen Pfest dates

Pflugerville's Deutschen Pfest will be held Oct. 16-18 in Pfluger Park, the city announced in an April 17 news release. (Courtesy city of Pflugerville)
Pflugerville's Deutschen Pfest will be held Oct. 16-18 in Pfluger Park, the city announced in an April 17 news release. (Courtesy city of Pflugerville)

Pflugerville's Deutschen Pfest will be held Oct. 16-18 in Pfluger Park, the city announced in an April 17 news release. (Courtesy city of Pflugerville)

Get ready, Pflugerville: The city has announced the rescheduled dates for its 45th annual Deutschen Pfest.

Deutschen Pfest will be held Oct. 16-18 in Pfluger Park, the city announced in an April 17 news release.

Originally slated for May 15-17, the event was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, with city and county mandates prohibiting mass gatherings.

Admission to the event is cash-only. It will cost $5 on Oct. 16, $7 on Oct. 17 and $5 on Oct. 18.

The festival will run from 5 p.m.-midnight Oct. 16, 10 a.m.-midnight Oct. 17 and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 18.


Deutschen Pfest's events schedule is as follows.

  • Oct. 16-18: Deutschen Pfest Carnival

    $20 (per day for unlimited rides). Pfluger Park, 515 City Park Road, Pflugerville.

  • Oct. 17: Deutschen Pfest Parade

    Free. Children's parade at 10 a.m.; main parade at 10:45 a.m. Railroad Avenue and Main Street.

  • Oct. 17-18: Children's area

    Free entry, with some activities requiring cost for participation. Intended for children age 8 and under. 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sat., 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sun. Gilleland Creek Park, 700 N. Railroad Ave., Pflugerville.

  • Oct. 18: Deutschen Pfest 5K

    $35 (5K), $15 (1K). Timed 5K begins at 8 a.m.; untimed children's 1K begins at 9 a.m. 203 E. Pecan St., Pflugerville

  • TBD: Miss Pflugerville Pageant

    5-7 p.m. Pflugerville Recreation Center, 400 Immanuel Road, Pflugerville.


For additional event information, click here.
By Kelsey Thompson
Kelsey Thompson is the reporter for Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto, where her work focuses on education, city government and community development. Originally from upstate New York, Kelsey relocated to Austin after graduating from Syracuse University in May 2019.


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