Frisco Oktoberfest tickets now on sale

General admission to Frisco Oktoberfest is free.

General admission to Frisco Oktoberfest is free.

Tickets for Frisco Oktoberfest are now on sale, according to a July 17 release. The annual event will take place Sept. 28 from 5-10 p.m. at Frisco Square.

The one-day festival will host live music, German dancers, a bier stein hoisting contest, traditional keg tapping, folk dance lessons, a brat eating contest, shopping, German cuisine and bier.

General admission to the festival is free, but other ticket options include an additional bier ticket, a bier and 16-oz stein and a VIP pass. There are only 200 VIP passes, and perks include skipping the entrance line, three 16-oz biers and access to the VIP tent with complimentary food, wine, spirits and beer.

Attendees can get $5 off their ticket using the code EMAIL. The offer expires July 20.
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