Thank you for visiting the 2023 Four Peaks Oktoberfest!
Dates: October 13-14-15
Location: Tempe Beach Park, 80 W Rio Salado Parkway
Admission: $20.00 Friday & Saturday (21+)
Sunday & under 21 Free
Attendees: Families, Seniors, Children, Singles, Millennials – Fun For All Ages!
Format: Outdoor Bavarian Themed Festival
Features: Great Music, German & Local Beers, Bräts & Carnival Food, Carnival Rides, Dachshund Races
Title Sponsor: Four Peaks Brewing Company.
Fun Fact: The first Oktoberfest was held on October 12, 1810 in Munich, Germany to honor the wedding of Crown Prince Ludwig, later to become King Ludwig I, to Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen. It was a city-wide event celebrated as a festival for the whole of Bavaria.
Diversity: The Right Fit For Every Person
Diversity. Inclusion. They are more than just words for us.
As an all-volunteer organization that seeks to advance international and cross-cultural understanding, Tempe Sister Cities respects and embraces diversity, and practices inclusion.
No matter your race, your religion, your age, your country of origin, your gender, your sexual orientation, your disabilities, your socioeconomic status, you are welcomed and included.
Did You Know?
In 2023, Tempe Sister Cities marks the 50th anniversary of its Oktoberfest celebration in Tempe.
Oktoberfest is an annual fundraiser with proceeds used to send Tempe high school students to cities all around the world. Tempe Sister Cities is an internationally recognized non-profit, awarded multiple times for its promotion of multiculturalism.
Funds raised also help bring more than 30 high school students and teachers from international cities to Tempe for 5 weeks each year.
Tempe Sister Cities is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1970 and has won the Overall Best Sister City in America Award eight times from Sister Cities International.
Tempe Sister Cities
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