Oktubrefest Brings Bavarian Tacos, Local Brews to San Antonio Next Month

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San Antonio's German, Mexican and Spanish influences will meet this fall at Oktubrefest, a new food and music festival heading to Sunset Station on September 21.

Hosted by the L.B.W. (LiquorBeerWine) Group, the festival aims to raise funds for the Brighton Center, a local nonprofit that provides developmental and educational services to Bexar County-area children.



Festival-goers can expect to see craft beers from local breweries including Ranger Creek and Independence Brewing Co., and enjoy culturally-inspired eats like Bavarian tacos and chorizo and wurst.

GA and VIP tickets range between $10-50, and include live music performances from traditional German and Tejano musicians and bands. Children under 12 enter free.



To learn more about the festival or sponsorship opportunities, visit oktubrefest.com.
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