Fremont Oktoberfest 2021
September 17-19, 2021. Valid for Selected Session Admission.
- 21+ Only, Every Day, No Exceptions.
- 100 Craft Beers, German Beers, Cider and More.
- Dogs Welcome on Sunday Only.
- Proof of being fully vaccinated from Covid-19 is required to be shown for admission
- Negative Covid-19 Test Results within 72 hours may be presented in lieu of vaccination
- Protective masks must be worn at all times when not drinking/eating
Hailed as one of the Top 10 places in the World to Celebrate Oktoberfest, the 2021 Fremont Oktoberfest returns September 17, 18 and 19!
- Fremont Oktoberfest is strictly 21+ only. No re-entry allowed on Friday or Saturday.
- NEW in 2021: Ticket Session Models - choose when to attend - to control crowd sizes for health and safety
- 100 Craft Beers, German Beers, Cider and More
- Enjoy Beer Tasting in 5oz Mini Mug or Buy Big Beer Steins & Boots
- Commemorative Mini Mug available while supplies last
- If you appear intoxicated, you will not be served. Please enjoy responsibly.
- No admittance 30 minutes before your session ends. All taps close 15 minutes before your session ends.
Sponsored by The Seattle Times.
2021 HEALTH & SAFETY PLAN
We are so excited to welcome you back to Fremont Oktoberfest, September 17-19! Last year was a difficult year for all of us, and it feels great to be able to safely gather again outdoors in the streets of Fremont!
Our team has been monitoring the recent rise in Covid-19 cases, and felt it best to share our plan to create a healthy and safe event for you to enjoy.
We are following all state and local health requirements as outlined for large outdoor events. Additionally, changes in place for this year’s event include:
- All guests, staff and volunteers inside the festival must be 100% fully vaccinated – or – provide proof of a negative Covid-19 test within 72 hours prior to arriving at the event. Proof of vaccination can include your vaccination card, a printed copy of your vaccination card, or photo of your vaccination card on your phone. Any guest not providing proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test will be denied entry. At-Home negative covid test results will be accepted.
- Masks are now required inside the festival, per King County Order issued on September 2. Protective masks must be worn at all times when not drinking/eating. Free face masks are available at the event.
- Expanded open space to allow for more physical distancing
- New hand sanitizer stations throughout the event site
- Additional hand-washing stations for event staff and volunteers
- Capacity controls with ticket session models to avoid overcrowding
If you are feeling ill or showing symptoms of being sick, please stay home. If state or local health requirements change, we will adjust our admission requirements accordingly.
It takes many months to organize this event, and the health and safety of our guests, volunteers, staff and event partners has been our top priority in planning Fremont Oktoberfest since day one.
If you have questions about this plan and how it may evolve, please let us know by contacting us at information@