“Zicke, zacke” at the first ever Oktoberfest at Sugar Land Town Square this weekend

Sugar Land Town Square hosts its first ever Oktoberfest this weekend | Courtesy of Sugar Land Town Square

Toast at a free, inaugural Bavarian bash with beer samplings, a local market, games and more at Oktoberfest at Sugar Land Town Square on Saturday, October 1, 2022.

For the first time, Oktoberfest lands at Sugar Land Town Square, offering a fall day full of German celebration with 50 different brews courtesy of Flying Saucer Biergarten, a local vintage and craft market, live music, traditional German dishes, a slate of games and much more.

While it’s free to enter Oktoberfest and enjoy all the entertainment on hand, beer sampling packages are available in limited quantities for $25 and include 10 two-ounce samples from the wide array of brews available. These passes are expected to sell out, with any remaining passes going for $30 on the day of the event, until gone, so secure your tasting tickets now.

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Oktoberfest at Sugar Land Town Square

Courtesy of Sugar Land Town Square

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