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Spokane Oktoberfest 

When: Fri., Oct. 27, Sat., Oct. 28 and Sun., Oct. 29 2017
Price: $10-$15/adults; kids under 12 free
It’s going to get authentic with all the beer, brats and Bavarian bands at Spokane’s Oktoberfest, taking place this weekend. Imported Paulaner and Hacker-Pschorr beer straight from Germany will be flowing, along with accordion music, as attendees revel in this annual celebration. Designated drivers can register and receive complimentary root beer and bottled water for their selflessness, but it’s not all about the brews at this family-friendly festival (the doors close, however, for those under age 21 at 9 pm each night). There’s something for everyone at Oktoberfest, including games and wiener dog racing. The opening ceremony follows long-held tradition, with Spokane Valley Mayor Rod Higgins tapping the keg on Friday night. Dust off your beer steins and check out the website for tickets and general information. O’zapft is!

Oct 27-29: Fri, 4-11:30 pm; Sat, noon-11:30 pm; Sun, 11 am-5 pm • $10/day, $15/weekend admission; kids under 12 free • CenterPlace Regional Event Center • 2426 N. Discovery Pl., Spokane Valley •
— Jason Still

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