Oct. 11th & 12th - Celtic/Oktoberfest Hosted by Town of Carbondale & Colorado Parks & Recreation - Aspen Real Life
Celtic/Oktoberfest Hosted by Town of Carbondale & Colorado Parks & Recreation

Oct. 11th & 12th – Celtic/Oktoberfest Hosted by Town of Carbondale & Colorado Parks & Recreation

Sláinte! Join your neighbors and friends and toast the Emerald Isle with an evening of bagpipes, beer, and the “Best Legs in a Kilt Contest.” Sample Celtic & German cuisine, soak up some Celtic tunes, and enjoy a jolly good autumn evening. Music and mugs available beginning at 5:00pm Friday night, October 11th. Jig on by the 4th Street Plaza to check out the fun.

5-6pm: Bag pipers, drummers, and celtic dancers from Rocky Mountain Scots
6pm & 7pm Whiskey Tasting with Carbondale Beer Works ($25 pre register and $30 day of)
8pm: Men’s Best Legs in a Kilt Contest
6-9pm: Live traditional Irish & Scottish Music from Oran Mor

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Willkommen! Time to dust off last year’s stein and fill it full with this year’s beer. Oktoberfest kicks off at 12pm Saturday, October 12th, and promises to be a day full of fun with German music, food, and beer. Half and full-liter steins available while supplies last—get yours before it’s gone! Test your merit at Liter Holding and Nail Driving, and don’t forget to secure your spot in the Annual Cornhole Tournament (must pre-register online or at the CRCC).

12pm-2pm: Kid’s Crafts with Rosybelle Mobile Maker & Face Painting (FREE)
12pm-3pm Live music from Denver’s Thirsty 5
1pm-5pm: 7th Annual Cornhole Tournament
3pm-6pm – Live German Music Rick Borger and the Average German Band
7pm: Liter Holding Competition
7:30-9:30pm: Live cover band (80’s-2000’s) Union of None

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