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To continue the progress made in reducing the spread of COVID-19, the City of Toronto is extending the cancellation of city-led and city-permitted outdoor special events through September 30 (read more here). Since Toronto Oktoberfest is a city-permitted event, it's with heavy hearts that we announce the festival will not be taking place in 2020.


We look forward to returning in 2021, and we want to sincerely thank you for your support over the past 8 years! We couldn't have done it without you, and can't wait to see you again.

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  • Young and old, modern and traditional – it all blends harmoniously in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere at Toronto’s Oktoberfest!

  • This three day festival takes place in a massive Festhalle tent and outdoor Bavarian Village

  • Free German glass beer steins to the first 500 attendees per session

  • Bavarian communal tables and benches direct from Germany

  • Exclusive to Toronto Oktoberfest, ERDINGER’s Oktoberfest Brew is specially brewed for the fall season, blends the crisp flavor of ERDINGER Weiss with a traditionally full Oktoberfest brew



  • We encourage wearing something traditional (items can be purchased at the event while quantities last)

  • Introduce yourself to strangers

  • Compliment your tablemates and take care of your friends (old and new)

  • Eat, drink, sing, mingle, dance and attempt to speak German

"George Kash (Mr. Oktoberfest) and The Oktoberfest Express Band
is a must for the Saturday night event.  He IS Oktoberfest."