One Day Pre-Sale for Crystal City Oktoberfest

Crystal City’s Oktoberfest is returning for its second year with a new partner: New District Brewing and to celebrate, the Crystal City BID is offering early access to tickets for ARLnow readers!

“After welcoming a sellout crowd of 2,000 local residents in its inaugural year, Oktoberfest is back by popular demand,” says Tracy Gabriel, President & Executive Director of the BID. “We are thrilled to partner with New District Brewing, which is Arlington’s only brewery, to create an even more memorable experience for all of our attendees.”

This year’s Oktoberfest will feature a selection of local beers as well as a variety of food trucks and vendors serving up traditional German fare. As a new attraction for beer enthusiasts, four local breweries will be pouring custom beers brewed specifically for the event and available only during Crystal City Oktoberfest. Each of the breweries’ most popular regularly offered beers will also be available.

“New District Brewery is proud to partner with the Crystal City BID to offer a unique beer experience for the Oktoberfest season,” says Mike Katrivanos, Co-Owner of New District Brewery. “Four local breweries including Settle Down Easy, Valor, Dynasty and New District will bring you four custom brewed German themed beers (to be announced) for your tasting pleasure!”

General Admission tickets are $30 in advance and will go on sale on August 1 but ARLnow readers get one day early access TODAY (7/31) for advance tickets.

Tickets include admission to the festival, a full-sized custom mug and drink tickets redeemable for all four exclusive beers. VIP tickets are also available and include early admission and additional drink tickets.

Event: Crystal City Oktoberfest
Date: Saturday, September 28
Time: 1-4 p.m. (VIP: 12-4 p.m.)
Location: The Grounds at 12th and South Eads Street, Arlington, Virginia 22202

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