Welcome to the premier Oktoberfest in Dallas. This family friendly event brings thousands of people across Dallas - Fort Worth for the good food, good beer and good times. This year's annual event, to be held September 28th, 2019 at Flag Pole Hill, just north of White Rock Lake, will feature some of the best local bands, plenty of fun for the kids, and delicious restaurant offerings from brats to ice cream. 



The line-up is complete and ready to roll. There is entertainment throughout the day and we have Petty Theft and Rhymin N Stealin headline the evening shows. You can check out the bands and the entertainment schedule below.


Come out and enjoy some of the best bites and brews Dallas has to offer. We'll have everything from Brats to Pizza and Hefeweizen to Kolsch. Our goal is to have something for everyone of any age.



Do you think you have what it takes to be King of the Hill? Enter into out 2-person cornhole tournament to find out. This double elimination tournament will pit you against some of the toughest amateur competition in the area.






Rhymin’ N Stealin’ resuscitates audiences with high-energy performances of Beastie Boys favorites. Unlike the typical tribute band, Rhymin’ N Stealin’ doesn’t ask for nostalgia or remembrance – they show audiences why the Beastie Boys still kick ass right now. Part intricate homage, part obsession, Rhymin’ N Stealin’ has set itself apart from the tribute band rank and file since forming in 2009. After selling out their first show at the House of Blues Dallas, Rhymin’ N Stealin’ earned national notoriety by meticulously recreating the Beastie Boys experience, headlining Public & Corporate shows across North America.

- Rhymin N Stealin



Photo credit: Bill Ellison


Since 2003 Petty Theft has drawn huge crowds to all sorts of venues and events, with a slavish devotion to the music of Tom Petty in all its forms–with the Heartbreakers, solo, with the Traveling Wilburys, whatever shape it may take; if it has his fingerprints on it somewhere, it’s in play for Petty Theft.  Getting it right and playing it tight is what Petty Theft does, rolling out timeless big hits one after another,  lesser hits which will make you think ‘Man!–I’ve not heard that in years!’, and a sprinkle of deep tracks and songs by other artists Petty has been connected with through the years. 

- Petty Theft



THE Lupners

“Let's start out with the fact that we rock. Chalupner has melted faces with numerous shreddin' solos, including his own. We're not kidding. Glupner has shaken things loose that frankly shouldn't be out in the open. Tlupner? Well, you really haven't the first clue what he's REALLY up to behind that drum kit. One word: feral. This is all to say that you'll get value for your rock 'n roll dollar with The Lupners.”
- The Lupners






We broke record numbers for food and beverage sales last year, so we thank all of the thirsty and hungry patrons who visited us last year. From Brats to BBQ to Burgers and Root Beer, we have a glutenous menu prepped to satisfy your tastes.


Frequently Asked Questions

Who is behind the Oktoberfest Dallas?
Oktoberfest Dallas is an annual event presented by the volunteers from the Exchange Club of Lake Highlands. For more information about the Exchange Club of Lake Highlands, please visit www.lhexchangeclub.org

Can I bring my dog, cat, ferret or any other animal?
Unfortunately, no animals are allowed unless they are service animals with proper documentation.

Can I bring outside food/drink? 
No outside food or beverage are permitted.

Is this a kid-friendly event?
YES! Oktoberfest Dallas has plenty of activities geared for the young ones (and the young at heart), including a special Kid Zone area (free with admission) with all sorts of fun games and activities.

How much is it to get in?
The entry fee is $12 per person and kids under 4 get in for free.

What about pre-sales tickets?
If you buy 50 tickets, they are on sale for $45 and if you buy 100 tickets its $90. Basically, you save 10% and avoid the lines.

Where is Oktoberfest Dallas located?
The 9th Annual Oktoberfest Dallas will take place at Flag Pole Hill at White Rock Lake, which is located at 8100 Doran Circle, Dallas, Texas 75238.

How do I purchase food, beer and other items at Oktoberfest Dallas?
Vendors will only accept tickets sold at the Oktoberfest Dallas ticket stands.  1 ticket = $1.  Credit cards will be accepted and an ATM machine(s) will be onsite.

Can I bring a blanket or lawn chair to Oktoberfest Dallas?
Yes.  Feel free to bring a blanket or lawn chair to relax while enjoying a cold beverage and watching the entertainment.

When will Oktoberfest Dallas take place?
Saturday, September 28th, 2019. The festival begins at 10:00 a.m. and runs until roughly 10:00 p.m.

How much are food and drinks?
Beer and wine is $6 and food/non-alcoholic drinks range from $1-$13.

What are the kid zone hours?
The kid zone area opens at 10:00am and shuts down at 6:00pm.



Here are some places to park on Saturday. We'll have parking available at Norbuck Park, Lake Highlands Church and Lake Highlands Highschool with shuttles running all day that will get you to the fun.