Quassy Amusement Park holding Oktoberfest Sept. 26-27

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The Beer Hall Boys will be the featured entertainment on Saturday, Sept. 26, at Quassy’s 28th Annual Oktoberfest. The Beer Hall Boys will be the featured entertainment on Saturday, Sept. 26, at Quassy’s 28th Annual Oktoberfest. Photo: Contributed Photo / Photo: Contributed Photo / The Beer Hall Boys will be […]


MIDDLEBURY — The 29th Annual Oktoberfest will take place Sept. 26-27 at Quassy Amusement Park, 2132 Middlebury Road.

Oktoberfest, running from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days, will feature live music starting at 1 p.m., as well as German food and beer.

Admission to the open-air Oktoberfest Pavilion is free with $7 for parking at Quassy. There are fees for food, beverages, rides and other park attractions.


Featured entertainment on Saturday is the Beer Hall Boys, a five-piece band from Chicopee, Mass.

The Sunday performance will be by the Swedish Meatballs band from Brooklyn, N.Y.

The park’s rides and attractions operate during Oktoberfest starting at 11 a.m. The waterpark and beach closed Sept.13 for the season.

For more information about Quassy Amusement Park visit www.quassy.com.



Quassy Amusement Park is in its 112th year, and features more than two dozen rides and attractions. Rides include the award-winning Wooden Warrior roller coaster, Reverse Time, Frantic, Music Fest, Yo-Yo super swings, Free Fall ‘N’ Drop Tower and Grand Carousel. New for 2020 is the Tidal Wave giant swinging ship. Quassy also features a laser maze attraction in its huge arcade building. The park also has a restaurant, redemption arcade, games, live entertainment and special events. Season passes are on sale now at the park office and through the Quassy website at www.quassy.com.

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