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Loveland Oktoberfest on Sept. 20, Combines Traditional German Flair with Colorado Style
Entertainment and Beer
Tickets still available for event’s evening concert featuring Flobots, Proverbial and The Epilogues at Thunder Mountain Amphitheatre
LOVELAND, Colo. – Sept 11, 2014 – Loveland’s signature Colorado style Oktoberfest is just around the corner with a great new venue and high-profile entertainment lineup. Set for Sat. Sept. 20 at Thunder Mountain Harley-Davidson,
Loveland Oktoberfest will feature a free community festival with Colorado craft beer, food, contests, and live music, followed by nationally recognized and chart topping entertainment by the Flobots, Proverbial and The Epilogues.
The event, put on by Grimm Brothers Brewhouse, Visit Loveland, Thunder Mountain Harley-Davidson and Clear Channel Media + Entertainment, kicks off with a free family-friendly community festival from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. featuring 10 local craft breweries, a large assortment of food vendors, artisan and craft vendors, live music, German style contests and fun activities for the entire family.
Gates to the Main Stage open at 4 p.m. for the evening concert. Denver indie rockers The Epilogues kick off the night and then Proverbial takes the stage, bringing its relentlessly diverse musical palette of funk, rock, reggae and hip-hop. The Flobots, a rock and hip-hop band that has climbed the charts with hit singles “Handlebars” and “Rise”, brings its beats to Loveland for the first time.
Tickets for the evening concert are now on sale and start at $15 for students, $18 for presale tickets and $20 at the door.
Presale tickets can be purchased at Thunder Mountain Harley-Davidson, all Loveland and Fort Collins King Soopers locations, the Loveland Visitors Center, Grimm Brothers Brewhouse or online at LovelandOktoberfest.org. Presale tickets purchased through Thunder Mountain Harley‐Davidson, the Loveland Visitors Center and Grimm Brothers Brewhouse will include a voucher for one free beer redeemable at Loveland Oktoberfest*.
A portion of event proceeds will benefit Colorado Youth Outdoors, a unique nonprofit located in Northern Colorado that aims to connect children and parents through hands‐on outdoor experiences.
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