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Food & Music

Oktoberfest Vermont is proud to have many of the area’s finest food vendors ready to serve you authentic German food as well as local culinary delights.  We are also excited to welcome to the stage New England’s best Bavarian orchestra to get you dancing and singing.  Get ready to Oompah!

Kountry Kart Deli

Kountry Cart Deli

For this year’s Oktoberfest, the world famous Kountry Kart Deli will be creating the “Rise and Shiner Schnitzel” for you to enjoy!

Picnic Provisions

Locally hand made sausage and brats like you have never had before.  These guys are famous in the farmers market circuit and we are lucky they agreed to take their skills to the big show!  Dont miss out on these.

Wood Fired Pretzels

Soft dough pretzels that are bigger than a Frisbee!  Cooked in a wood fired oven these are the ultimate pairing for any beer you can find.

A-Maize-ing Kettle Korn

The Inseldudler’s


Who are the Inseldudler?

The name Inseldudler comes from the German Insel meaning “island” and dudeln, to toot an instrument. The Inseldudler first performed in Grand Isle County in Vermont, for Applefest in 2001. They retain the name as a tribute to the relaxed spirit (Gemütlichkeit) of island living. Band members come from all around the Champlain Valley.

Fluency in German, outstanding musicianship, traditional Tyrolean costumes and a commitment to fun add up to an authentic German band experience.

Bluebird Barbecue

Bluebird Barbecue

The Bluebird Barbecue serves the best smoked brisket, pulled pork, ribs and traditional sides found in the area. They will be serving up Bavarian inspired BBQ for this year’s Oktoberfest Vermont!!

Vermont Spatzle

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The Vermont Spatzle Company is bringing the taste of Germany from the Green Mountains!  What is Spatzle?  A traditional German Egg Noodle…theirs is made fresh in small batches with LOVE.  Always gluten free and delicious.

The Doughnut Dude

Brought to you by the EAT MORE KALE dude…These doughnuts are the perfect size & price to smash a half dozen (or two)…AND they are made right in front of you!

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