The event will take place Oct. 9 in the newly built Rotary Amphitheater at Cerise Park. All Points Transit organized the event as one of its main fundraisers, with several sponsors like the City of Montrose, Telluride Express and Peak Professionals.

Workers are still in the process of making finishing touches on the amphitheater this week and the site is still closed to the public, but construction fencing will be removed a day or two before the event.

General admission tickets are on presale for $35 but are $45 at the gate. Access without an alcohol pass costs $20, but children 12 and under can enter for free. Standard tickets include beer tasting, live music and all festival activities, but do not include food.

Read Cassie Knust’s latest to learn more about how All Points Transit put this event together. 

What are you most excited for about Oktoberfest? How do you think this year will be different than past years?