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“Oktober Fest Update” St. Augustine Beach October 16, 2009

“OKTOBER FEST!” this Friday, October 16th at the St. Augustine Beach Pier & Pavilion. Tickets are still The list of beers for sampling has grown to over 80 international & domestic. A complete list is Vendors will be onsite to provide local favorites as well as St. Augustine’s interpretation of Classic German cuisine. Vendors include JP Henleys, Fratelli’s, Café Eleven, Present Moment Café, Purple Olive, Isaac’s Bistro, A1A Ale works, Kulture, Crab Cake King and American Graffiti. Kulture Hookah Lounge will be providing hookahs with flavored tobacco in their exclusive Hookah Lounge. VIP TICKET HOLDERS VIP Ticket Holders will have exclusive access to the festival grounds an hour prior to general admission ticket holders.

This exclusive ticket ensures no lines and includes the unlimited samples of over 80 beers for the 1st hour of the event. 45 FOOT FERRIS WHEEL, CARNIVAL GAMES, RAFFLES A 45 Foot illuminated Ferris Wheel will provide fun and excitement over the festival grounds. Carnival Games such as the water gun race & Balloon dart game will bring out the kid in you.

The St. Augustine Amphitheatre will be providing a FREE raffle booth to WIN concert tickets. FREE TAXI SERVICE Free Taxi service will be provided by Folio Weekly. Just mail your receipt to Folio Weekly at 9456 Philips Hwy, Suite 11, Jacksonville, FL 32256-1351 by October 21 in order to be reimbursed for your cab fair. Please provide your name, home address, telephone number and the receipt from your cab ride home. Valid up to 6 miles from the St. Augustine Beach Pier and Pavilion. Free parking will be available in 2 locations with FREE shuttle service to and from the festival location.

The St. Augustine Amphitheatre which is located at 1340 C A1A South, & Ron Parker Park located at 607 Old Beach Rd. Just park and ride. BEVERAGES ON THE PIER Normally alcoholic beverages are prohibited on the pier, but for the duration of the event you will be allowed to enjoy them while enjoying the beauty of the Atlantic. GERMAN MUSIC & FOLK DANCERS The Heidelberg Hotshots & the Bavarian Bad Boys will perform traditional German songs, Polish tunes, polkas, drinking songs, and toasts. Eight pairs of German folk dancers will perform famous German dances within the confines of the Bier Haus. This event is ages 21 and up. Admission price includes unlimited sampling of over 80 beers, & entertainment.

Food and games are not included in admission price. Tickets are available at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre Box Office, A1A Ale Works, Ragtime Tavern & Seafood Grill, Seven Bridges or online at This event is sponsored in part by Burkhardt sales and service, Republic National Distributing Co., Fresh Ink, Nissan of St. Augustine, Comcast Spotlight, Planet Radio 107.3, Invisible music for Invisible children, Bold City Brewery, St. Augustine BBQ & Crab Cake King, Isaac’s Bistro, A1A Ale works, Kulture Hookah Lounge, Present Moment Café, JP Henley’s, Purple Olive, Fratilli’s, Café Eleven, Ragtime Tavern, Seven Bridges, Michelob brewing company, & Folio Weekly. For more information call 904.209.3750 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2009 6pm VIP, 7-10:30pm General Admission ST. AUGUSTINE BEACH PIER & PAVILION 350 A1A Beach Blvd St Augustine, FL 32080 General Admission $15.00 in advance, $20 at the door. VIP $30.00 in advance, $35 at the door.

PARKING: SHUTTLES RUNNING FROM:

  • St. Augustine Amphitheatre 1340 A1A South St. Augustine, FL 32080
  • Ron Parker Park 607 Old Beach Road St. Augustine, FL 32080 http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/22004315F16D3103?artistid=1357243&majorcatid=10005&minorcatid=0 For more information, please contact: Dan Larson – St. Johns County Cultural Events Division 904 209 0366 dlarson@sjcfl.us For the October Fest! logo and photos of the Heidelberg Hot Shots & Bavarian Bad Boys please visit: http://ftp.bocc.co.st-johns.fl.us/amphitheatre/pictures/Oktoberfest/Oktoberfest/ Eco- Oktober Fest… Recycling bins will be provided around the facility.

    2009 Oktoberfest Beer List

    St. Pauli Girl Lager
    St. Pauli Girl Special Dark
    St. Pauli Girl Non-Alcoholic
    Gayant La Goudale
    Gayant La Divine
    Gayant Amadeus
    Black Art Beer
    Black Art Gold
    Spaten Oktoberfest
    Spaten Munich Dunkel
    Spaten Optimator
    Spaten Lager
    Spaten Franziskaner Hefe Weiss
    Spaten Franziskaner Dunkel Weiss
    Full Sail Pale ale
    Full Sail IPA
    Full Sail Amber ale
    Full Sail Wassail
    Session Lager
    Session Black Lager
    Jack’s Pumpkin Spiced Ale
    Wild Blue Blueberry Ale
    Land Shark Lager
    Bacardi Sangria
    Bacardi Lemonade
    Bacardi Raz
    Stone Mill Pale Ale (Organic)
    Peak Organic Amber Ale (Organic)
    Peak Organic Nut Brown Ale (Organic)
    Star Hill Jomo Lager
    Star Hill The Love Wheat Beer
    Star Hill Northern Lights IPA
    Widmer Drop Top Amber Ale
    Widmer Hefeweizen
    Widmer Drifter Pale Ale
    Redhook Longhammer IPA
    Staropramen Pilsner
    Tennent’s Lager
    Woodchuck Amber Cider
    Woodchuck Granny Smith Cider
    Woodchuck Pear
    Strongbow Cider
    Bold English Ale.
    Killer Whale Crème Ale
    Gordon Biersch Marzen Lager
    Gordon Biersch Blonde Bock Lager
    Gordon Biersch Seasonal FestBier
    Negra Modelo
    Modelo Especial
    Pacifico Clara
    Estrella Damm
    Tona Cerveza
    Spanish Peaks Black Dog Amber Ale
    Key West Sunset Ale
    Hurricane Reef Caribbean Style Pilsner
    Ybor Gold Amber Lager
    Seagram’s Wild Berries Cooler
    Seagram’s Fuzzy Navel Cooler
    Seagram’s Lime Margarita Cooler
    Monster Energy
    Monster Energy Low Carb
    Icelandic Glacial Water
    Southside Pilsner
    Sweet magnolia Brown Ale
    Whestbury Wheat
    Red Brick Ale
    Oktoberfest Lager
    Dunkel Weizen
    Jolly Jack Pumpkin Ale
    Bud Light Lime
    Bud Light Golden Wheat
    Budweiser America Ale
    Chelada Bud
    Chelada Bud Light
    Michelob Ultra Lime Cactus
    Michelob Ultra Pomegranate. Raspberry
    Michelob Ultra Orange Grapefruit
    Michelob Ultra Amber
    Michelob Amber Bock
    Shock Top Ale
    Michelob Light Lager
    Rolling Rock
    Rolling Rock Light
    Kona Longboard Lager
    Kona Fire Rock
    Kona Pipeline Porter

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