COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO — Colorado Springs has been hosting Oktoberfest since a while. The three-day event will be held at the Western Museum of Mining and Industry. It is a three-day event. The event is organized by Colorado International Events and managed by O’Donnell and O’Donnell, LLP. It is a huge event.
A separate website was developed to include all the events and ticket prices to ensure the convenience of the attendants.
The organizers tried to adopt the traditions of the event creators and bring the flavors of Munich to Colorado.
As always, Octoberfest is all about tasting experience, competitions and entertaining events.
Colorado Spring turns into a small “Munich” during this festive period. It is attended by thousands of tourists from around many states.
The original “Oktoberfest” was born in Munich, Kingdom of Bavaria, on October 18, 1810. The story goes back to Crown Prince Ludwig (later King Ludwig I) and Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen (namesake of the Theresienwiese festival grounds) who organized a horse race to commemorate their marriage.
The marriage took place on October 12, and the horse race on October 17. Colorado communities, with their rooted German influence also celebrate Oktoberfest at various locations around the city.