Oktoberfest is back! Buy Tickets now!

The famous #oktoberfestgoodyear at the Phoenix Goodyear Airport

- imported German beer, a German band from Munich, authentic German food all you can eat, a stein and a t-shirt as a keeper - all for $69!


All proceeds go to the "New life Center" to help protect families against domestic violence. 


Get your tickets now: (575) 404 - 2294 or oktoberfestgoodyear@gmail.com



The Goodyear Oktoberfest has seen many great live bands in the past and the feedback was always great but YOUR feedback about last year’s live band surpassed it all.  We are tremendously proud to announce that our friends from Germany, HANDGSCHABT MUSIC will play again on this year’s Oktoberfest, for the third year in a row! 

The Taste of Tradition


The Bavarian State Brewery Weihenstephan:

"Since 1040 beer has been brewed on the Weihenstephan hill in Freising. Behind the historic walls of our brewery, hides modern technology which relies on a current scientific brewing process. This innovative strength and nearly a thousand years of brewing experience creates premium beers of the highest quality.

Weihenstephan – the taste of tradition!" (source: Link)  

We are proud to serve the best beer Germany has to offer!


Weihenstephan Hefe Weissbier


"Our golden-yellow wheat beer, with its fine-poured white foam, smells of cloves and impresses consumers with its refreshing banana flavour. It is full bodied and with a smooth yeast taste. To be enjoyed at any time,goes excellently with fish and seafood, with spicy cheese and especially with the traditional Bavarian veal sausage. Brewed according to our centuries-old brewing tradition on the Weihenstephan hill."


Original Premium

"A good beer takes its time. The long storage makes our yellow bright lager, “Original”, a flavourful beer enjoyed with fine poured, white foam. With a mild hoppy note and its pleasant fresh spicy taste, it goes very well with salads, poultry, stews or with a hearty snack. Brewed according to our centuries-old brewing tradition on the Weihenstephan hill."