The Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Visitor’s Center is hosting the inaugural Moscowberfest celebration on Saturday, October 2nd from 4 to 8 p.m.
This is the first time the chamber has hosted this event on Main Street. It will feature food, beer, and wine from local vendors and festive live music sponsored by Moscow Alehouse.
Moscowberfest is themed after Oktoberfest, a Bavarian tradition that dates back to the year 1810. Though Oktoberfest originated as a wedding celebration, it has since evolved into the world’s largest annual fun-fair and agricultural celebration, with an emphasis on one of Germany’s most famous agricultural products – beer.
The City of Moscow also got its start in the 1800s and since its incorporation in 1887, has made a name for itself as a regional hub for agriculture, art, and commerce. Moscowberfest is an opportunity to celebrate the local culture in the Palouse region and Moscow’s new entertainment district.
The event is open to all ages and is free to attend. A commemorative mug + 3 drink tickets can be purchased for $25 at the gate during the event, or online in advance at this link.
Additional drink tickets can be purchased at the event for $2/each and food tickets are priced at $10/each.