DAVENPORT, IOWA (October 13, 2022) — Join us at the Hauberg Estate in Rock Island on Saturday, October 22, 2022, 12-9PM, for the Second Annual Oktoberfest Quad Cities! Kids activities offered starting at 12PM and various games like keg-bowling and pretzel-toss offered throughout the day. Ceremonial keg tapping at 4PM. Live music with Die Musikmeisters 4:30-8:30PM. Food, beer, and souvenir mugs will be available for purchase.

Wear your best Oktoberfest finery for a chance to be crowned King and Queen of Oktoberfest QC! Admission is free from 12-4PM, and after 4PM is ticketed entry. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Kids 12 and under are free!

Presale tickets are available on Eventbrite until 11:59PM on October 21.

This event is sponsored by Crawford Company and Cool Beanz Coffee House.

About The German American Heritage Center and Museum

The GAHC&M is a private, non-profit organization whose mission is to "preserve and enrich the present and future generation's knowledge of the German immigrant experience and its impact on the American culture." You can learn more about the GAHC on our website: gahc.org.

About The Hauberg Estate

The Friends of Hauberg Civic Center Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organized for charitable and educational purposes to oversee the preservation and sustainability of the Hauberg Estate, Mansion, and Gardens.

Their Mission is to "inspire a love of history and culture through the extraordinary Mansion and Gardens of the Hauberg Estate, to strengthen community bonds."


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