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SnowWiesn

SnowWiesn Oktoberfest ft. The Medicine Company

Sun Sep 4 2022

Join us for the first SnowWiesn Oktoberfest, a German-themed fall festival in the Utah mountains! Named after d'Wiesn, the local nickname for Oktoberfest in Germany referring to the fairgrounds. It features Bavarian food, craft beer and drinks, live music, a local market and fun activities. Takes place each Sunday in September from 11am to 5pm.

Music Line-Up:

  • 11am: Gates open 
  • 12:00 – 2:00pm. – Salzburger Echo
  • 2:30 – 4:30pm – The Medicine Company

If you are not a Premier Season Pass Holder, get your tickets for this week's festivities now! 

Concert Ticket Options & Pricing: 

  • Single-day Concert Ticket: $10
  • Gondola Ticket: $25
  • Summer Gondola Pass: $150
  • Premier Season Pass: Prices can be viewed here

Buy Summer Tickets & Passes

***No outside food or beverage is allowed in the music venue or the lodge. Utah State Law prohibits the possession and consumption of outside alcohol, including beer and wine, on the premise. Bags may be subject to search at the music venue gate, and any outside alcohol or food may be confiscated.

Guests will receive one-time admittance into the venue with no re-entry permitted.  Umbrellas, shade tents and chairs are allowed, but please be courteous to other guests.

Activities:
Masskrugstemmen:
A traditional stein holding competition takes place each Sunday on the concert stage. Compete for a chance to win fun prizes!

Hammerschlagen
Compete with your friends to drive a nail into a large tree stump. Free to participate with a signed waiver.

Cornhole
Join us in the Wildflower Meadow with complementary Cornhole boards are available to play with your friends!

Costume Competition
Come in your best Bavarian themed attire for a chance to show off on the concert stage and compete for fun prizes!

O'zapft Is!
Join us on the plaza at noon as Snowbasin General Manager Davy Ratchford taps the first keg! Following Bavarian tradition in Munich, Germany with the mayor tapping the first keg to officially begin Oktoberfest. It translates to, "it is tapped!".

Food & Drinks:
Bavarian-themed food will be offered, including smoked turkey legs, pretzels, bratwurst, reubens and more. A wide selection of local craft beer, plus a full bar will be available.

2022 Collectible Beer Stein:
22oz refillable beer steins will be available for purchase. Mugs from Summer 2022 can be refilled at any SnowWiesn event in the year 2022 only. 

Mountain Market: 
New this year, Snowbasin is adding local vendors for a market in the Wildflower Meadow. Offerings will include authentic German desserts, hand-crafted jewlery and arts and over 20 other unique offerings. To apply to be a vendor, please click here >> 

Dog Friendly:
Snowbasin Resort is dog friendly! Your furry friends are permitted into SnowWiesn Oktoberfest on leash. They are welcome in any of our outdoor spaces, trails and Needles Gondola. Owners must clean up after their pet.

About the Bands: 
Salzburger Echo
Salzburger Echo brings the Alps to their audiences, playing Old World and contemporary folk music from the alpine regions of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Together since 1992, Salzburger Echo has played at countless venues and many of the largest festivals throughout the United States and Europe. Through each performance, they continue to amaze audiences with their twelve-foot alphorns, Swiss cowbells, and harmony yodeling.

The Medicine Company
In 2019 after a series of failed bands, projects, and relationships, Rock n’ Roll purists Mac Wray, Chandler Seipert, and Bryant Adair met up to try a new. Influenced by the great Rock n’ Roll, Country, and Soul groups of the sixties and seventies the trio forged a volume of songs from the ashes of their pasts. Songs of heartbreak, loss, dissatisfaction, action, revolution and renewed hope. The group began to play around Salt Lake as a three guitar act singing harmonies in the vein of bootlegging, deep-mountain folk music. After auditioning a number of drummers the group finally found the missing link in powerhouse Connor Gerson. Inspired by the likes of John Bonham, Bill Ward, Nick Mason, and Patrick Hallahan, Gerson rounded out the bands energetic sound. Joined by a tag-team of keyboard players Danny Shaw and young William Sangster the band has actively been playing shows all over the western United States.