Tickets are on sale now for this 21-and-over celebration, featuring music, games, traditional German food and beer.


OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Don your lederhosen or dirndl, and don’t forget your boots, for the return of OktoberWest, bringing music, dancing, food and beer for visitors 21-and-over to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum on October 28, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.


The OktoberWest celebration will be held rain or shine, with live musical entertainment from AlpenMusikanten. Activities include competition lawn games – such as cornhole and jumbo Jenga – dancing and a costume contest. Wear your best lederhosen or dirndl for a chance to win a prize.


Admission is $25 dollars per person. A variety of beer, wine and spirits, as well as traditional German food will be available all night to those who purchase food and drink tickets at the event. Admission tickets must be purchased in advance at, or by calling (405) 839-7794. Reservations requested by October 21.


“Last year’s OktoberWest was a hit,” said John Cresap, Associate Board chair at The Cowboy. “This event is all about supporting the education programs at our beloved National Cowboy Museum and we’re thrilled to bring it back for a second time. It’s an opportunity to support a great cause and have a lot of fun doing it.”


Sponsorship packages of various levels are available for individual donors, business and large groups. Sponsorships packages include VIP tickets, food, beer and mention in event collateral. Proceeds from the event support the Museum’s education programs.


For more event or sponsorship information, visit

Prost! sponsors include Cresap Family Foundation, Servus! and Don and Alice Dahlgren