Today, Kitchener Waterloo Oktoberfest, which includes Canada's most famous Thanksgiving Parade, is held nine days a year, but first, let me make something clear: Thanksgiving in Canada occurs on the second Monday in October every year. 

Kitchener Waterloo Oktoberfest begins the Friday before Thanksgiving in Canada and ends the Saturday after. You can also get information about top oktoberfest waterloo through various online sites.

Oktoberfest fun in Kitchener

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Unlike the Oktoberfest which takes place in a central location, the Oktoberfest Kitchener-Waterloo takes place in many places in the city. 

Kitchener Welcome Square is the official centerpiece of the Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest and is located in the center of Kitchener Town Hall.

The remainder of the Kitchener Waterloo Oktoberfest is spread across 17 festival halls and over 40 cultural events across the city. Each festival hall offers visitors a unique experience, but all offer food and beer (and maybe other non-beer stuff, but why should you?), traditional music and dancing, and are run by local German clubs. Here's a map where you can find and collect them all!

The cost of attending the Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest depends on when you want to attend and which festival you want to drink, you need to check this ticketing page for these details or the Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest comes and goes before I finish introducing all the options.

Every year an average of 700,000 visitors come to the Kitchener-Waterloo-Oktoberfest to celebrate beer, German culture and apparently to say thank you.