Held in New Braunfels for the last 58 years, Wurstfest is a 10-day festival honoring German sausage and beer. Thousands of people from all across the state travel to attend this big party.
Tickets are $15, but on certain days, admission is free for everyone.
There are many different food and drink booths set up with a variety of unique foods, including sausage on a stick. Live music is played throughout the day with cover bands, as well as German folk singers and dancers. The festival is very family-friendly and is open to people of all ages. A section of the event is dedicated to shopping and divulging into German culture. Visit the wurstfest website for more information about the event and the schedule.
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