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Raise your glass for the return of the Dayton Art Institute Oktoberfest, taking place September 23–25 on the museum grounds! The longest-running Oktoberfest celebration in southwest Ohio celebrates 51 years of art, cheers and beers in 2022. The DAI Oktoberfest features all the things the community has come to love about the festival, as well as new additions for 2022. The festival includes live music, family activities, delicious food, a Weingarten and, of course, an amazing selection of more than 50 craft and international beers. Preview Party and general admission tickets go on sale in mid-August, buy early and save!

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