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Wurstfest, October 30-November 8, 2009, New Braunfels, Texas
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During the 10-day festival, you’ll find a variety of entertainment, food and fun on the Wurstfest Grounds in Landa Park and many special events throughout New Braunfels and Comal County. The following information is provided to help answer the many questions our visitors have. Additional information can be obtained from the Wurstfest Association, Post Office Box 310309, New Braunfels, Texas 78131-0309. Call 830/625-9167, or toll free 1-800-221-4369 from anywhere in the United States. Visit our website at

HOURS and SCHEDULE: Wurstfest opens on weekdays at 5 pm, and Saturdays and Sundays at 11 am. Wurstfest closes at 12 Midnight on Thursday and Fridays, 10 pm Sunday through Wednesday, and 1 am on Saturdays and at 10 pm on the last Sunday.

ADMISSIONS: Festival admission is $8.00 ($6.00 if purchased by Thursday, October 29) and includes access to all entertainment areas including the Wursthalle. Children 12 and under are admitted free. For group rate information and special day discounts, call 830/625-9167 or 1-800-221-4369. Admission is for the entire day. If you wish to leave the grounds and return later that same day, please be sure to have your hand stamped at the gate.

FOOD and DRINK: Food and drinks are sold throughout the grounds. Visitors are prohibited from bringing food and beverages onto the grounds. This includes, but is not limited to beer, wine and distilled spirits.

SEATING: Seating is provided in all entertainment areas. Patrons may not bring personal seating (such as bag chairs) onto the festival grounds.

PROPER ATTIRE: Shirts and shoes are required attire for festival patrons.

RAIN: Wurstfest continues rain or shine, and no rain dates are scheduled.

PARKING: Parking in the area adjacent to the festival grounds is limited. A shuttle service may be available from local hotel, motel and resort facilities, as well as from some of the major attractions.

HANDICAP FACILITIES: Grounds are handicap accessible. Handicap parking is available in both the Knights of Columbus and Lions Club parking lots located on Landa Street across from Wurstfest Gate #1 and inside Landa Park on Elizabeth Street across from Gate #3.

PETS and SERVICE ANIMALS: No pets other than service animals are allowed on the Wurstfest Grounds.

FIRST AID: Emergency Medical Technicians are on duty on the festival grounds at all times. The First Aid Station is located on the south side of Das Grosse Zelt (The Big Tent). Check the map for the exact location.

LOST PEOPLE: A lost people post is located at the Information Booth. Members of the Wurstfest Association are on duty to provide assistance.

ATM $$$: An automatic teller machine is also located on the south side of Das Grosse Zelt (The Big Tent). The machine accepts Visa, Master Card, Diners Club, Discover, American Express and all other Pulse cards.

Space is available for private or corporate parties.

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