Oktoberfest is not all about beer and bratwurst, you know.
There’s also live music, with bands coming over from Germany for the occasion, and a huge tent decorated in the traditional colours of blue and white to create that singalong bierkeller vibe. There are also waiters in lederhosen and waitresses in dirndls – who bring you copious and repeated amounts of beer and bratwurst.
You can tailor your night to suit your pocket. Ticket options range from £5-£15 for General Admission, which includes admission and an unreserved seat at the event, to £60-£65 VIP packages which include a reserved seat in front of the band with table service, a glass of German sparkling wine, 2 x 1 Mass (1.5 pint) Bavarian FestBeer, 1 Underberg shot, a welcome Bavarian snack plate and German Schnitzel with Bavarian potato salad.
There will also be an afternoon session on Saturdays from 11am-4.30pm.
Venues are still to be confirmed but watch this space! We’ll let you know as soon as we hear.To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.