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Happy Hour @ Oktoberfest in Central Park!

  • 21-Sep-2019
  • 1:30 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Rumsey Playfield – Summer Stage -Enter Central Park at East 72nd Street
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Happy Hour @ Oktoberfest in Central Park!

NYC’s largest and most authentic Oktoberfest

This is as close to the real Munich Oktoberfest experience you can get this side of the Atlantic!

·  Quench your thirst with authentic Bavarian brews (Hofbräu, Erdinger), wine and food (Brezln, Wurst, Leberkase, Strudl)

·  Join us for some German Gemütlichkeit

·  Amazing traditional bands keep you entertained.  Featuring Die Schlauberger and Die Donaumusikanten

·  Don’t miss the Masskrug (beer stein) championship sponsored by Hofbräu Bier.   Prost!

The number of tickets for this event is extremely limited.  Register without delay to obtain your ticket and join the fun!  This is a ticketed event by the German-American Steubenparade and usually sells out to the General Public within minutes!

Date:  Sat, Sep 21, 2019

Time:  1:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Location: Rumsey Playfield – Summer Stage -Enter Central Park at East 72nd Street

General Admission: $35.  (Please Pay only by  Zelle app or Cash)

Dress:  Come in your Lederhosen or Dirndl (not a requirement)

Want to celebrate more Oktoberfest traditions or missed out on securing anOktoberfest ticket?  Watch the German-American Steubenparade on Fifth Avenue prior to the Oktoberfest.  It features thousands of marchers in colorful traditional costumes that travel to this parade from the US, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. A truly unique experience. FREE - starts at noon until 1:00 pm. For a VIP experience - watch the parade on Fifth Avenue and E 78th Street from the grandstand to cheer for the marchers; grandstand tickets can be obtained here:  http://germanparadenyc.org/shop/tickets/ 

About Oktoberfest:  A traditional autumn festival that originated in Bavaria; it was held in October to celebrate the Bavarian Crown Prince’s marriage.  However, due to weather concerns always gets celebrated in September.

Zicke zacke zicke zacke hoi hoi hoi.

Oans, zwoa, g’suffa!

(Traditional German drinking songs) 

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