Going Out | Oktoberfest Bristol 2019

BPL435 10 October 2019

It’s time to grab your lederhosen!

Autumn is here and that can mean only one thing – Oktoberfest Bristol 2019! This year events are taking place all over the city, meaning that there’s absolutely no excuse not to celebrate.

On Thursday 10 October, The Attic Bar is bringing Bavaria to Bristol for some serious sing-a-long stein-clinking madness! Head down for loads of free fancy dress, free drinks when the klaxon sounds, a DJ playing the best tunes and plenty of other surprises too! 

From Thursday 10–Saturday 12 October, Stokes Croft Beer Garden will be celebrating with a three-day Bavarian extravaganza of delicious food, drink and entertainment. On Saturday the full festive experience will begin at 2pm, featuring a live band, food stalls and games all day long. Tickets cost £5, and you will receive a welcome stein on arrival too!

On Friday 11 and Saturday 12 October, Brunel’s Old Station will be transformed into a Bavarian Wunderland for two nights and one afternoon only. Expect an authentic taste of German culture, a dash of tongue-in-cheek German stereotyping and general all round debauchery.

BPL435 10 October 2019

To stop you from going hungry, a range of tasty German delights will be available to buy, including a selection of traditional German sausages, bratwurst, pretzels and more, and of course you can expect to enjoy plenty of fine German draught beer, all served in the famous one-litre steins. For those that fancy something a little bit different, cider, wine and shots are also available too.

In terms of entertainment, get ready to dance along to the world-famous Bavarian Strollers, who are set to play plenty of Bavarian classics and of course their own unique brand of Um Pop.

Tickets to Oktoberfest 2019 at The Passenger Shed are available from £10. All tickets are seated and include table service, and VIP tickets include front of house seats, queue jump, a complimentary shot and free food.

To book your tickets, visit: www.oktoberfestbristol.co.uk

Keri Beckingham

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