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20th September 2012 – 7th October 2012

Price : Free

ADDRESS

Dublin Docklands, Docklands, Dublin 2

CONTACT

press@oktoberfest-dublin.de

WEB

www.oktoberfest-dublin.de

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Oktoberfest 2012

Get set to experience the authentic Oktoberfest festival!

The original Oktoberfest will come from Germany to Dublin, giving Irish people the chance to experience the authentic Oktoberfest festival. A marquee - representative of that in the Oktoberfest in Munich - and German markets, as well as 24 authentic Oktoberfest barmaids will descend on Georges Dock for some German fun, food and entertainment and authentic Bavarian beer.

The traditional German market will feature over thirty German speciality food producers and German traders, who are all travelling to Dublin for the Oktoberfest. Visitors will be introduced to the very best of Bavarian food and specialities from sausages, meat, pastries, Käsespätzle (cheese noodles) to mountain cheese and ginger bread hearts.

Alongside the many surprising foods on offer, visitors will have the opportunity to experience a truly authentic Bavarian style wheat beer. Learn to sing a yodel or dance a polka, as traditional Bavarian musicians, Die Alpen-show, will also play throughout the 18 day event.

For more information: www.dublindocklands.ie 

Oktoberfest 2012

20th September 2012 – 7th October 2012

Price : Free

ADDRESS

Dublin Docklands, Docklands, Dublin 2

CONTACT

press@oktoberfest-dublin.de

WEB

www.oktoberfest-dublin.de

Share

Get set to experience the authentic Oktoberfest festival!

The original Oktoberfest will come from Germany to Dublin, giving Irish people the chance to experience the authentic Oktoberfest festival. A marquee - representative of that in the Oktoberfest in Munich - and German markets, as well as 24 authentic Oktoberfest barmaids will descend on Georges Dock for some German fun, food and entertainment and authentic Bavarian beer.

The traditional German market will feature over thirty German speciality food producers and German traders, who are all travelling to Dublin for the Oktoberfest. Visitors will be introduced to the very best of Bavarian food and specialities from sausages, meat, pastries, Käsespätzle (cheese noodles) to mountain cheese and ginger bread hearts.

Alongside the many surprising foods on offer, visitors will have the opportunity to experience a truly authentic Bavarian style wheat beer. Learn to sing a yodel or dance a polka, as traditional Bavarian musicians, Die Alpen-show, will also play throughout the 18 day event.

For more information: www.dublindocklands.ie 

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