With just four weeks to go till the third Manchester Oktoberfest, the event organisers have revealed the five golden rules for getting the most out of it
“Oktoberfest is much more than just beer”, says festival director Carsten Raun, A selection of typical Oktoberfest food is on offer such as hendl (grilled chicken), schweinebraten (roast pork), brezel (bread), and of course, a lot of wurst (pork sausages). Don’t forget to try bratwurst, the German-specialty pork sausage, pan-roasted and served hot with slightly-pungent yellow mustard and fermented sauerkraut. Try a cold beer from tap with a plate of sizzling bratwurst for the complete Oktoberfest experience.
3Dress to impress
4The early bird catches the best seat
The party tent is limited to 2000 people and tickets for the weekend are selling
fast, so if you want to attend the fabulous party, remember to book tickets
as soon as possible. Tickets are also available at the door if the event is not sold
out beforehand so don’t forget to turn up early to guarantee entry!
You can pay by card at the events but you are advised to bring cash to save you unnecessary hassle and give you more time to enjoy the wunderbar atmosphere.
19-23 October 2016