Oktoberfest After Party

The "Wiesnzelt" at Stiglmaierplatz

During Oktoberfest the famous Löwenbräukeller on Stiglmaierplatz in Munich will become an Oktoberfest location The "Wiesnzelt" at Stiglmaierplatz'. In 2018 from September 21st until October the 6th you can party through the night here.

Authentic Oktoberfest atmosphere or DJ sounds - there is something for everybody here. Tickets can already be reserved in advance online.

Exclusive Oktoberfest Kick-off Party

Even before the Oktoberfest officially opens, insiders are celebrating the start of the famous folk festival in the "Wiesnzelt" at Stiglmaierplatz.

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Authentic Oktoberfest Party

On Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays nights the "Wiesnzelt" offers an excllent alternative to the beer tents of the Theresienwiese. Huge party in the Lowenbrau permanant beer hall with big beers, great food and fantastic band to have you dancing on the chairs! Choose between the different tickets and nights available. Get in quick as these great nights often sell out.

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"Wiesnzelt" Clubbing

Anyone who wants to keep partying after the tents at Oktoberfest close can come to the "Wiesnzelt" Clubbing at the "Wiesnzelt" from 10pm every day except Sundays and party there until the sun comes up with DJ sounds in 3 areas.

Ticket Reservation and Oktoberfest After Party Info

Oktoberfest and Rugby 7's
Its the fans in the stands make the Oktoberfest 7s an awesome experience. Dress up, sing, dance, and celebrate life! This is German Rugby Union's biggest date on their sporting calendar, and what better time of the year to hold the event than over OKTOBERFEST. Prost!!

How to Enjoy Munich Oktoberfest ... without Beer
There is a fairly general misconception that Oktoberfest can be pretty lame or fairly boring if you are a non-drinker or don't actually like beer, but seriously, nothing could be further from the truth. Oktoberfest is the world's largest Volkfest (Meaning People's Fair or festival) so it goes without saying that if it's for the people, then it can't just be about drinking right? Well .... that is actually right. The famous German beer festival to end all beer festivals is gargantuan in size, over 40 hectares in fact, and only about half of it is covered in beer halls and beer tents so there is much to do besides guzzling beer.

Munich Oktoberfest - The Veteran and the First Timer
When Mayor Dieter Reiter tapped the first barrel in Munich and passed a stein to the President of the State of Bavaria last weekend he was kicking off something that is seriously BIG. Not only was the size of the beer in his hand extremely large, he was beginning an event that is so enormous in scale that it really must be seen to be believed. Europe's biggest festival - and it's all about beer, or bier as the Germans spell and drink it.