Oktoberfest Belfast is back at the King’s Hall Complex

Oktoberfest Belfast returns to the King’s Hall Complex tomorrow! Backed by renowned brewery, Paulaner, this year’s Oktoberfest will be a fantastic event that brings an authentic slice of German festivities to Belfast.

There will be a full range of beers to meet your palate, including Paulaner Oktoberfest Lager which is brewed specifically for the Munich Beer Festival. Food and beer will also be served by staff in Bavarian costumes. As is tradition in Bavaria the beer will be served in 1 litre steins.

Oktoberfest Belfast has been running since 2008 and now welcomes over 10,000 attendees who come together to celebrate everything German. It creates an atmosphere like no other with food, music and competitions. The event will run each Friday and Saturday night for four weekends until the 21st October.

On Thursday 5th October, Oktoberfest will welcome Northern Ireland and Germany fans with a special evening of football fanfare including a large screen showing of the match. Both sets of fans are encouraged to sit together in the bringing together of the cultures, with football shirts permitted. Doors for this special night open at 2pm and will be free for attendees.

This Friday the 29th September will be free for all attendees, with entry for other nights at £4 per person. Attendees dressed in traditional Bavarian costume over the course of the four weeks also get free entry. Table bookings for 8 people and above are available for a discounted rate, to book check out the Oktoberfest Belfast website at www.oktoberfestbelfast.com.