oktoberfest manchester 2014

Oktoberfest returns to Albert Square this October for a thigh slapping selection of steins, sausages and one rollicksome German inspired romp in the city.

Transforming Manchester in a rowdy slice of Munich life this October 22-26th, Oktoberfest returns to the city with their Bavarian brews in tow. Boasting the capacity for up to 1600 people, Oktoberfest will be cramming in Lederhosen lavished babes, seriously sizeable steins and traditional German chow for a truly unique, and upmost authentic, festival in the city. 

With live music, table top dancing and garish German fancy dress a must, this all out shindig will bring together Manchester's beer loving denizens for a true taste of hearty hops. With specially brewed Bavarian beer being showcased at the event (all 25,000 litres of the stuff), and pop-up stall serving more Bratwurst than a German Christmas market, Oktoberfest is sure to be damn delicious. Tickets come in at everything from £5 on Thursday, Friday and Sunday, to £34 for VIP packages.