Halloween Oktoberfest on Sunday 28th October 2018
Erdinger Oktoberfest are putting on a special Halloween night for the closing night of celebrations at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford.
The huge Halloween Oktoberfest party will be held on Sunday 28th October from midday to 11pm in the 3,000 capacity beer hall and will be hosted by Radio 1Xtra’s DJ Charlie Sloth.
The traditional 19th century beer hall will be decked with amazing Halloween decorations all across the 220 bench tables. The huge 16,700 sq ft interior will be decorated to appear like a haunted gothic mansion, all under the traditional Bavarian blue and white striped roof.
There will be a live music stage for entertainment and the beer hall has capacity for 3,000 people and the outdoor space will accommodate another 2,000.
Over 250,000 pints of premium “Erdinger Weissbier” (wheat beer) and smooth lager “Fischers Hell” will be shipped directly from the brewery in Bavaria to guarantee a real Oktoberfest feeling for all Londoner fans. To serve the guests there will be over 40 expert Bavarian waitresses dressed in traditional Dirndl dresses.
DJ Charlie Sloth will be DJ-ing live on stage playing a selection of hip-hop, grime and RandB during the night at the spooky beer hall venue situated on a beautiful area close to the Aquatic Centre and the ArcelorMittal Orbit.
As well as the haunted beer hall there will be a fun fair and an outdoor beer garden with genuine wooden Alpine huts, transported from Germany for the month long event. There will be food stalls selling traditional Bavarian cuisine including Haxn (pork knuckles), Leberkäs (beef/pork loaf), Sauerkraut, and of course the world-famous Bratwurst sausages. Visitors will also have the opportunity to buy souvenirs and traditional Bavarian clothing.
Entry Ticket: GBP 6.0
VIP Ticket - Free Food and Drink All Night: GBP 189.38
Artists / Speakers: DJ Charlie Sloth
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