The Oktoberfest attracts about 6 million visitors annually. The event, which was launched in 1810, celebrates Bavarian history. Officially, the fun got underway on September 22 in Germany. During the event, people typically consume chicken, signature German sausages, wild oxen, and giant pretzels.
Afterward, drinking tents and parades remain open for 2 weeks, with the festival ending on 7th October. In recent years, the conventional German festival has gone international and remains popular in Britain. Here’s a list of Oktoberfest events in the UK.
Finsbury Park and Millwall Park
One of the biggest in London, Oktoberfest in London takes place in these two locations. You’ll certainly enjoy the experience of the German menus and enormous tents. Waitresses and waiters dress in the conventional Dirndl and Lederhosen, so get your fancy dress and get ready to dance to the live music, which will continue into the night.
The huge event takes place in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. It offers more of a festival experience in the iconic white and blue tent where you can enjoy live music along with a Bavarian drink and food menu. Outside the tent, you’ll find a funfair offering a lively atmosphere.
If you wish to enjoy the festival in a relaxed atmosphere, consider this venue, which is ideal if you wish to celebrate in sophistication.
The Oktoberfest event is one to look forward to in the UK and if you don’t know where to start, check out this guide.