Entrance and seat are £5 on all Thursdays and Sundays and £10 on Fridays and Saturday Afternoons.
1/2 pint of special brewed Bavarian Oktoberfest beer £3
1 Bavarian Bratwurst in bread £6
1 Brezel Snack £2
1 Redbull 3.5
1 Underberg 4
Look under “Tickets” and you will find all our deals. If you are a big group 20+ we can offer a discount without on Saturday, just send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are also some deals with wowcher and groupon but not for Saturday evening.
Students day on Thursday 13th and Sunday 16th October get your ticket with entrance and a big beer (1.5 pint) at £7.5 only.
Yes, you can (subject to availability). Wednesday is free entrance if you like.
You can easy pay with your credit card – we take all kinds. Att the event you can use cash, cards or mobilepay.
An e-ticket will be sent to you shortly after the purchase. You have to present the ticket at the event either by print or on you phone as we scan this one. If you book more later either use the same name or send us the different order ID´s with the comment please seat us together to email@example.com
I you book an e-ticket will be sent to you shortly after the purchase. You have to present the ticket at the event either by print or on you phone as we scan this one.
If you book more later either use the same name or send us the different order ID´s with the comment please seat us together to firstname.lastname@example.org – by both options you will all be seated together.
To be sure you would need to upgrade tickets to the same, if you have a more expensive tickets than your friends you can all sit together in the lower section.
Send us an email to email@example.com
Yes and we nearly are each evening. It would be a good idea to book tickets or show up really early on the day to guarantee entry.
Yes, at the souvenier shop where we sell lederhosen/drindl and you can also rent for the evening and the hire rate is £29/costume.
Yes, at the gift shop
We have great range of merchandise from clothing (dirndl, lederhosen, socks, hat, etc.) to decorations (flag, display truck, etc.) and souvenirs (glass, mustache, wig, glowsticks etc.)
We are in middle of Manchester just at First St. (car park)
13th-15th October – Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 16-23,
16th October – Saturday Afternoon 11:00-16:30 and Saturday Evening 17:30-23:00.
17th October Sunday at 13:00-19:30
In our big marquee which is dresses in blue and white Bavarian colours with long rows of tables and benches you find German music, dancing on the benches, singing along with thousands of revelers and of course wonderful stein´s of Bavarian beer and original German Food!
The minimum age is 18 years. Except for Sunday, children are welcome to enjoy our Sunday lunch and Oktoberfest family experiences.
Children are welcome on Sunday for our Sunday lunch. The other days we have 18+
The fastest is to send us an email. We are here to help you! Info@manchester-oktoberfest.co.uk
Sorry but No, own food and drinks can not be brought to the Oktoberfest. However, you can order from the table if you book Oktoberfest or VIP tickets or buy at the bar/food corner.
Please note all liquids and food is disposed at the search at the entrance.
Unfortunately not. But you can pay by card. We accept all major cards except for American Express at site plus mobile pay – so no worries 🙂
Yes, there is a cloakroom at the reception. We charge a small fee of £2 per item.
Note we take no responsibility, please dont bring any valuables specielly laptops or big bags.
Yes, it can so we advise you to book tickets or show up really early on the day to guarantee entry.
Traditional Oktoberfest delicacies such as Brezel (twisted-knot bread), Bratwurst (German specialty sausage), Schnitzel (deep-fried breaded pork cutlet), Hendl (chicken), Schweinebraten (German style roast pork).
Yes, it is. Please ask our hostesses for more information.
The theme is Tyrolean modern music followed by R&R covers.
Anton aus Tyrol
Cowboy und Indianer (Kom hol das Lasso raus)
Ein Prosit der Gemuetlichkeit
Zikke Zakke, Zikke Zakke hey hey hey
Specially-brewed Oktoberfest beer in Bavaria, Germany, 5% ABV. It is brewed by Bavaria Festbeer Brewery and transported in a gigantic tank.
Yes! There is cider, wine and soft drinks.