Oktoberfest 2013 Celebration In South Florida

Oktoberfest 2013 Celebration In South Florida

Oktoberfest 2013 Celebration In South FloridaOktoberfest 2013 Celebration In South Florida is a bavarian celebration of beer and good times which today is celebrated around the world. It is a celebration for good times with of Beer,Potato Salad, Leberkaese, Sauerkraut, Pretzels and Bratwurst.

The original Oktoberfest actually starts in Germany on September 21st and concludes October 6th.

Every year you can find traditional Oktoberfest celebration and in 2013 it is no difference. Most Oktoberfest 2013 Celebration In South Florida will be held on the second and third weekend of October throughout Broward County, Palm Beach County and Miami Dade County.

 

American German Club

The biggest Oktoberfest 2013 Celebration In South Florida will be held similar to the  “Original “Oktoberfest” under pavilions and massive tent. Original German food can be found throughout the festivities along with traditional folk dancing, choral singing, and sing-along’s. You will found original Folk dancing performances as well vendor & craft booths, Carnival for all ages and a kids’ zone.

The biggest Octoberfest 2013 you will find on the grounds at the  American German Club in Palm Beach.

Admission: Adults $8, Children under 12 with paying Adult admitted Free

Experience a real German Oktoberfest and find all information by clicking the link.

 

Las Olas Oktoberfest

The Las Olas Oktoberfest will be held in Fort Lauderdale in style of the original Munich style with Beer, Food and Music Festival celebrating like in the tradition of  Oktoberfest. This Oktoberfest 2013 Celebration In Fort Lauderdale is on two weekends filled with a Keg taping ceremony, Jodler contest, Bratwurst eating contest, traditional folk dancing, raffle and much more.

The first weekend opening ceremony will start with Keg taping on Friday, Sep. 20th, 2013 at 5PM and followed by weekend celebration. The second weekend Oktoberfest celebration will be held from  September 26 until September 29, 2013

Admission is free.

Click the link to find out more the Las Olas Oktoberfest Celebration 

 

Oakland Park Oktoberfest

The Oakland Park Oktoberfest celebration ist the largest Oktoberfest in Broward County. This celebration is popular and are held over two-days on the weekend of Oktober 04 and Oktober 05, 2013. Here,you can find authentic German food and beer, traditional German entertainment with music and dancing. And as in the original Oktoberfest you find amusement rides and games. The Oktober Park Oktoberfest celebration as well has unforgettable Dachshund races.

The celebration takes place at the Jaco Pastorius Park on Dixie Hwy in Downtown Oakland Park.

Admission is $5

Take a look at the flyer for the Oktobefest Celebration when clicking the link.

 

Lauderdale Oktoberfest

This celebrations are sponsored by best selling German beer – Becks. Becks will roll out for the Oktoberfest celebration their barrels of new and classic draft brews. Selections include Beck’s Pilsner, Beck’s Premier Light, Beck’s Dark, Beck’s Oktoberfest, and Beck’s Sapphire.  Oktoberfest-goers can explore as well the fairgrounds, which showcase electronic music, local cuisine, and seasonal lederhosen.

The Lauderdale Oktoberfest Celebration will start on September 28  12 noon at Huizenga Park.

Admission is $10 and VIP admission is $20

 

You can find Oktoberfest 2013 Celebration In South Florida as they are held similar to the original Oktoberfest in Germany when King Ludwig threw a weekend party to celebrate his wedding. I hope you enjoy our information and take a  look into one of the many Oktoberfest 2013 Celebration In South Florida.

Happy Oktoberfest everyone and I hope you like my culture celebration!

And if you like to work with a German when buying or selling you home just let me know I am here a German in Fort Lauderdale but will be out for Oktoberfest 2013  celebration in Munich. Maybe see you there.




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Annett is a Real Estate Broker at Florida Connects, devoted mother and wife. Annett is a native of Germany and she is using extensive real estate knowledge and strategies, speaking multiple languages and established relations in the global market, as well her “out of the box” thinking has made Annett responsible for exceptional real estate transactions.
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