Win tickets to Oktoberfest Bristol

PUBLISHED: 20:00 27 September 2017

The last Oktoberfest Bristol was held in 2014. Picture: Ross Silcocks

The last Oktoberfest Bristol was held in 2014. Picture: Ross Silcocks

Ross Silcocks

The world famous Oktoberfest is coming back to Bristol for two nights only.

The last Oktoberfest Bristol was held in 2014. Picture: Ross SilcocksThe last Oktoberfest Bristol was held in 2014. Picture: Ross Silcocks

The Passenger Shed in Bristol will be transformed in a Bavarian Wonderland, offering a taste of authentic German culture.

There will be a huge variety of delicious German cuisine on sale to enjoy including bratwurst, pretzels and more.

The last Oktoberfest Bristol was held in 2014. Picture: Ross SilcocksThe last Oktoberfest Bristol was held in 2014. Picture: Ross Silcocks

The festival organisers will be serving up steins of fine draft German beer throughout the weekend.

But if you are not a beer drinker then sit back and enjoy a glass of cider, wine or a shot.

Once you have had a bite to eat and drank some liquid courage, it is time to hit the dance floor in your lederhosens and dirndls.

The famous Bavarian Oompah Boys will headline the festival with a mix of classics as well as their own unique Oom-Pop.

The last Oktoberfest Bristol was held in 2014. Picture: Ross SilcocksThe last Oktoberfest Bristol was held in 2014. Picture: Ross Silcocks

Following the cancellation of the Weston’s Oktoberfest – which was run by a different company – the Bristol festival organisers would like to offer anyone who had already purchased tickets to the Weston event a 15 per cent discount.

To claim your discount, send your original booking email or cancellation email to info@oktoberfestbristol.co.uk

The last Oktoberfest Bristol was held in 2014. Picture: Ross SilcocksThe last Oktoberfest Bristol was held in 2014. Picture: Ross Silcocks

Oktoberfest Bristol will be at The Passenger Shed, in Brunel’s Old Station in Station Approach, from October 6-7.

There will be three sittings over the weekend. One on October 6 from 5-11pm and two on October 7 from noon until 5pm and 6-11pm.

The last Oktoberfest Bristol was held in 2014. Picture: Ross SilcocksThe last Oktoberfest Bristol was held in 2014. Picture: Ross Silcocks

Tickets, priced £20-380, are available from www.oktoberfestbristol.co.uk

The Mercury has teamed up with Oktoberfest Bristol to offer 10 lucky readers a pair of tickets to the afternoon session, which runs from noon to 5pm on October 7.

The last Oktoberfest Bristol was held in 2014. Picture: Ross SilcocksThe last Oktoberfest Bristol was held in 2014. Picture: Ross Silcocks

This competition will close at 2pm on October 3.

Usual Archant rules apply. By entering this competition you are agreeing to be contacted by the festival organisers.

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