Hold on to your Lederhosen! Oktoberfest in Southern California

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Originally celebrated in early-1800s Bavaria, Germany in honor of the country's royal family. Oktoberfest today is still celebrated world-wide by more than 6 million people taking part in the traditional festivities each year! Grab your lederhosen, tirolerhute (Bavarian hat), and bier stein and dance Oktoberfest away at these Oktoberfest celebrations! Don’t forget to drink responsibly and book a room at Ayres Hotels if you forget your designated driver!   oct 2Anaheim, CA – The Phoenix Club Oktoberfest Join the tradition at one of the largest and most popular Oktoberfest celebrations in the heart of Orange County! The Phoenix Club has been celebrating Oktoberfest in Anaheim for over 50 years! Enjoy traditional German eats and beer, Oom Pah Pah bands every day, plus special guests straight from Bavaria, Guggenbach Buam October 10th – October 26th. Festivities will include: beer drinking and sausage eating contests, free polka lessons, live music, live folk dancers, group dances, Skip the balloon man, $5 pony rides, and a free bounce house for your little Oktoberfesters! The Phoenix Club also offers a Brunch between 10am-2pm on Sunday October 12th, 19th, and 26th. Tickets for brunch includes admission to Oktoberfest and is $13.95 for guests 10 & under and $26.95 for guests 11+. The Phoenix Club encourages guests to dress up in your Deutschland best and bring your own empty beer stein! Please note: your stein will not be filled directly, but you may pour your beer from the cup you are served into your stein. Admission for Adults without a membership are $8, members with cards are $5, and children under the age of 18 are FREE. Parking is also FREE, however, it is impacted. Arrive early for hassle-free parking. The Phoenix Club also recommends carpooling. Every weekend Sep. 19 – Oct. 26 All Ages oct 3 For more info please visit: http://www.thephoenixclub.com/oktoberfest/   Huntington Beach, CA – The Old World Oktoberfest Old World German Restaurant in Huntington Beach has been celebrating Oktoberfest in coastal Orange County for 37 years now! Join the thousands who have enjoyed the authentic Oom-Pah-Pah bands, dancing, and traditional Deutschland food and beer! Along with all the Oktoberfest celebrations, enjoy Old World’s famous Dachsund dog races in their beautiful garden area. Oktoberfest festivities are held every Wednesday and Thursday (FREE admission), Friday and Saturday (21+ only, $20 admission), and Sunday (All Ages, Adults $5, Children $2). Sep. 14 – Nov. 2 Age requirements and ticket pricing varies. For more info check Old World’s FAQ page at: http://www.oldworld.ws/oktoberfest-faq.html   oct1   Pomona, CA – Oktoberfest at Fairplex Home of the LA County Fair, the Pomona Fairplex will be celebrating Bavarian culure with live music, beer, authentic German food, dancing, games, and prizes! The Fairplex will be providing all the German tradition that is synonymous with Oktoberfest. The Rheinlanders are a traditional German Oom-Pah-Pah band that have been performing in the beer halls of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland for the last 100 years. They are sure to get you clapping, singing, and dancing! Oct. 11 – Oct. 26 Fri.-Sun. Friday and Saturday - 21+ only Sunday - All Ages For more info please visit: http://www.oktoberfestatfairplex.com/AboutUs/AboutUs.asp   Torrance, CA - Alpine Village Oktoberfest Home of the oldest and largest Oktoberfest celebration in Southern California, Alpine Village is celebrating Oktoberfest September 12th – October 26th. Traditional Bavarian fun is supplied by Oom Pah Pah party bands, you are sure to be satisfied with traditional German eats, and your thirst will be quenched by delicious German beers brewed by Warsteiner. Alpine Village offers an authentic-yet-modern Oktoberfest for their guests each year! Come join the fun in Torrance, just 10 miles from SoCal’s coastline in Los Angeles! Sep. 12 – Oct. 26 Fri. – Sun. 21+ only For more info please visit: https://events.admitoneproducts.com/calendar.php?event_id=801514
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