Under 21 is $12 and includes entertainment, activities and non-alcoholic beverages.Delicious German food and desserts will be available for purchase. You can enjoy an oompah band from Philadelphia, a craft beer tasting and educational session with beer expert Gary Monterosso, activities for children, and just a really great time together.A limited number of tickets will be available at the door, so reserve your tickets today. Deadline is Wednesday, Sept. 22.Munich's Oktoberfest began life as a wedding for the Bavarian crown prince Ludwig to princess Therese from Saxony-Hildburghausen (hence the name of the Theresienwiese) on October 12, 1810 and attended by the local community.
Early ticket sales are best and can be obtained by contacting Diane Reese at Woodland Country Day School at (856) 453-8499. Mail checks to WCDS, Attn: Diane Reese, 1216 Roadstown Road, Bridgeton, NJ 08302.it starts third Saturday in September and only after a tradional ceremony: The ‘Wies’n’ publicans, set off at 11am on their colourfully decorated floats pulled by horses, make their way along Schwanthaler Strasse towards the Theresienwiese.The first barrel of beer is personally tapped by the Lord Mayor at 12 noon and on Sunday, starting at 10am, groups in traditional garb from all over Europe march to the Theresienwiese.