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Newark Oktoberfest

The Renaissance at Kelham Hall, Main Street, Kelham, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG23 5QX

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Friday 27 October I 7pm arrival

The Renaissance at Kelham Hall

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Entry - £10 per person

Entry + First Stein of Beer (2 Pints)- £20 per person

A £4 refundable deposit is required with the purchase of any beer steins.

Raise Your Steins to a Night of Bavarian Bliss at the Newark Oktoberfest!

Get ready to immerse yourself in the vibrant spirit of Bavaria at Oktoberfest hosted at the magnificent Renaissance at Kelham Hall. Mark your calendars for the 27th of October as we transport you to an enchanting evening of authentic German culture, sumptuous Bavarian cuisine, and of course, the finest entertainment from the authentic Oompah Band.

The oompah band will keep you entertained all evening with a mix of traditional Bavarian music as well as traditional songs with an oompah twist. There will be swaying, clapping, dancing, singing and maybe a spot of yodelling too!

Prepare your taste buds for a journey of flavour as the world-renowned Paulaner takes centre stage. Savour the rich and satisfying taste of these masterfully crafted brews that have been celebrated for centuries. From pretzels as soft as clouds to hearty sausages and more, our Bavarian food selection promises to tantalise your taste buds. Get dressed up in traditional lederhosen and get the perfect photo opportunity with one of our fabulous props.

So, gather your friends, don your finest Bavarian attire if you wish, and come raise your steins to a night of merriment, and the true spirit of Oktoberfest.

T&C's - Sorry but due to the nature of this event, we have a strict over-18’s policy. Seats will be filled starting from the front. That means the earlier you book the better seated you get at the Newark Oktoberfest. Lederhosen optional but encouraged.

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Entry - £10 per person

Entry + First Stein of Beer (2 Pints)- £20 per person

A £4 refundable deposit is required with the purchase of any beer steins.

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