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2nd
OCT

Last weekend of Oktoberfest Beer Festival FUN in Munich, Germany

Posted by admin under Germany web cams, Live Wiesn Beer Fest web cams, Oktoberfest German Beer tents info

Not long now till the world’s most popular outdoor Fair, the Oktoberfest 2009 Beer Festival comes to a close in Munich, Bavaria. This Sunday, 4th October 2009 is the last day of the 16 day 2009 Oktoberfest Beer Fest.

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Over 7 million German beer drinkers, young and old, male and female, have been enjoying the party atmosphere inside the Wiesn beer tents that make Oktoberfest in Munich such a world famous event. Making the 2009 Oktoberfest one of the most visited in the 176th year of the Octoberfest Beer Festival.

Before the 2009 Oktoberfest Beer Festival closes for another year in Munich, make sure that you catch the beer drinking pary atmosphere inside some of the 14 massive German Brewery beet tents by viewing the live Oktoberfest Beer tent web cams - HERE

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Watch thousands of Oktoberfest beer drinkers party and enjoy taking part in the world’s largest Beer Fest by viewing live Oktoberfest web cams in Munich - HERE


Only another year to go before the 2010 Oktoberfest Beer Festival in Munich, Germany.  Let’s hope many of the 7 million people that enjoyed the 2009 Oktoberfest will have sobered up in time for the 2010 Oktoberfest.

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21st
SEP

Oktoberfest Beer Tents info for the Wiesn Beer Fest in Munich, Bavaria, Germany

Posted by admin under Live Wiesn Beer Fest web cams, Oktoberfest German Beer tents info, Uncategorized

The world’s largest outdoor Fair, Oktoberfest has now started in Munich, Germany.  The Wiesn Beer Festival, also known as Oktoberfest features 14 massive German Brewery tents as the main backdrop to the Wiesn Beer Fest.

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Over the 16 day Oktoberfest Beer festival in the heart of Munich an estimated 7 million Oktoberfrest beer drinkers are expected to party at the Wiesn Beer Fest in 2009

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To view live Oktoberfest Beer Tent webcams - Visit the best Wiesn beer tent cams in Munich – HERE


There are currently fourteen main Beer tents at the Oktoberfest Beer Fest in Munich, Bavaria. The Beer tents themselves are non-permanent structures which are constructed for and only used during the festival at the 42 hectare Theresienwiese location in the south west area of Munich

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Hippodrom — One of the smaller Oktoberfest beer tents, it’s the first tent that many Oktoberfest visitors see at the beer fest. As well as serving normal Wiesn beer, it has a Sekt (sparkling wine) bar and Mafl of Weißbier. Considered one of the trendiest Wiesn beer tents, and attracts the occasional celebrity.  The Hippodrom Beer tent holds approx 4,200 Oktoberfest visitors inside and outside it’s Wiesn beer tent

Armbrustschützenzelt Beer tent — Translates as the “Crossbow Shooters Tent”, a competition that has been a part of the Oktoberfest since 1895.  The popular Armbrustschützenzelt Wiesn Beer tent holds approx 7,500 Oktoberfest beer drinkers inside and outside of its beer tent.

Hofbräu-Festzelt Wiesn Beer tent — The counterpart to the famous Hofbräuhaus, this Oktoberfest beer tent is especially popular with Americans visiting the Oktoberfest Beer fest, as well as with Australians and New Zealanders Beer fest visitors   The Hofbräu-Festzelt Wiesn Beer tent holds approx 10,200 Oktoberfest beer drinkers inside and outside it’s beer tent

Hacker-Festzelt Beer tent — One of the largest Oktoberfest tents on the Wiesn, they have a rock band that plays from 5:30 each evening (as opposed to the traditional brass band). This Wiesn tent is also known as “Himmel der Bayern” (Heaven of Bavaria)   The Hacker-Festzelt Beer tent has a seating capacity for 9,300 Oktoberfest beer drinkers

Schottenhamel Wiesn beer tent — Reckoned to be the most important Beer drinking tent at the Oktoberfest, mainly because it is where it starts. On the first Saturday of the Oktoberfest event, no beer is allowed to be served until the mayor of Munich (currently taps the first keg, at 12pm. Only then can the other tents begin to serve beer. Very popular amongst younger people.  Schottenhamel Wiesn beer tent has a indoor and outdoor seating capacity for 10,000 Oktoberfest visitor.

Winzerer Fähndl Beer tent — This Oktoberfest tent is noted for its huge tower, with a Maß of Paulaner beer sitting atop it.   The Winzerer Fähndl Beer tent has a seating capacity for 11,000 Beer drinkers at Oktoberfest

Schützen-Festhalle Wiesn beer tent — This is a mid-sized Oktoberfest tent. Situated under the Bavaria statue, the current Wiesn beer tent was newly built in 2004.  The Schützen-Festhalle Wiesn beer tent has a seating capacity for 4,200 indoor beer drinking visitors at Oktoberfest

Käfers Wiesen Schänke Wiesn Beer tent — The smallest Beer tent at the Oktoberfest, it is frequented by celebrities, and is known for its especially good Munich food. In contrast to the other Oktoberfest tents (which must close by 11pm), it is open until 0:30am, but it can be very difficult to get in.  The Käfers Wiesen Schänke Wiesn Beer tent has a seating capacity for only 2,900 Oktoberfest beer drinkers

Weinzelt Wiesn Beer tent — This Oktoberfest tent offers a selection of more than 15 wines, as well as Weißbier German lager beer.  The Weinzelt Wiesn Beer tent has an indoor and outdoor seating capacity for 1,900 Oktoberfest beer lovers

Löwenbräu-Festhalle Oktober Fest Beer tent — Above the entrance is a 4.50 meter (15 foot) lion who occasionally drinks from his beer tankard. This is overshadowed by another tower where another drinking lion sits.   The Löwenbräu-Festhalle Oktober Fest Beer tent has an indoor and outdoor seating capacity for 8,500 German beer drinkers at Oktoberfest

Bräurosl Oktoberfest Beer tent (Hacker-Pschorr) — Named after the daughter of the original brewery owner (Pschorr), this Wiesn tent has the usual brass band and even a German yodeler.  The Bräurosl Oktoberfest Beer tent has an indoor and outdoor seating area for 8,200 Wiesn German beer drinkers

Augustiner-Festhalle Oktoberfest Beer tent — Considered by many locals to be the best Wiesn tent, due to the fact it sells the favourite local bre, Augustiner, from individually tapped wooden kegs rather than stainless steel vats used by the other tents.   The Augustiner-Festhalle Oktoberfest Beer tent has a seating capacity for 8,500 Beer drinkers, indoors and outdoors

Ochsenbraterei Wiesn beer tent — True to its name, this Oktoberfest beer tent offers a great variety of Ox dishes to soak up the German beer.   The Ochsenbraterei Wiesn beer tent has an indoor and outdoor seating capacity of 7,400 for Oktoberfest Beer drinking visitors

Fischer Vroni Wiesn beer tent — Another of the smaller Oktoberfest beer tents. Fisch is the German word for Fish and this Wiesn Beer tent carries a huge selection of fresh fish in its menus.   The Fischer Vroni Wiesn beer tent holds 3,395 Beer drinkers inside and outside of it’s popular German Beer tent