Wiesn 2022 welcomed us back with open arms. It was our 30th anniversary!!! It was so great to see so many old friends and made many new friends. We had 100 guys from around the USA and Europe and S America. Duke took home the prestigious ROY award and Davey Boy was a great winner of the HAM award. Both guys were up early, out late, and spreading gemutlichkeit. We were featured on ARD TV and BR24 TV channels in Germany.
o3 nights at hotel walking distance to
Oktoberfest grounds 9/21,2,3, including breakfast each day
oReservation on Saturday night in the tent and entrance on Thursday and Friday to the best location in the Hacker Festzelt tent-right next to the band
oVouchers for dinner and beer on
Saturday night plus other beer vouchers
o3 shirts plus other schwag to be enjoyed during
o3 nights VIP service that is not available to the public. The relationships inside the tent with the staff is only available with 30 years worth of relationships. Cannot buy this
o 30 years of experience making sure your entire
Ofest experience is simple, easy ,fun
·What other costs am I likely to incur?
oFlights generally cost around $1500 roundtrip to
Munich. You make these on your own oFood and beer and incidentals about $100-$150/day which you pay on your own -Lederhosen are mandatory. They generally cost around $125-$150 + and can be found online in many locations.
When should I plan to arrive?
oIt is recommended that you arrive as early as
possible on Thursday 9/24 or the day before to help with jetlag. But you will need to make your own hotel reservation if you plan to arrive early.
·When should I plan to depart MUC?
oAfter noon on 9/24. Early flights are not
recommended. You will need sleep
·If I am making a longer European trip out of
this, should I go to Europe before Ofest or after?
oWe recommend that you arrive into Europe PRIOR
to Ofest so that you can get over your jetlag while enjoying London, Paris,
Amsterdam, Rome or anywhere else you desire
·What is a typical day at Oktoberfest
oThe main group will be inside the Hacker Pschorr
Festzelt tent all day from 10am-10:30pm. Food is available inside the tent and it is really good. You can also walk around the Oktoberfest grounds (like the county/state fairgrounds) and pick up food. We will get pizza or doner kebabs at the end of each night. It is just across the street from the tents and next door to our hotel. Saturday we have reservations beginning at 6pm so you can sleep in
oThere are huge carnival rides, games, food, and people
watching to allow you to take a break when needed throughout the day. Because you are with our group, wearing our shirts you will be able to get in and out of the tent throughout the day. Other people can not get back in once they leave the tent.
oTypically we do a Munich bike ride on Saturday morning or some other touristy thing to see a bit of Munich which allows you to tick off the box for "seeing Munich"