BRAUNHAUS SCHMIDT TO TRANSFORM
23RD STREET ARMORY INTO
PHILADELPHIA’S LARGEST OKTOBERFEST
OCTOBER 7-9 2016
Braunhaus Schmitz will hold the first annual 23rd Street Armory Oktoberfest , turning the Armory into a likeness of Munich for Columbus Day weekend. Ceilings will be draped to replicate tents in Munich. There will be authentic festival benches and tables imported from Germany as well as traditional foods and beer. General admission for all sessions include open seating on traditional Bavarian benches, first Liter of beer glass stein to take home, entertainment by German Hungarian dancers, as well as featured entertainment. One lucky guest will also have the chance to win an all-expenses paid trip to Germany for Oktoberfest 2017. VIP tickets for each session include all of the above plus VIP quick entrance, reserved seating by the band and dance floor, table service and a meat and cheese tray on the table when you arrive. General admission tickets are $45 each and VIP tickets are $65 each. Some VIP tickets are nearly sold out so get them today. For more information and tickets, visit http://brauhausschmitzoktoberfest.com/.
This Octoberfest will be in addition to Braunhaus Schmitz’s 8th Annual South Street Oktoberfest Festival which will be held on Saturday September 17 from 12:00pm to 8:00 pm on the 700 block of South Street. Visitors will feast on bratwurst, bauernwurst, potato salad, sauerkraut and jumbo pretzels and steins of beer. Also included in the festival will be live Oompah music, a Liter Lift Competition, a bounce house and a life size connect four. Advance VIP tickets for South Street are sold out but some VIP tickets will be available on the day of the event by inquiring inside Brauhaus Schmitz. The public is welcome to attend for free for general admission. All food and drink are pay-as-you-go under the Oktoberfest tent.