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How to celebrate OKTOBERFEST

‘Tis the season for obnoxiously large steins of beer, oompa bands and pretzels. Oktoberfest is always raucous fun; here’s where to celebrate.

Tramtober Fest

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When: 1st & 2nd October

Where: Tram and Social, Tooting, SW17 9NA

Tram and Social are taking over your whole weekend, and you’ll be absolutely fine with that. On the Saturday join them for a full 12 hours from 2pm for steins, food and an after party with a DJ from 9pm. Take it a little easier on the 2nd with the family day from 1pm. Face painting and kid friendly activities… and beer too, duh.

Oktoberfest South West

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When: 1st October

Where: Electric Brixton, SW2 1RJ

Join 5000 other revellers for this day-to-evening party at Electric. There will be wieners circulating to keep you dancing to the live music by The German Jukebox, and an atmosphere like no other too.

The Fulham Oktoberfest

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When: 30th September & 1st October

Where: Neverland, Fulham, SW6 2TY

Neverland know what makes a party, and in this case they’re bringing the party Bavarian style. What does this mean? Bratwurst, dirndls… and lederhosen. Lots and lots of lederhosen.

The Regent’s Oktoberfest

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When: 30th September & 1st October… but also until the 9th

Where: The Regent, Balham, SW12 8JB

Ok listen, there is a lot going on at The Regent. 7 German beers on tap, all of the wursts to nibble on, a brass band and a bratwurst eating comp. This weekend sees the main events happening, but there’s fun things happening until the 9th. We’ve laid out all the details for you here.

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