Oktoberfest In The Gardens is being held at Adelaide Showgrounds on Saturday October 15, where you can taste a number of uniquely European beers, ciders, wines and a range of other bevvys!
"Inspired by our love of the traditional Bavarian festival and great beer, Oktoberfest in the Gardens Adelaide features Australia’s largest ever beer hall, authentic German food stalls, roving performers, sideshow alley, silent disco and an eclectic mix of entertainment and competitions across multiple stages throughout the afternoon and evening."
When you buy your ticket, it also includes a commemorative event stein, PLUS a can of German Beer on arrival. TAKE OUR MONEY.
We're giving you the chance to win a double pass to the festival, all you have to do is tell us why you would love to head along!
- Competition Closes on October 8, must be an Adelaide resident to enter -
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