Hastings Oktoberfest returns in 2021

Hastings Oktoberfest flier

Hastings Oktoberfest has been given the go-ahead for 2021 after last year’s disappointment that saw the popular event cancelled due to Covid-19.

Featuring what organisers call their ‘biggest and best line-up ever,’ the event will run out of Horntye Park on Saturday October 2nd from 2-10pm.

“You can expect authentic German beers and bratwurst (German sausage) and all the usual Oktoberfest themed fun & shenanigans,” say organisers.

The event will will welcome their ‘resident Oompah Band’ DDFK for a fifth time; also present will be Brighton and Hove City Brass, and Eva Von Schnippisch–‘the UK’s ‘number one’ Oktoberfest hostess,’ with more acts to be announced through the year.

Eva Von Schnippisch

“We sincerely hope that Covid restrictions will not be in place,” say organisers, “but should this be necessary, we will adapt and adhere to any regulations.

“Should the event need be cancelled due to the pandemic then we will issue a full refund for any tickets purchased.

“We are issuing tickets directly so you do not have booking fees to pay/lose.”

Standard ticket entry runs at £20; early birds enter for £18.

Ticket registration forms can be found at: www.hastingsoktoberfest.co.uk.

For queries email info@whitelabelbars.co.uk

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