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Celebrate Oktoberfest At Sofitel

"Ein Prosit Ein Prosit!" The much awaited German beer festival in the Philippines will be held at the Harbor Garden Tent of the Sofitel Philippine Plaza on October 17 and 18. The 76th Oktoberfest is guaranteed to make you sing and dance all night long as the world famous original Hofbrauhaus Band and Show from the legendary Hofbrauhaus in Munich, Germany performs live.

The event will also be graced by Lissie, an internationally acclaimed female yodeller. This s your chance to experience an authentic Oktoberfest with musicians playing on cow-bells, the traditional folk dance of Bavarian Schuhplattler, the unique sounds of the gigantic Alps Horn and Goablschnalzer- men cracking their whips in tune to Bavarian music.



Through the years, the Sofitel Philippine Plaza has been home to this German beer festival and is delighted to continue the tradition. The German-Filipino community are in for more excitement at this year's Oktoberfest. "Ever since its founding in 1906, the German Club Manila has helped the poor and underprivileged, supported victims of natural calamities and stood by the Filipinos in times of persecution and war. This strong commitment towards the Philippines and its people is being upheld and further intensified to this date by the Club's over five hundred members. As in all our events, a considerable part of the proceeds of the Oktoberfest will go to our charity projects." says Per-Andre Hoffman, German Club Manila President.

In line with this much-awaited annual festival, the Master Chefs of the Sofitel Philippine Plaza hotel will be preparing a mouthwatering spread of Bavarian goodies such as roasted pork knuckles, laugen rolls, grilled German sausages and pastries. Of course, there is the overflowing ng San Miguel beer for all.

Tickets is pegged at Php 3,300 (non-members rate) and Php 3,200 (members rate). Discount applies for large groups of 20-40 pax. For more details, you may call (632) 8326988 or (632) 5515555 for ticket reservation. You may also get in touch with German Club Manila at (632) 8184236.



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