What I did know was that on the gay Sunday the first Sunday of the festival , there was a great big tent full of lots of gays drinking beer — I mean what could possibly go wrong! For those of us who were disorganised, we apparently had to make it early in the morning in order to queue up and both make it in to the tent as it gets really busy , and also then be able to get one of the unreserved tables before they fill up. How early you ask — we needed to be there for I was staying out near the Arabellapark at the Westin which I luckily managed to grab on points. Therefore using 35, Marriott points for a night was pretty decent value.
Oktoberfest Beer Tent Reservations in Munich for - Bucket List Events
Be prepared for naked skin, homo-tastic competitions, and our fabulous host, Vanity von Glow, who will provide outrageous entertainment for a night to remember. So tighten your harness and gather your friends and lovers. Dust off your Dirndl, leap into your Lederhosen and wear your eleganza extravaganza. Make a divine entrance to the QueerSchenke Gay Oktoberfest! Since then, the gay Oktoberfest has grown and the first Sunday, Rosa Wiesn-Oktoberfest, now attracts over 8, people. Only Munich Pride is bigger!
Gay Sunday at Oktoberfest.
Every year, the cooler, shorter days of September and October usher in a much-welcomed transition for most beer drinkers. The flurry of summer activity dissolves into a drinking season both new and nostalgic: we swap patio draughts for Koozies and tailgates and sip ambers when the weekend arrives. This answer is especially elusive in the craft beer community, but one idea lies 4, miles away in the German state of Bavaria, at the start of the largest international beer-centric event: Oktoberfest. The first Sunday of the two-week long festival is host to the de facto gay party of the event, known in English as Gay Sunday and German as Rosa Wiesn.
Independent arrival to your hotel. Welcome drink at your hotel and accommodation. Rest of the night free for party.