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Oktoberfest in North Haven at Twelve Percent Beer Project Brewery
October 1 - October 3
The Twelve Percent Beer Project Presents: Oktoberfest in North Haven on Friday, October 1st through Sunday, October 3rd, 2021 as we host the world-famous Oktoberfest celebration right here at the Twelve Percent Beer Project Brewery in North Haven, CT!
The day will be filled with live music, games, pretzels, sausages, dancing and plenty of delicious BEER!
Tickets: $25 includes entry to the daily celebration, your first beer and a commemorative stein. The stein will be yours to keep and continue to use throughout the day! Weekend passes are available!
Event is 21+ with valid ID. Please drink responsibly
TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW!
Live performances by HSV Bavaria Dance Groups
The Beer Hall Boys Live: Formerly known as The East-Side Groove, Daigle’s Beer Hall Boys will get your feet movin’. They specialize in modern Polish and German polkas. You may even hear some classic rock, latin, country and more!
David Goclowski Solo Accordion: David had a love for the accordion at the early age of three when his older brother would be practicing the accordion. He would attempt to play a toy accordion given to him by his father. David began formal lessons at the age of six, and almost immediately he was playing for local groups such as the 4H Club and represented that club at the Eastern States Exposition for 7 years. Other venues included local Convalescent /VA Hospitals, Church, and other non-profit organizations.
Today David performs mostly solo, and enjoys bringing various styles of music to his audiences young and old alike… performers such as Billy Joel, George Benson, Nat King Cole, Bobby Vinton, Frank Sinatra, Elvis, Dean Martin, Bobby Darin, and Sammy Davis Jr… Big Band Sounds of Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Duke Ellington that make you want to clap, sing, dance, or tap your toes to the “American Song Book Favorites “with his Roland Digital Accordion which provides a live full band sound without the use of pre-recorded tracks.
Acoustic Marshpit: Emerging up from murky depths of pure rock stardom, Acoustic Marshpit is an electrifying act playing a vast variety of covers (and originals). Benn, Rich, Jay and sometimes Jer take the stage to continue the mission originally set forward by the local but legendary modern rock & roll band OLD MARSH.
The Meriden Turner Society: The Meriden Turner Society, founded in 1866 and located in Meriden, CT, is a German American Organization dedicated to the promotion and preservation of German Culture and Traditions through Gemütlichkeit, Traditional Song, Schuhplattler Dance and good food. Check out their tent for an array of authentic Schnitzel, Bratwurst with Sauerkraut, Ribbon Fries and more!
Hop Häus Food Truck: The hop Haus Food Truck is excited to bring a unique and modern approach to some classic German faire! Smoked Venison Potato Pancakes, Apple Braised Pork Shanks, Rumkugeln, and Jumbo Pretzels w/ Beer Cheese Dipping Sauce!
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