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An overview of the Oktoberfest tents

Friendliness, family & tradition
Wies’n visitors are delighted: Oktoberfest beer from traditional wood barrels! Families with children are very welcome in the Augustiner-Festhalle tent.

Armbrustschützenzelt (Crossbow Shooters Tent)

Tasty treats & German championships
Since 1895, the German Crossbow Championships have been taking place here during the Oktoberfest. The tradition-steeped Armbrustschützenzelt has been created in the style of an enormous alpine house. The individual boxes are signposted with the names of native animals such as the Chamois Box and the Wild Boar Box.


Friendliness, family & tradition
Wies’n visitors are delighted: Oktoberfest beer from traditional wood barrels! Families with children are very welcome in the Augustiner-Festhalle tent.

Pschorrbräu-Festhalle / Bräurosl tent

Time to go to the Bräurosl!
Straight in front of the main entrance, there are two maypoles towering 20 meters up into the sky, making it child’s play to find the Bräurosl. This tent is named after the daughter of the former Pschorr innkeeper and brewery owner – the beautiful Bräurosl!


Fish dishes, stork’s nest & rustic coziness
Here you will find numerous fish dishes, as well as the typical Wies’n treats such as chicken, pretzels, etc. The tent is very easy to recognize thanks to its well-known feature: a stork’s nest on the gable of the roof. It is not quite so loud in the Fischer-Vroni tent as in the large beer tents. In addition, it impresses guests with its rustic and pleasant atmosphere.


Starry skies, enormous fun & tradition
Welcome to the heavens of Bavaria! The tent is completely blue and white and decorated with a starry sky. Every year, the Hacker-Festzelt becomes Munich’s favorite all over again and also attracts many young Wies’n visitors.


International flair in the heart of Bavaria
At the Oktoberfest, Munich’s world-famous Hofbräuhaus has the second-biggest tent on the Theresienwiese. The Hofbräu-Festzelt is especially popular with visitors from abroad. It has seating for more than 10,000 people including a standing area in front of the music podium.

Käfer Wiesn-Schänke

Fine food, stars & starlets
The Käfer Wiesn-Schänke is reminiscent of a Bavarian farmstead or even a mountain lodge – cozy, rustic & quaint. Many famous Oktoberfest visitors can be seen here year after year. International high society is also part of the regular clientele here.


Towers, lions & great atmosphere
A 4.5-meter roaring lion sits enthroned above the entrance and roars “Löööwenbräu” loudly every minute, attracting a lot of attention. The tent cannot be missed – either visually or acoustically.


Something new on the Theresienwiese
In 2014, the Marstall-Festzelt replaced the Hippodrom on the Theresienwiese. The Able family greets its guests with a mixture of Bavarian coziness and exuberant atmosphere. Culinary treats and “Spaten” and “Franziskaner” beer make the tent a memorable Oktoberfest experience.


Oxen, beer & brass music
This is where a very special treat arrives at the table! Before you even enter the Spatenbräu tent, you will see a huge ox is turning on the spit outside – a real invitation for hungry Oktoberfest guests. All the oxen that are served to guests during the Oktoberfest event are personally selected by the restaurateur at the local Karlshof farm.


O'zapft is: the venue of the traditional beer tapping
The Schottenhamel-Festhalle has been a feature of the Oktoberfest since 1867. This makes it the Wies’n’s oldest and most tradition-steeped tent! Whereas before there was only space for around 50 people, thousands of Wies’n guests can celebrate in this tent today.


A tradition for young & old
The famous Schützen-Festzelt tent is located in front of the Bavaria statue. The newly built tent has been shining in new splendor since 2015 and now offers around 1,000 more seats. The tent features a shooting range at which the Bavarian Sport Shooting Association holds its traditional Oktoberfest shooting competition every year.

Kufflers Weinzelt

Sparkling wine, champagne & more
Wine-lovers get their money’s worth here: best wines, sparkling wine and champagne en masse! The rustic wood paneling is reminiscent of a Frankish vineyard. Instead of beer benches here one finds corner seats, located in separate wooden boxes.

Paulaner Festzelt “Winzerer Fähndl”

Wies‘n beer & giant stein
The giant stein on the tent tower is the unmistakable landmark of the Winzerer Fähndl. There is more to this tent than the freshly tapped Oktoberfest beer from this traditional Munich brewery. Numerous regular guests and celebrities return to this tent every year.