What is included in the Ticket


Original bavarian beer

Traditional bavarian specialties

Official Oktoberfest music band

Bonuses from partners of the event

New contacts with representaives of the german-russian business community

Professional photos after the event

Immersion in the atmospehere of a Bavarian holiday

ul. Rochdelskaya 15, Building 24



Can you guess, who is the founder of the Oktoberfest tradition? A king? A minister? In fact, he was just an ordinary Unteroffizier of the Bayern National Guard who set up the Oktoberfest tradition. Being also a highly creative individual, he also suggested that high-class horse race should be organized in honor of the wedding of Ludwig of Bavaria and Therese of Sachsen-Hildburghausen. Today Oktoberfest is the biggest folk festival in the world which attracts around 6 Million people annually. People from all over the world now attend the event – even counties as far as the U.S, Japan, Australia. The festival has become so popular that people celebrate it not only in Germany, but also in other countries. The Russian-German Chamber for Trade as a carrier of traditions has been holding Oktoberfest in Moscow simultaneously with the beer fest in Munich for several years in a raw. That’s why it is a fantastic opportunity to celebrate Oktoberfest for those who fail to be in Germany at this period of time for some reason.

First Oktoberfest

It all started on October 17, 1810: in honor of the newly wedded couple who were married on October 12, high-class horse race took place for the first time and was a launch for Oktoberfest. Moreover, the celebration took place on the meadow of Therese, situated on the outskirts of Munich, and was duly named in honor that year.

The event was a great success. The following year everyone was sure: the show must be a part of local tradition. The Agricultural Association of Bayern took the lead and became the main organizer of the festival that year, benefiting from it through promoting and selling its agricultural products. 1813 was the first year without Oktoberfest due to the Napoleonic wars.

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Dirndl bow

Probably the most important question when putting your dirndl dress on: Where should you tie the bow of your apron?

How can the boys and gentlemen at the Oktoberfrest know a lady is willing to flirt or just want to remain on her own with a glass of beer?

Is the beautiful lady single or are you in for some trouble if you approach her?

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