Old World Huntington Beach Now Celebrating Its 40th Annual Oktoberfest In Orange County
Posted: Sep 13th, 2017
HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA (September 13, 2017) – Old World Huntington Beach has pulled out all the stops for this year’s 40th Oktoberfest celebration in Orange County. For the next 7 weeks, there will be more Chicken Dancing, more Oom-Pah-Pa music, more Lederhosen, than ever before.
Guests will enjoy authentic German Food (voted "Best Bratwurst" in California), imported German Beers, German Bands straight from Germany, German Dancing, an army of Beautiful Shot Girls, and other festivities, competitions, and more.
Now open, this year’s Oktoberfest will run Wednesday through Sunday through October 29. Wednesdays and Thursdays are FREE and open to all ages (anyone under 21 must be accompanied by parent) from 6:30pm-10:30pm. Fridays and Saturdays are open to anyone 21 and over with valid identification from 6:30 pm to 1:00 am. Admission is $10 on Fridays and $15 on Saturdays. Sunday is KINDERFEST and open to all ages (anyone under 21 must be accompanied by parent) from 2:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Dachshund Races are held every Sunday from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Adults are $7, kids 6-12 are $3 and 5 and under are FREE.
“Josef Bischof, my father, came to this country in 1952 from Germany and dreamed of recreating a piece of his homeland here to share with others,” said Cyndie Kasko, co- owner of Old World Restaurant. “His dream came true in Huntington Beach in 1978, after he and my mom built 50 homes above 50 shops in the traditional Bavarian style and opened to the public. That same year he started the very first Oktoberfest celebration in Orange County.”
Old World Huntington Beach is located at 7561 Center Avenue in Huntington Beach. For public information, please visit www.oldworld.ws
About Old World Huntington Beach Old World Village, Huntington Beach opened in 1978 and is home of the original Oktoberfest in Orange County. Nestled between the 405 freeways and Goldenwest College, hundreds of thousands have enjoyed the pulsating beat of oom-pah-pa bands flown in directly from Germany, the cheers and laughter of the dachshund races, as well as the bizarre but delightful ritual of the “Chicken Dance” for 40 years.
Specializing in German delicacies such as sauerkraut, bratwurst, sauerbraten, potato pancakes, schnitzel and apple strudel delight guests come daily to dine at Old World German Restaurant or shop at Old World’s Euro Market. Old World brings the charm of Munich, Germany to Southern California so everyone can “Eat, Drink, Dance & be Merry” and experience Europe without leaving the OC.”