MAPPED: The best places to celebrate Oktoberfest 2017 here in the UK

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There are more than enough of places right here in the UK offering up their own Oktoberfest events

Oktoberfest 2017 will officially pliant in Munich this Saturday September 16. 

Beer lovers descend on the beer fete every year to yell Prost!, clink their steins and praise. 

But there’s no need to travel all the way to Germany to enjoy the festive occasion. 

There are loads of places right here in the UK offering up their own Oktoberfest events, which undertaking all the best parts of the real thing. 

Lidl has rounded up the best feasts across the country, to celebrate its new Oktoberfest drinks range. 

Don your lederhosen or dirndl and adapt yourself for pretzels, schnitzel, traditional German music and far too much beer. 

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Oktoberfest 2017: Revel in the UK from London to Manchester, Edinburgh and Brighton

Oktoberfest London: Millwall Woodland, Canary Wharf

28th September – 1st October & 5th October – 8th October

Start at 4pm on September 28, this epic celebration includes two rounds of partying. 

Munich funs will wrap on October 3 but London’s celebrations continue until October 8.

Shared admission is £10, while a beer and pretzel combination costs £20.50. 

Oktoberfest Portsmouth: Terrific Bier Tent, Guildhall Square

6th – 7th October

This two-day exposition will transform Portsmouth with the help of 30,000 litres of beer. 

A 50-metre bier tent drive blast ‘Oompop’ band music, aided by foot stomping, victuals bashing and hearty singing galore. 

Buy tickets from £10.

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Oktoberfest 2017: Celebrate giant beer steins and eat pretzels at these epic celebrations

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Oktoberfest 2017: These are the best places in the UK to celebrate

Oktoberfest Edinburgh: West Princes Avenue Gardens

11th – 15th October

The charming Princes Street Gardens order light up on October 11, brimming with Bavarian culture. 

A superhuman tent will be decorated in traditional white and blue, with suitably mammoth beer to match. 

Tickets cost between £5-£10 for general ticket; special packages from just £10.50, which guarantees you a invest once you arrive.

Oktoberfest Brighton: The Grand Bier Tent, The Altitude, Union Rd

13th — 14th October

Brighton’s 2016 Oktoberfest was so successful, the beachside village is bringing it back. 

The event has a new home and additional sessions to accommodate rocket demand from revellers. 

Sausages, pretzels and beer will be fully stocked at the weekend feast. 

Tickets start at £10.

Oktoberfest Birmingham: Eastside Metropolis Park

18th — 22nd October

Eastside City Park in the middle of Birmingham last wishes as host Oktoberfest 2017 celebrations. 

Choose from five multifarious days or party on every single one of them — there’s enough beer for all!

Run by the same company as Edinburgh’s festival, Birmingham Oktoberfest tickets start at £5. 

Oktoberfest Manchester: Albert Conservative

18th — 22nd October

It’s out with the pints and in with the steins at Manchester’s epic Oktoberfest shindig. 

Get ready to dance in your dirndl to live German music and the weeps of Prost! from bench to bench.  

Afternoon tickets start at £5.

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