2010 Mt. Adams Oktoberfest – September 15th

2010 Mt. Adams Oktoberfest
Features Beer, Food and Authentic German Music.

Pavilion Street Hosts Mt. Adams Annual Festival Celebrating Great German Heritage And Traditions In One of Cincinnati’s Most Celebrated Neighborhoods.

CINCINNATI, OHIO – August 25th , 2010 – Cincinnati’s beloved Oktoberfest traditions continue this year in Mt. Adams as Pavilion street will host the 2010 Mt. Adams Oktoberfest. The sounds and flavors of Bavaria come alive on the hill during the street festival featuring live music from an authentic German band. Blasskapelle Ebenhofe from the village of Allgaeu brings the traditional sounds of Bavaria, including an Alphorn serenade. Presented by Moerlein Lagers & Ales, the 2010 Mt. Adams Oktoberfest is an outdoor celebration of beer, food and music carrying on the Mt. Adams tradition of Oktoberfest with an event reflecting on Cincinnati’s rich German heritage. Pavilion Street in Mt. Adams will be transformed into a street festival venue with a live Bavarian band and food vendors and only open to pedestrian traffic. Onsite adult beverages will be featuring Moerlein Lagers & Ales. Admission is Free.

The 2010 Mt. Adams Oktoberfest features Moerlein Lagers & Ales and their seasonal Fifth & Vine Oktoberfest Marzen, a traditional, seasonal ale. Mt. Adams Oktoberfest is also an opportunity for all those who enjoyed attending Party in the Park this summer to enjoy another wonderful outdoor event on a Wednesday evening.

The 2010 Mt. Adams Oktoberfest is presented by Christian Moerlein, with support from the Mt. Adams Tavern Guild.

WHAT: 2010 Mt. Adams Oktoberfest
presented by Christian Moerlein
With: Blasskapelle Ebenhofe from Bavaria, food and
Moerlein Lagers & Ales

WHEN: Wednesday, September 15th, 2010
6:00 – 10:00 p.m

WHERE: Pavilion Street (closed to traffic)

COST: FREE. Participating bars Aliveone, Blind Lemon, Crowley’s, Longworth’s, Monk’s Cove, Mt. Adams Pavilion, Tavern On The Hill, and Yesterday’s Old Time Saloon.

PARKING: All Mt. Adams garages and parking lots will be open to the public.