Get ready to dust off your lederhosen and dirndls because Brotzeit’s Oktoberfest is back for the first time since 2019, and it promises to be a cheerful three-day musical spectacle. Set to kick off on September 22, the event is a thrilling journey through music, culture, and, of course, mouthwatering German cuisine.
Headlining this year’s Oktoberfest at Brotzeit is the Anton Showband, known for enchanting audiences worldwide with their eclectic repertoire spanning folk to modern hits. From charming hearts in the USA to mesmerizing fans across Asia and Europe, Anton Showband is set to grace the stages of Brotzeit Philippines for an unforgettable performance.
The three-day event will be held at two Brotzeit locations: Alabang West Parade on the 22nd and 24th of September and Brotzeit BGC on the 23rd of September. The performances are scheduled throughout the day, ensuring there’s a time slot to fit everyone’s schedule: 1pm to 4pm, 4pm to 7pm, and 7pm to 9pm.
Oktoberfest isn’t just about music. It’s also a celebration of German gastronomy. From September 1st to October 29th, Brotzeit offers a delectable Oktoberfest menu that pairs perfectly with the festivities. Check out their exclusive Brotzeit beers, Schneider’s Bayrisch Hell, and Schneider’s Weisse Tap 7 Original. For those with a hearty appetite, the Australian Rib-Eye comes highly recommended.
Brotzeit has been around for a while, with its first branch opening nearly a decade ago, and it now has two thriving branches: one in BGC (G/F Shangri-la The Fort) and another in Alabang (Alabang West Mall). Locals have embraced German cuisine, with favorites like sausages, hot chocolate, pork knuckle (sometimes mistaken for crispy pata), and schnitzel.
Brotzeit, which translates to “bread time” in German, offers an authentic Bavarian and Austrian experience. Regarding beer, they exclusively serve all German brands, bringing the true essence of Germany to the local scene.
Notably, Brotzeit goes the extra mile to recreate the whole German experience, even importing beer mugs and spices from Germany. The ambiance reflects modern German culture, with high ceilings and a lighter color palette. And for that added touch of authenticity, you might find it charming that some menu items are deliberately left untranslated.
With Anton Showband headlining and a delectable German menu, Brotzeit’s event is the perfect early Oktoberfest celebration on this side of town. Prost!