NEW YORK, New York–Can’t make it to Munich’s Oktoberfest this year? Zum Schneider, the prominent Bavarian Bierhaus in New York City is bringing Munich to Manhattan once again. No passport needed to enjoy an epic München experience.
This October for two back-to-back weekends, Zum Schneider is celebrating the German tradition by hosting the largest Oktoberfest event in New York City – Munich on the East River!
“Last year was a great success, over 5,600 attendees celebrated at the first Oktoberfest ” said Sylvester Schneider, owner of Zum Schneider. “This year we are pulling out all the stops.”
Tickets for Munich on the East River:
General admission are $25, reserved seating $35 and VIP balcony $100. Special corporate night rates on Thursday, October 9th prices starting at $2,500 for a table of 10 all inclusive for unlimited food and beer.
Solar One is located on 24-20 FDR Drive Service Road East at the East River and 23rd Street, New York, NY 10010.
About Zum Schneider
Zum Schneider opened its Bavarian doors 15 years ago out of interest to establish a traditional German Biergarten in Manhattan. The owner, Sylvester Schneider felt homesick and longed for his traditional German beer, thus sparking the idea to establish Zum Schneider. This Bavarian indoor Biergarten is home to traditional German Biergarten furniture, authentic food, quality service, and exclusive beers from Bavaria and German speaking staff. Zum Schneider guarantees a genuine German experience. Authenticity and culture are the forces behind the events, shows and festivals they host for their customers all year round. Zum Schneider expanded in 2012, and opened its second location in Montauk, Long Island. Zum Schneider also was the sole operator and organizer of the Open Air screenings during the world cup 2014, last year’s debut of “Munich on the East River” and this year’s 4th of July event “ the Big Bang on the East River” all hosted at the Solar One location by the East River that held up to 2,000 people per event (6 events).