The Orleans Festival Grounds

4500 W. Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV 89103


Sep 29 – Oct 2

5PM to 11PM THU & FRI




Las Vegas’ first authentic Oktoberfest, presented by Seven Oh Brew, will be far more than beer drinking and pretzel eating. Committed to bringing true German culture and heritage to the celebration, guests will enjoy four days of entertainment and activities. Held September 29 to October 2 at The Orleans Arena Festival Grounds, Seven Oh Brew Oktoberfest will feature multiple stages and more than 50 live acts, featuring entertainment, education, contests and a little something for everyone!

Munich Tent Stage

Featuring authentic German bands from across the country, the Munich Tent Stage will feature music, keg tapping ceremonies and more throughout the event!

Biergarten Stage

Prepare to hoist your steins and chicken dance the day away in front of the outdoor Las Vegas Review Journal Biergarten Stage for all four days of Oktoberfest!

Maipole Village

Oktoberfest celebrations are for the whole family!  Throughout the four-day celebration, the Maipole Village will be the heritage hub for guests to enjoy with authentic demonstrations and fun!

Check out our OOM-PAH-TASTIC bands!

Hammerstein Musik Bavaria

Hammerstein Musik Bavaria is a 4-piece global get-down machine performing traditional polka, tango, operetta, and the occasional well-placed classic rock song. Their shows run the gamut from infectious dance rhythms to romantic serenades, from interactive dance numbers to virtuosic instrumental features, and are a sure hit with audiences of all ages.

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With a real Bavarian girl fronting the band, Ladyhosen are the real deal when it comes to Oktoberfest Entertainment. The four women play traditional songs, as well as classics that everyone can sing along to. The mix of accordion, tuba, and drums make for a perfect polka feel and the yodelers voice acrobatics are the cherry on top!

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Matt Tolentino Trio

Matt Tolentino, who shares his birthday with Fred Astaire, was born May 10, 1985 in Dallas, TX, and has worked hard to preserve the music of generations past, to bring the music of yesterday to the modern audience of today. Matt is also well versed in the traditional German, Czech, Austrian, and Scandinavian music. Whether leading his Royal Klobasneks polka band or playing solo accordion, it’s no stretch to find him at Oktoberfest events. 

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The Bavarski Polka Band isn’t your average Polka band. Based out of New Jersey with years of experience not only in the polka field but the rock, ska, pop, and jazz world’s, they combine this experience and bring to the stage a quartet with many years of touring and performing under their belts. Prost!

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