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Hilton Colombo’s fabulous Oktoberfest 2017 now on!

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Hilton Colombo’s Oktoberfest kicked off on Thursday and will run until 18 November, being held for the 25th consecutive year. Taking the form of a typical German beer festival serving special brews as well as authentic German staples such as bratwurst, schnitzels and sauerkraut that go along with the traditional Oktoberfest celebrations together with entertainment provided by a 26-member Bavarian band and traditional service girls from Munich to create the real Oktoberfest atmosphere, Oktoberfest 2017 is all about 10 days of fabulous celebrations. The event is being held at the Sports Centre Arena under a huge marquee which can accommodate up to 800 guests. There are two ticket prices – Sunday to Thursday Rs. 2,888 nett and Friday and Saturday Rs. 3,888 nett which includes a Bavarian buffet laden with authentic Bavarian fare comprising starters, breads and appetisers to salads, mains and delectable desserts 

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