No, you really don't need to buy anything special for the Oktoberfest. Just dress the way hat makes you happy.
In general no. The large beer tents have free seating areas. However, there are times in which it gets difficult to access the tents without table reservations.
Oktoberfest may be dominated by Munich’s breweries, but you can still get wine in a number of tents. Even some of the large tents offer wine.
The Munich Oktoberfest end on the first Sunday of October or October 3, whatever which is later. It starts three Saturday before that date.
Often, Oktoberfest newbies want to go, when it’s the craziest. Usually, you don’t want crazy, though. When it’s too busy, you won’t be able to enter the tents.
An Oktoberfest visit doesn't necessarily have to cost you a Euro. But chances are that you will spend a couple of hundred Euros for beer, food and rides.
Depending on the type of business, the opening hours at the Oktoberfest vary. At some tents the last call is as early as 9:30pm.
It’s neither a celebration of the month of October, nor a season, holiday or type of festival. The Munich Oktoberfest dates back to a wedding.
After events named “Oktoberfest” have sprung up everywhere outside of Bavaria, some obviously need to be told, that the Oktoberfest is in Munich only.
“Oktoberfest Tickets” can’t be bought anywhere, as there is no such thing. At very busy times, you may need a table reservation to access the tents, though.