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The construction of the Oktoberfest 2018, its 185th edition, starts ten weeks before the beginning of the festival, which is July 16. Only the Schützen-Festzelt starts its construction one week early due to the restricted available space. This year, the main focus will be on the redecoration of the Schottenhamel-Festhalle and the Winzerer Fähndl. Depending on the construction phase, between 150 and 2000 workers work at the Theresienwiese.

Timetable

July 16Construction of the 16 large beer tents
August 27Construction of the small beer tents and the municipal stands
September 3Construction of the large rides
September 10Construction of other rides
September 13Marketers move into municipal and marketer-owned stands
September 14Construction of the marketer-owned stands in the middle of the streets
September 19Costruction of the bread stands
September 22Beginning of Oktoberfest

Construction Photos 18/09/2018

Photos of the tenth and last week of the Oktoberfest construction 2018. All new rides are now set up.

Construction Photos 12/09/2018

The new Oktoberfest rides 2018 arrived! We have the first photos of Predator, Dschungelcamp, the new swing ride and the Chaospendel.

Construction photos 05/09/2018

Fresh photos of the Oktoberfest construction as of September 5th 2018. In the eigth week of construction, more and more rides show up.

Construction photos 28/08/2018

In the seventh week of the Oktoberfest construction, the Theresienwiese is gradually filling up. Finally, the first changes of the Winzerer Fähndl become visible.

Construction photos 08/08/2018

In the fourth week of construction, the first two small tents, the Ammer duck grill and the Wildstuben, appeared at the Theresienwiese.

Construction photos 01/08/2018

New photos of the third week of construction of the Oktoberfest 2018, including Hackerzelt, Augustinerzelt, Hofbräuzelt, Schottenhamel-Festhalle and more.

Construction Photos 24/07/2018

In the officially second week of the Oktoberfest construction 2018, some tents already got parts of their walls and ceilings, while other tents don’t consist of more than their central aisles.