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Learn where you can still reserve tables for evenings and weekends.

The entrance to the Munich Oktoberfest and its beer tents is in general free. In case of overcrowding, however, a reservation can be necessary to get into tents. While weekday lunch reservations are only valuable for larger groups, evening and weekend reservations are almost exclusively given to regulars. Therefore, we collect the sparse availabilities of the latter below. If you’re not familiar with this topic, we suggest to read the Oktoberfest reservation guide first. Also, make sure you subscribe to our newsletter using the form at the bottom of the page, to receive an email, whenever we hear from new availabilities. Also, there are always offers available at the Oktoberfest reservation exchange and in 2017 there will be so-called “last-minute-reservations” for the first time.

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TentDayTime
Armbrustschützenzelt
Sat., September 3010am - 3:15pm
Sun., October 110am - 4:15pm
1pm - 4:15pm
Tue., October 310am - 4:15pm
1pm - 4:15pm
4:45pm - 10:30pm
Fischer-VroniTue., October 312pm - 5pm
Hofbräu-FestzeltMon., Oktober 211:30am - 3:30pm
4pm - 10:30pm
Tue., Oktober 311:30am - 3:30pm
4pm - 10:30pm
Schottenhamel-FesthalleSun., October 111am - 2:30pm
Tue., October 311am - 2:30pm
WeinzeltMultiple daysEvening reservations can be requested at the reservation office.
Winzerer FähndlTue., October 311am - 3:30pm
11am - 4:30pm

Oide Wiesn

At the Oide Wiesn, it’s less difficult to get reservations.

TentDayTime
Herzkasperl-FestzeltAll days except 09/26 and 09/3017pm - 9:30pm
Festzelt TraditionAll daysAsk at the office for specific time slots
Zur SchönheitsköniginAll days10am - 9:30pn
11:45am - 2:15pm
2:45pm - 5:30pm
6pm - 9:30pm
2:45pm - 9:30pm
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