By Jake Goldberg
Originally started as a wedding celebration in Germany, Oktoberfest became a nationwide festival filled with music, festivities and a popular favorite beer. Now thanks to Tin Roof, you can celebrate in Orlando and you don’t even have to bring lederhosen. The festivities kick off Oct. 1 at noon with a variety of live performances.
“It’s the first time we’re hosting this event,” said William Hodges, Tin Roof’s regional manager. “We want to provide locals and tourists an incredible opportunity to enjoy a fall afternoon under The Orlando Eye with music, food and drinks.”
Performing live at the Tin Roof will be bands such as:
Audio Exchange ‘70s to current Top 40, Rock, R&B and Country
Alpine Express, authentic German music
The event will have no cover charge. You’ll only have to pay for what you want to eat or drink. You don’t have to be 21 to attend the event either. Parking is free inside the I-Drive 360 parking garage.