On-line-ticket "e-ticket" sale only, commencing May13th, 2015, 10am
Hall tickets for both Fridays and Saturday evenings will become available July 8th at 11 am
a maximum of 6 tickets per Friday and 6 tickets per Saturday per purchaser, no refunds on ticket orders
no maximum ticket restriction on other Oktoberfest event days
Only adults of legal drinking age (19 years of age and older) will be admitted (except family days = Sunday & Monday, where minors 16 years of age or younger are admitted (free of charge)as long as they are with a family unit
There will be a additional processing fee charged on each ticket
Tickets will be e-mailed immediately as pdf attachment and will be scanned for admission at the door the day of the event for validity
Acceptable on line payment methods: visa, mastercard
Concordia reserves the right to fulfill or decline orders, should the purchaser have already obtained tickets at via the “membership” sale. Online purchase depends also on the capacity of the online server.
Oktoberfest was started at the Concordia Club in 1967 as a centennial project to celebrate the 100th birthday of Canada as a nation. We have never looked back as this annual festival draws visitors from far and near. It's a festival for everybody and to this day is enjoyed by everybody. The Club adds a huge festival tent to it's building and thereby offeres 3 distinct different venues to visit. Once you are in the compound you are free to go to either the Tent, the Hall or the Schenke restaurant. Entertainment is offered in all location while the flair is of course diffferent. Many people visit the restaurant to enjoy a typical German meal and enjoy a German Draft beer. The Tent of course offers many attractions such as games of skill, cafeteria style food, waitstaff, bars and much more.
The Concordia Oktoberfest is hugely popular and the Concordia Club is from what we are told "the place to be"