Oktoberfest is a festival that started in Bavaria, Munich, Germany, in 1810. But today, the festival is no longer being celebrated by the locals alone, but also in different places in the world. That's why Oktoberfest is regarded as the largest beer festival all over the world. The main place where Oktoberfest is celebrated mostly is in Munich, Germany. Millions of visitors come to Munich to celebrate Oktoberfest, a core and important festival in Bavarian culture.
A huge quantity of beer is consumed during the Oktoberfest celebration; at times, a staggering number of 7.7 million liters of beer is consumed throughout the celebration. Outside Germany, Oktoberfest is celebrated in Blumenau, Brazil. Blumenau is considered the second largest place after Munich, where Oktoberfest festival is celebrated most. Over 700,000 visitors gather in Blumenau to celebrate Oktoberfest. Oktoberfest is also celebrated in Kitchener-Waterloo, Canada. In the United States of America, over 500,000 people come to the Cincinnati Oktoberfest celebration.
Oktoberfest day is a two- week festival held in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. While it is a giant world celebration in Germany, Oktoberfest celebrations are held around the world during this time. Each year when the Oktoberfest is commenced, the mayor of Munich taps a keg of beer. There is even a special brew made called Oktoberfestbeer.
Oktoberfest is not only a salute to beer, but it's also an enormous carnival with lots of food, music, parades, rides, and carnival booths. Millions of people worldwide travel to the fair every year. Oktoberfest festivities are conducted around the world during this time. Oktoberfest has been held annually since 1810. Since then, it has grown into one big collaborative celebration.