The Resort’s family fun festival with a Germanic twist returned, expanded on from its debut year, but still seeing part of the theme park transformed to give guests a flavour of Bavaria with live music and European cuisine, as well as the chance to experience some of the theme park’s rides into the evening.

Key Information

Dates: 11th September – 3rd October 2021
Opening Times: 10am – 5pm Monday – Thursday, 10am – 7pm Friday – Sunday


From 1pm each day, the Theme Park front lawns and Mutiny Bay Courtyard were home to a variety of entertainment! Alongside the acts on each area’s stage, additional street theatre was provided by walkaround characters such as Beer and Bubbles, Alpine Horn Man and The Barrel Monks.

Front Lawns:

  • Oktoberfest Sing-a-long
  • The Darwin Show
  • Lebhaft Tanzen Show
  • German Jukebox

Mutiny Bay Courtyard:

  • Oktoberfest Sing-a-long
  • Robert Burton – Accordionist
  • Timothy Hoad – Vocalist

Food & Drink

A selection of Bavarian-inspired savoury snacks and sweet treats, along with a range of drinks including European beers, were available from a number of stalls and kiosks which could be found throughout the Front Lawns and Mutiny Bay Courtyard areas.

Front Lawns:

  • Schwenk Grill – bratwurst and currywurst with pretzel bread
  • The Pan House – fried potatoes and meatballs
  • Hog Roast – served with stuffing and apple sauce in a baguette or roll
  • Loaded Fries – select from a choice of toppings for your chips
  • Blooming Onions & Tornado Potatoes
  • Pretzels – choose from different flavours and dipping sauces
  • Sweets & Strudel – an array of sweet treats were on offer, including toasted marshmallows
  • Churros & Coffee – sweet snacks and hot drinks
  • Wunder Bar – after purchasing a drink from the bar on the ground floor, guests could enjoy the view from the seating area on the second storey

Mutiny Bay Courtyard:

  • Schwenk Grill – bratwurst and currywurst with pretzel bread
  • Bier Keller – the drinks on offer included SPATEN, LISA, Hoegaarden, and Camden Pale Ale, priced at £5.50 per pint, or £11 for a flight of four half pint measures