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Oktoberfest began in 1810 as a royal Bavarian wedding party. It has since become the largest secular celebration on earth, attracting millions of participants annually. Eating, drinking, and dancing feature prominently in the festivities. For many, however, the best part of Oktoberfest is the lively, colorful, and entertaining music performed by the Bavarian Oktoberfest oom-pah band. Consisting mainly of polkas, waltzes, and marches, it is the type of music that can be listened to and enjoyed all year long. This ring is comprised of a worldwide collection of websites related to that enduring and versatile ensemble.

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Located in south-central Pennsylvania, this 15 piece German Band entertains with rollicking beer-drinking songs, traditional melodies, and lively polkas and waltzes--the type of music that gets you to clap your hands, sing along, and dance to the traditional folk tunes usually presented at Oktoberfest and other German festivals.
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A fun and energetic Bavarian dance group available for Oktoberfest or other German festivities in the Sacramento, California area!
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America's favorite husband and wife German polka music group; polka with a Bavarian accent!

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The Kings Park German Band is an all-volunteer ensemble of the Kings Park Concert Band in Springfield, Virginia, just outside Washington, DC. We perform primarily in September and October, and our fee is used to support the concert band.
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Lou and Jan Borelli are based in Central Massachusetts and have, in addition to other small ensembles, a traditional German oom-pah band that is available for Oktoberfests, German theme parties, and similar ethnic celebrations. The couple also offers voice lessons and lessons on most instruments. Lessons on jazz improv are also available.

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