Oktoberfest band in Dublin – Ireland

Looking for an oktoberfest band in DublinIreland? One of the hardest working Bavarian bands “Bergvagabunden” from Germany offers real oom pah entertainment you can trust! Listen to the typical songs from the world famous oktoberfest in Munich / Bavaria. You can book this band directly – no agency necessary. Just send your enquiry via email

The band’s beerfest entertainment programm includes typical traditional bavarian oom pah music as well as german and international contemporary dance songs …

This Oktoberfest band is based in Germany. Direct flights to Dublin make traveling to Ireland pretty easy for them. The guys bring their instruments – all you have to do is provide a professional sound system and lots of beer. Using a professional midi accordion this band’s sound is very strong and full – even if the singer and accordionist performs on his own! So if you are looking for a real authentic (one – two – or three piece) Bavarian band for hire the Bergvagabunden could be a very good choice.

Oktoberfest band in Bergvagabunden in temple bar, Dublin - Ireland
Oktoberfest band Bergvagabunden at Temple Bar, Dublin – Ireland | © bergvagabunden.com/en

Things to know about Dublin

Dublin (Irish: Baile Átha Cliath) is the capital of the Republic of Ireland and is located at the mouth of the Liffey River in Dublin Bay on the Irish Sea. The city has a population of approximately 550,000; 1.17 million people live in the urban agglomeration (about a quarter of the population of the Republic of Ireland).

The Liffey divides the city into northern and southern halves. The main sights are in the southern part: the first Bishop of Dublin, Dunan, founded the now Anglican Christ Church Cathedral in 1038, which was rebuilt as a transept basilica from the end of the 12th century, extended in the 14th century and restored in 1870-78.

Nearby is Saint Audoen’s Church, the only unaltered church from the Middle Ages (13th century). Saint Patrick’s Cathedral (founded in the 11th century), also Anglican, was also begun in 1213 in early Gothic forms with a transept (14th-century side west tower with a helmet of 1739); its present appearance – at 93 m long, it is the largest church in Ireland – is mainly determined by the restorations of 1864-69.

Dublin Ireland
The Temple Bar in Dublin Ireland | © iStock – Angelafoto
Oktoberfest in Dublin
Oktoberfest in Dublin | © bergvagabunden.com