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Enjoy an Oktoberfest Dinner at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel, New York. This will be happening on October 5, 2023, at 5 pm. It will be a pre-show dinner before the Martin Barre & Band’s “A Brief History of Tull” show also being held at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts.
This will be a 4 course Oktoberfest-inspired dinner and will take place in Market Shed 1 at the Bethel Woods Center prior to the Martin Barre concert. Admission to the concert is a separate purchase.
This is a plated multi-course meal. Guests will be overlooking the famous Woodstock festival field. There is no vegetarian option for this dinner.
Oktoberfest Dinner Menu Served Family Style
- Tarte Flambee with Grilled Flatbread, Creme Fraiche, Red Onion and Mushroom
- Frikadeller & Choucroute with German Street Meatballs, German Sausage, Kassler Rib and Sauerkraut
- Beet Roulade with Stuffed Rolled Top Round with Gingersnap Gravy, Homemade Spaetzle and Braised Cabbage
- Black Forest Cake
- Complimentary Glass of Chef’s Choice of Oktoberfest Brew
Here’s where you can get your ticket at the best available price.
And make an evening of it with this concert.
Martin Barre was voted 25th Best Guitar Solo Ever in the U.S. and 20th Besl Guitar Solo Ever in the U.K. for “Aqualung.” He has worked with many artists, including Phil Collins, Paul McCartney, Chris Thompson and Jo Bonamassa.
Barre was the guitarist of Jethro Tull for 43 years. His new show, “A Brief History of Tull,” celebrates Jethro Tull’s fifty years. Joining him on stage will be his band that includes Don Crisp on guitar, Alex Thompson on bass and Darby Todd on percussion and drums.
If you’d like to see the show, here is where you can book your ticket to get the lowest available price.
And if you’d like to book a VIP Meet & Greet with Martin Barre, you can book that here.
Bethel, New York, is within 30 miles of Scotchtown, Cherrytown, East Middletown and Awosting. It is 75 miles from Newark, 79 miles from Jersey City and 89 miles from New York City.