Schedule

Glockenspiel

Join us for Oktoberfest 2019!

Sep
12
Thu
Alpinegarten Opens – Courtesy of Oregon Garden Resort @ Alpinegarten
Sep 12 @ 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

Come One, Come All! The Alpinegarten is open to families and children at all hours. Interactive performances and traditional German sounds are a trademark for this venue. These fun elements are supported by a spectacular beer menu that balances local craft beers and German imports.  Click here to visit the Alpinegarten page

Thanks to Oregon Garden Resort for their support of the Alpinegarten venue.

Gordanaires European Musik @ Alpinegarten
Sep 12 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Gordanaires European Musik @ Alpinegarten

A family band performing in Mount Angel for many years. Catch their Old World music; cowbells, alphorns and of course accordion, all performed with an upbeat style. The add some traditional dancing for a great all-around show.

Festival Brass @ Alpinegarten
Sep 12 @ 1:45 pm – 3:15 pm
Festival Brass @ Alpinegarten

Big and Brassy!  Wonderful musicians.

You may have caught them at the Bandstand last year.  This year they are headed to the Venues as well! Catch them during the afternoon shows at the Bandstand and then some quick sets at Alpinegarten and Weingarten.

Salzberger Echo @ Alpinegarten
Sep 12 @ 3:15 pm – 3:45 pm
Salzberger Echo @ Alpinegarten

Good Humor Mixed with Alphorns!

Brings the Alps to their audiences, playing Old World and contemporary folk music from the alpine regions of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. They continue to amaze audiences with their twelve-foot alphorns, Swiss cowbells, holzernes g’ächter, and harmony yodeling. Together since 1992, Salzburger Echo has played many venues and festivals throughout the United States and Europe.

Doppelbock Quintet @ Alpinegarten
Sep 12 @ 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm
Doppelbock Quintet @ Alpinegarten

Doppelbock began a few years ago as a last-minute replacement band for the Leavenworth Oktoberfest. They have since been surprising and entertaining Oktoberfest audiences throughout Oregon and Washington. Blending the traditional German/Polka/Yodeling sound of Doug Stickler and his accordion, with long-time Johnny Limbo and the Lugnuts guitarist Rouke van der Veen’s rock and roll roots, they created what some call Polka Rock. Completing the sound are Lugnut luminaries Matt Kenney on bass and Jim Parker on drums, with standout saxophone work from Brian McDonald. Their goal is to boldly go where no accordion has gone before.

S-Bahn Canadian Alpine Band @ Alpinegarten
Sep 12 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
S-Bahn Canadian Alpine Band @ Alpinegarten

Why the name “S-Bahn”? S-Bahn is the commuter train that connects cities in Germany with their suburbs. The S-Bahn connects people, it brings people together. Singer and accordionist Richard Tyce founded the S-Bahn in Vancouver in the 90′s. Highlights for S-Bahn include the “Fall Crawls” during which the S-Bahn tours the Oktoberfest circuit – including the super popular Leavenworth Washington and Mt. Angel Oregon Oktoberfests.

Gruber Family Band- sponsored by NW Natural @ Alpinegarten
Sep 12 @ 7:15 pm – 8:45 pm

The family has been playing together since 1920- of course these are the newer members of Peter, Toni, Martin and Michael.  Interactive, upbeat and a bit irreverent, this group keeps the Alpinegarten hopping and the audience dancing and swaying. Great audience participation and great tunes.

Be sure to catch them at least once during your visit to Oktoberfest.

Sponsor NW Natural logo sponsors the Gruber Family Band – thank you NW Natural!

S-Bahn Canadian Alpine Band @ Alpinegarten
Sep 12 @ 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm
S-Bahn Canadian Alpine Band @ Alpinegarten

Why the name “S-Bahn”? S-Bahn is the commuter train that connects cities in Germany with their suburbs. The S-Bahn connects people, it brings people together. Singer and accordionist Richard Tyce founded the S-Bahn in Vancouver in the 90′s. Highlights for S-Bahn include the “Fall Crawls” during which the S-Bahn tours the Oktoberfest circuit – including the super popular Leavenworth Washington and Mt. Angel Oregon Oktoberfests.

Sep
13
Fri
Alpinegarten Opens – Courtesy of Oregon Garden Resort @ Alpinegarten
Sep 13 @ 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

Come One, Come All! The Alpinegarten is open to families and children at all hours. Interactive performances and traditional German sounds are a trademark for this venue. These fun elements are supported by a spectacular beer menu that balances local craft beers and German imports.  Click here to visit the Alpinegarten page

Thanks to Oregon Garden Resort for their support of the Alpinegarten venue.

Gordanaires European Musik @ Alpinegarten
Sep 13 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Gordanaires European Musik @ Alpinegarten

A family band performing in Mount Angel for many years. Catch their Old World music; cowbells, alphorns and of course accordion, all performed with an upbeat style. The add some traditional dancing for a great all-around show.

Festival Brass @ Alpinegarten
Sep 13 @ 1:45 pm – 3:15 pm
Festival Brass @ Alpinegarten

Big and Brassy!  Wonderful musicians.

You may have caught them at the Bandstand last year.  This year they are headed to the Venues as well! Catch them during the afternoon shows at the Bandstand and then some quick sets at Alpinegarten and Weingarten.

Salzberger Echo @ Alpinegarten
Sep 13 @ 3:15 pm – 3:45 pm
Salzberger Echo @ Alpinegarten

Good Humor Mixed with Alphorns!

Brings the Alps to their audiences, playing Old World and contemporary folk music from the alpine regions of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. They continue to amaze audiences with their twelve-foot alphorns, Swiss cowbells, holzernes g’ächter, and harmony yodeling. Together since 1992, Salzburger Echo has played many venues and festivals throughout the United States and Europe.

Doppelbock Quintet @ Alpinegarten
Sep 13 @ 3:45 pm – 5:00 pm
Doppelbock Quintet @ Alpinegarten

Doppelbock began a few years ago as a last-minute replacement band for the Leavenworth Oktoberfest. They have since been surprising and entertaining Oktoberfest audiences throughout Oregon and Washington. Blending the traditional German/Polka/Yodeling sound of Doug Stickler and his accordion, with long-time Johnny Limbo and the Lugnuts guitarist Rouke van der Veen’s rock and roll roots, they created what some call Polka Rock. Completing the sound are Lugnut luminaries Matt Kenney on bass and Jim Parker on drums, with standout saxophone work from Brian McDonald. Their goal is to boldly go where no accordion has gone before.

S-Bahn Canadian Alpine Band @ Alpinegarten
Sep 13 @ 5:15 pm – 6:15 pm
S-Bahn Canadian Alpine Band @ Alpinegarten

Why the name “S-Bahn”? S-Bahn is the commuter train that connects cities in Germany with their suburbs. The S-Bahn connects people, it brings people together. Singer and accordionist Richard Tyce founded the S-Bahn in Vancouver in the 90′s. Highlights for S-Bahn include the “Fall Crawls” during which the S-Bahn tours the Oktoberfest circuit – including the super popular Leavenworth Washington and Mt. Angel Oregon Oktoberfests.

Kleinstädtlers Bavarian Dancers @ Alpinegarten
Sep 13 @ 6:15 pm – 6:45 pm
Kleinstädtlers Bavarian Dancers @ Alpinegarten

Traditional Bavarian dance moves taken to a new level. High energy and even acrobatic, these local couples have moves that will keep you watching. Great Fun!

Kleinstädtlers also appear in the Alpinegarten – check the schedule for times.

Gruber Family Band- sponsored by NW Natural @ Alpinegarten
Sep 13 @ 6:45 pm – 8:45 pm

The family has been playing together since 1920- of course these are the newer members of Peter, Toni, Martin and Michael.  Interactive, upbeat and a bit irreverent, this group keeps the Alpinegarten hopping and the audience dancing and swaying. Great audience participation and great tunes.

Be sure to catch them at least once during your visit to Oktoberfest.

Sponsor NW Natural logo sponsors the Gruber Family Band – thank you NW Natural!

S-Bahn Canadian Alpine Band @ Alpinegarten
Sep 13 @ 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm
S-Bahn Canadian Alpine Band @ Alpinegarten

Why the name “S-Bahn”? S-Bahn is the commuter train that connects cities in Germany with their suburbs. The S-Bahn connects people, it brings people together. Singer and accordionist Richard Tyce founded the S-Bahn in Vancouver in the 90′s. Highlights for S-Bahn include the “Fall Crawls” during which the S-Bahn tours the Oktoberfest circuit – including the super popular Leavenworth Washington and Mt. Angel Oregon Oktoberfests.

Sep
14
Sat
Alpinegarten Opens – Courtesy of Oregon Garden Resort @ Alpinegarten
Sep 14 @ 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

Come One, Come All! The Alpinegarten is open to families and children at all hours. Interactive performances and traditional German sounds are a trademark for this venue. These fun elements are supported by a spectacular beer menu that balances local craft beers and German imports.  Click here to visit the Alpinegarten page

Thanks to Oregon Garden Resort for their support of the Alpinegarten venue.

Gordanaires European Musik @ Alpinegarten
Sep 14 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Gordanaires European Musik @ Alpinegarten

A family band performing in Mount Angel for many years. Catch their Old World music; cowbells, alphorns and of course accordion, all performed with an upbeat style. The add some traditional dancing for a great all-around show.

Festival Brass @ Alpinegarten
Sep 14 @ 1:45 pm – 3:15 pm
Festival Brass @ Alpinegarten

Big and Brassy!  Wonderful musicians.

You may have caught them at the Bandstand last year.  This year they are headed to the Venues as well! Catch them during the afternoon shows at the Bandstand and then some quick sets at Alpinegarten and Weingarten.

Salzberger Echo @ Alpinegarten
Sep 14 @ 3:15 pm – 3:45 pm
Salzberger Echo @ Alpinegarten

Good Humor Mixed with Alphorns!

Brings the Alps to their audiences, playing Old World and contemporary folk music from the alpine regions of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. They continue to amaze audiences with their twelve-foot alphorns, Swiss cowbells, holzernes g’ächter, and harmony yodeling. Together since 1992, Salzburger Echo has played many venues and festivals throughout the United States and Europe.

Doppelbock Quintet @ Alpinegarten
Sep 14 @ 3:45 pm – 5:00 pm
Doppelbock Quintet @ Alpinegarten

Doppelbock began a few years ago as a last-minute replacement band for the Leavenworth Oktoberfest. They have since been surprising and entertaining Oktoberfest audiences throughout Oregon and Washington. Blending the traditional German/Polka/Yodeling sound of Doug Stickler and his accordion, with long-time Johnny Limbo and the Lugnuts guitarist Rouke van der Veen’s rock and roll roots, they created what some call Polka Rock. Completing the sound are Lugnut luminaries Matt Kenney on bass and Jim Parker on drums, with standout saxophone work from Brian McDonald. Their goal is to boldly go where no accordion has gone before.

S-Bahn Canadian Alpine Band @ Alpinegarten
Sep 14 @ 5:15 pm – 6:15 pm
S-Bahn Canadian Alpine Band @ Alpinegarten

Why the name “S-Bahn”? S-Bahn is the commuter train that connects cities in Germany with their suburbs. The S-Bahn connects people, it brings people together. Singer and accordionist Richard Tyce founded the S-Bahn in Vancouver in the 90′s. Highlights for S-Bahn include the “Fall Crawls” during which the S-Bahn tours the Oktoberfest circuit – including the super popular Leavenworth Washington and Mt. Angel Oregon Oktoberfests.

Kleinstädtlers Bavarian Dancers @ Alpinegarten
Sep 14 @ 6:15 pm – 6:45 pm
Kleinstädtlers Bavarian Dancers @ Alpinegarten

Traditional Bavarian dance moves taken to a new level. High energy and even acrobatic, these local couples have moves that will keep you watching. Great Fun!

Kleinstädtlers also appear in the Alpinegarten – check the schedule for times.

Gruber Family Band- sponsored by NW Natural @ Alpinegarten
Sep 14 @ 6:45 pm – 8:45 pm

The family has been playing together since 1920- of course these are the newer members of Peter, Toni, Martin and Michael.  Interactive, upbeat and a bit irreverent, this group keeps the Alpinegarten hopping and the audience dancing and swaying. Great audience participation and great tunes.

Be sure to catch them at least once during your visit to Oktoberfest.

Sponsor NW Natural logo sponsors the Gruber Family Band – thank you NW Natural!

S-Bahn Canadian Alpine Band @ Alpinegarten
Sep 14 @ 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm
S-Bahn Canadian Alpine Band @ Alpinegarten

Why the name “S-Bahn”? S-Bahn is the commuter train that connects cities in Germany with their suburbs. The S-Bahn connects people, it brings people together. Singer and accordionist Richard Tyce founded the S-Bahn in Vancouver in the 90′s. Highlights for S-Bahn include the “Fall Crawls” during which the S-Bahn tours the Oktoberfest circuit – including the super popular Leavenworth Washington and Mt. Angel Oregon Oktoberfests.

Sep
15
Sun
Alpinegarten Opens – Courtesy of Oregon Garden Resort @ Alpinegarten
Sep 15 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Come One, Come All! The Alpinegarten is open to families and children at all hours. Interactive performances and traditional German sounds are a trademark for this venue. These fun elements are supported by a spectacular beer menu that balances local craft beers and German imports.  Click here to visit the Alpinegarten page

Thanks to Oregon Garden Resort for their support of the Alpinegarten venue.

Paul Smith and Friends @ Alpinegarten
Sep 15 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Paul Smith and Friends @ Alpinegarten

This group has played for years in our Biergarten. They love to perform for traditional dancers.  A wonderful traditional way to open the Biergarten each day. Check them out in the Alpinegarten this year on Sunday as well.

S-Bahn Canadian Alpine Band @ Alpinegarten
Sep 15 @ 1:45 pm – 3:30 pm
S-Bahn Canadian Alpine Band @ Alpinegarten

Why the name “S-Bahn”? S-Bahn is the commuter train that connects cities in Germany with their suburbs. The S-Bahn connects people, it brings people together. Singer and accordionist Richard Tyce founded the S-Bahn in Vancouver in the 90′s. Highlights for S-Bahn include the “Fall Crawls” during which the S-Bahn tours the Oktoberfest circuit – including the super popular Leavenworth Washington and Mt. Angel Oregon Oktoberfests.

Salzberger Echo @ Alpinegarten
Sep 15 @ 3:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Salzberger Echo @ Alpinegarten

Good Humor Mixed with Alphorns!

Brings the Alps to their audiences, playing Old World and contemporary folk music from the alpine regions of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. They continue to amaze audiences with their twelve-foot alphorns, Swiss cowbells, holzernes g’ächter, and harmony yodeling. Together since 1992, Salzburger Echo has played many venues and festivals throughout the United States and Europe.

Gruber Family Band- sponsored by NW Natural @ Alpinegarten
Sep 15 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The family has been playing together since 1920- of course these are the newer members of Peter, Toni, Martin and Michael.  Interactive, upbeat and a bit irreverent, this group keeps the Alpinegarten hopping and the audience dancing and swaying. Great audience participation and great tunes.

Be sure to catch them at least once during your visit to Oktoberfest.

Sponsor NW Natural logo sponsors the Gruber Family Band – thank you NW Natural!