Celebrating Oktoberfest in Denver with Wunderbar Together Lebkuchenherzen!
September 25, 2019
Wunderbar Together brought the Wiesn in a Box to the Denver Oktoberfest, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year! This annual six-day festival attracts over 250,000 people to enjoy German food, beer, and music!
In addition to food and drink, guests were also invited to participate in fun events like Stein Hoisting, Keg Bowling, Dachshund Racing, and a Costume Contest! Wunderbar Together joined in on the fun by giving out hundreds of traditional Lebkuchenherzen, or gingerbread hearts, to festival attendees.
The Oktoberfest festivities continue this weekend in the Mile High City! Find out more on their website. Ein Prosit!
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