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Moerlein Lager House celebrates Oktoberfest in Cincinnati

Photo courtesy of the Moerlein Lager house web site Photo courtesy of the Moerlein Lager house web site
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

The Moerlein Lager House plans to go big for its first Oktoberfest in Cincinnati.

Partnering with Germany's iconic Paulaner Brewery, the Lager House will celebrate the three day festival with the Überdrome in Smale Riverfront Park.

The Überdrome is vast dome that cover the entire length and width of the Schmidlapp event lawn from Sept. 21-23.

The Überdrome will offer music, dinner theatre, comedy skits, official Oktoberfest garb, dozens of styles of beer, and much more.

The lager house says the dome, adjacent tens and the restaurant itself will be able to hold 5,000 people total during that time.

For information on the event and tickets, visit the Moerlein Lager House website.

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