S-Bahn to Perform at an Oktoberfest with Northwest Twist

A Benefit for the Detlef Schrempf Foundation and the Kirkland Chamber of Commerce

Kirkland, WA, September 6th, 2013 – The S-Bahn band is performing at the Kirland Oktoberfest, http://oktoberfestkirkland.com, near Seattle on September 28th and 29th, for the first time. The S-Bahn specializes in interactive entertainment that keeps you not only clapping but also slapping your Lederhosen while dancing Bavarian style.

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The Festival takes place in the Marina Park Pavilion, located at 25 Lakeshore Plaza Drive, on the waterfront between Lake Street and Central Way and is wheelchair accessible and dog friendly. As the main focus will be an authentic “Muenchen Style Biergarten”, all visitors must be over the age of 21. The hours on Saturday are 11 am to 11 pm, while Sunday, the 29th the hours are 11 am to 6 pm.

The Festival will be supporting the Detlef Schrempf foundation, so visitors can “support organizations that provide hope, care and assistance to children and families of the Northwest” while swaying arm in arm and participating in the chicken dance. There will be costume contests, wiener dog races, traditional music & steins of beer. Learn more at: http://www.detlef.com/

The S-Bahn, led by Richard Tyce, includes Bruce Henczel, Alexander Flock and Jim Hopson and is from Vancouver, BC. The S-Bahn is named after the commuter train that connects people and brings people together. Their musical repertoire reflects the diversity of the city they live in. They have been performing since the 90’s at cultural events and “Fall Crawls”. Learn more at: http://sbahnmusic.com.