Harvest Haus Oktoberfest is Coming to Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza, Oct. 2-5



Prepare to essen well and raise your beer stein with a rousing prost. Vancouver has a new way to celebrate Oktoberfest at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza, which hosts annual the German-style Christmas Market. Harvest Haus Oktoberfest takes place there October 2-5, 2014.

Harvest Haus, presented by The Social Concierge and Wet Ape Productions, intends to bring the feeling of an old world European harvest festivals to Vancouver, making our West Coast city into a “mini Münich.”

It’s the first time this event has taken place, and we’re all interested in exactly what kind of harvest bounty is on offer. Here’s what we know. There will be German-themed noshes including pretzels, spätzle, brezen, bratwürst, schnitzel and sauerkraut prepared with locally harvested ingredients. There will also be a traditional Swiss-style chocolatier tempting the crowds with his delights.

When it comes to suds, here’s the pour list:

  • Löwenbräu
  • Hoegarden
  • Leffe
  • Steam Whistle
  • Rickard’s Red
  • Rickard’s White
  • Rickard’s Lederhosen

General Admission Afternoon Seating and Sunday Brunch: $25
Harvest Burgomeister VIP Afternoon Seating and Sunday Brunch: $40
General Admission Evening Seating: $35
Harvest Burgomeister VIP Evening Seating: $50
Harvest Burgomeister VIP tickets are for the head table with reserved seating, access to expanded culinary offerings from Cocktails & Canapes in conjunction with Sole Foods, a complementary Harvest Haus stein, and access to a VIP bar, table service and more.

You’ll need drink tokens to partake in suds. They’re $8 each.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, September 5, 2014 at 10:00am through the Harvest Haus website.

Last modified: August 27, 2014

2 Responses to " Harvest Haus Oktoberfest is Coming to Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza, Oct. 2-5 "

  1. Me says:

    Really? A comment?!?!?
    It sucks. Expensive. Incredible bad DJ who plays techno at an Octoberfest event…. The live music??? No idea how to get the audience involved. Definetly not by playing Lady gaga on Tuba and Accordeon.
    Organization? Not existant. Really total chaos!
    Not worth going. Better spend your money anywhere else but at the Harvest House!

  2. Kitsilano.ca staff says:

    Sorry to hear that! It’s the first year it’s taken place, so it’s good to hear from you on how it was. Maybe you can make up for it with craft beer at Darby’s or a Van brewery.