From: Saturday, Sep 18th, 2021
To: Sunday, Oct 3rd, 2021
Gay Sunday September 19, 2021 in the Bräurosl tent from 9:00 am
Monday, Sept. 20, 2021 (from 3 p.m.)
Monday, Sept. 27, 2021 (from 1 p.m.)
Dust of you lederhosen and head for Munich for the world’s biggest beer drinking festival.
Gay days at Oktoberfest 2021
Gay Sunday in the Bräurosl at the Oktoberfest”Gay Sunday” in the Bräurosl
Sunday, September 19, 2021 (from 9:00 am)
As every year, the singing Bräurosl will open the gayest Sunday of the year with a crisp ” Servus, Gruezi und Hallo “.
For many, this is considered the most beautiful day of the year. After all, many thousands of gay boys (and more and more lesbians) from all over the world enjoy a gay community here that can hardly be experienced anywhere else.
Who for ” Gay Sunday”You need the MLC card package on the balcony of Bräurosl. Access to the rest of the marquee is free. But only as long as there is still some free space below (in the central aisle).
Everything about Gay Sunday and the” MLC Oktoberfest Treffen “(gay meeting from the Munich Löwen Club) ….
NEW “RoslMontag” – New Munich Gay Wiesn Club in Bräurosl
Monday, 20th September 2021 (from 3 p.m.)
” RoslMontag ” is the name given to a group of gay Munich residents for the new Oktoberfest meeting for gays and lesbians on the first Oktoberfest Monday.
Bräurosl has been bursting at the seams for years on Gay Sunday. There are only a few other Oktoberfest venues for gays. The new meeting point for gay Oktoberfest fans is therefore on the first Oktoberfest Monday from 3:00 p.m. in the beer garden at Bräurosl (to the right of the main entrance) and in the rear part in the beer tent (under the balcony)
“Prosecco-Wiesn” at Fischer Vroni
Monday, Sept. 27, 2021 (from 1 p.m.)
The second Monday of the Oktoberfest was known as ” Prosecco-Wiesn “.
On the second Monday in Oktoberfest there is traditionally the second big highlight in the gay and lesbian Oktoberfest calendar. A whole tent full of scenes! If you want to be there, take a day off. Because from the early afternoon it gets tight in the smallest marquee (the “big” Oktoberfest tents) on the Theresienwiese. For those who are inside
The Munich Bears also invite you to their” Oktoberfest “in Bräurosl on the first Oktoberfest . Tickets are also required for the event.
You will need to arrive at Oktoberfest early if you want to secure space at a table in the gay tent. Catch the U-bahn to Hauptbahnhof which delivers you right to the Theresienwiese show grounds where Oktoberfest is held. Even by 7.30am at the Braurosl tent you will find queues snaking around the building with hundreds of excited gays waiting to enter.
Once the tent is full then it is effectively closed, so it’s important to get there early enough so that you get in to the tent, but equally critical is ensuring that you can find enough space on a table so that you can sit with your friends (each table takes 10 people).
Each tent serves up their very own brand of Bavarian tradition, which in the Bräurosl tent means just one thing: Entertainment. The Bräurosl beer tent has been managed by the Heide family for seven generations, so they know a thing or two about what makes for a good Bavarian beer bash.
The format is fairly uncomplicated – plenty of 6% German beer, served in one 2 pint ‘masskruge’ mug, and live music in the form of an ‘oompah’ band belting out all manner of camped-up cover versions.
Then there is the venue – an extravagantly decorated drinking hall that can seat over 8,000 (mostly LGBTI) patrons in long rows of communal tables, and you have the scene set for one hell of a party.
Oktoberfest also offers visitors more than just the beer halls of course, and the fair also has plenty of other attractions: Fairground rides and amusements to keep everyone entertained.
As well as the beer tents you will find food tents, selling traditional German sausage, singing and thigh slapping dances keep you entertained as you sample some of the beers on offer. All of the bars and clubs join in on the fun by having a party night once the beer tents close.
The gay area in Munich is quite small there are 9 gay bars most of them are in the old town as you can see from the map
We have chosen Hotels close to the gay bars that have high reviews,
The best area to stay in Munich is the Innenstadt and is within easy walking distance of most of the city’s shops and bars. Gay life in Munich focuses around the Glockenbachviertel and Sendlinger-Tor-Platz.
Amsterdam is quite compact and is very easy to navigate on foot (just watch out for the bicycles). The main gay areas are in the centre and are within easy walk to most of the hotels below.
Center of nightlife, Station, Marienplatz, Oktoberfest are close. Comfortable beds, original artworks, 3m dinner-table, kitchen, terrace, wifi, homecinema, Amazon Fire TV, Netflix, Hifi stereo soundsystem.
The apartment is on the ground floor of a building from the mid 1800’s offering 84 m2 is ideal for one to four guests visiting Munich for work or pleasure. Walking distance to Sendlinger tor & Marienplatz.
The apartment is right in the heart of Munich. It has a bright living room with dining area, a bedroom and a kitchen with an additional dining table. All rooms are very friendly and bright, everything you need
Beautiful modern apartment with fireplace in the center of Munich. 2 minute from Sendlingertor. the Isartor, Marienplatz, Odeonsplatz,and Gärtnerplatz are all within walking distance (5-15 minutes).
Highlights of a busy Gay Tent at the Oktoberfest in Munich.
We have shortlisted the best hotels close to the gay districts of Glockenbachviertel and Sendlinger-Tor-Platz.
The luxurious rooms and suites of the Bayerischer Hof each feature an original design, ranging from cosmopolitan to colonial style. They all provide high-speed Wi-Fi and air conditioning.