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Noktoberfest 2014 - Gladstone QLD
 15 Nov, 2014 - 15 Nov, 2014
 Sat 3:00pm - Sat 10:00pm
 Ferguson Park
  Gladstone, QLD

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Back with a new name and claim to fame…. Rotaract Gladstone introduces the much-anticipated NOKTOBERFEST; a festival of beer, music, fun and charity.

 What’s a Noktoberfest you say? It’s an Oktoberfest, but not quite.

What does that mean? Well we wanted to hold it in November, so we can’t very well call it an Oktoberfest can we…That would be LUDICROUS! So we popped an N on the front and continued on our merry way.

 Come and join us for a night of international beers, local music talent and good stein-buckling food as we celebrate the German cultural extravaganza with our own unique spin. Dress decked in your finest faithful German get-up or explore new horizons to create your own interpretation of Noktoberfest-style threads. The power is yours.

 Still need convincing? All event proceeds go towards the Gladstone Literacy Centre (formerly Exodus Tutorial Centre), which provides a supported literacy program for students who have difficulties keeping up with their peers in the classroom. So just by having a few beverages and listening to some great live music you’ll be supporting the work of this amazing organisation. Who said charitable deeds had to be hard!

 Presale tickets can be purchased for $20 from noktoberfest2014.eventbrite.com.au or for $25 at the gate on the day. So buy your tickets now while they’re still cheap.

 Can’t attend Noktoberfest (trust us, you’ll be missing out)? You can still support the Gladstone Literacy Centre using the Donate to The Gladstone Literacy Centre.

 Event Line-Up:

  • The Lyrical
  • Jackson Dunn
  • Die VS City
  • The Shortfall
  • The Bucketseats
  • Strictly Ballroom
  • Nathan Bedford
  • Novocaine


BUY TICKETS HERE

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 Rotary Gladstoneorganiser
 0429 961 687

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All event proceeds go towards the Gladstone Literacy Centre (formerly Exodus Tutorial Centre), which provides a supported literacy program for students who have difficulties keeping up with their peers in the classroom. So just by having a few beverages and listening to some great live music you’ll be supporting the work of this amazing organisation. Who said charitable deeds had to be hard!

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