Oktoberfest moves to pnc field for weekend of eclectic german fare, brews and gamesPA Oktoberfest found a new home for the classic German food, wiener dog races and seasonal beers fans have come to expect from the annual festival. This year, the event moves to PNC Field, Moosic, after six years at Mohegan Sun Pocono in Plains Twp. The action will take place around the baseball stadium’s concourse as well as on the field.
Organizers for the 2017 Pennsylvania Oktoberfest from left: Rob Miller, director of strategic marketing for Times Shamrock Communications, Jim Tunison, corporate partnership executive for the RailRiders, Ian Lopera, marketing and events coordinator for Times Shamrock Communications, Josh Olerud, RailRiders team president and C.O.O., Katie Beekman, vice president of marketing and corporate services for the RailRiders, Rich Kloss, general manager of Legends Hospitality, and Barry Snyder,...
PAOktoberfest found a new home for the classic German food, wiener dog races and seasonal beers fans have come to expect from the annual festival. This year, the event moves to PNC Field, Moosic, after six years at Mohegan Sun Pocono in Plains Twp. The action will take place around the baseball stadium’s concourse as well as on the field.
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