October is here! We’ve got the best Oompah bands for your virtual Oktoberfest

German Jukebox

Ok, so the real Oktoberfest may be cancelled this year, but that’s not going to stop you having a virtual Oktoberfest is it? Check out our selection of the best Oompah bands for your next zoom party.

London-based German Jukebox are a young and energetic Oompah band specialising in giving pop songs a Bavarian twist. Whether it’s Robbie Williams or Pharrell Williams, no artist is safe from being Oompah’d! Complete with full Lederhosen outfits, this band is a sure fire way to give your event a German feel.

The Jager Maestros Oompah Band

The Jager Maestros Oompah Band are a unique Oompah and Brass band in Manchester. With a set list boasting covers of Purple Rain and Bohemian Rhapsody, these guys really bring the anthems to any Oktoberfest event.

The Bavarian Strollers

If a more traditional affair is your thing, check out The Bavarian Strollers. Hailed as one of the best traditional Oompah bands in London, The Bavarian Strollers have a wealth of experience in delivering a truly authentic experience. As their name suggests, they can perform strolling or on stage.

The Oomparty Band

The Oomparty Band are a party-loving, lederhosen-donning, Bavarian-themed party band based in Birmingham. Featuring stomping brass and percussion, this band has the moves and the rhythm to get everyone going. The Oomparty Band are experts at creating Oompah arrangements of classic throwback anthems from the 80s and 90s, making them one of the most popular party bands in the West Midlands all year round.

With a name like Prostbusters you know you’re in for a good time with this next band. Based between London and Buckinghamshire, Prostbusters can perform a wide range of styles, from traditional Oompah performing Bavarian drinking songs to instrumental pop covers and even Christmas songs. They’re also able to offer a standard party band. So if you’re looking for an Oompah band in the South East, who you gonna call? Prostbusters!

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