Paulaner Bier Returns as German Fest Denver 2015 Beer Sponsor

Prost!

Great German Festival atmosphere with authentic German food, music and of course German bier garten awaits you July 17-19 2015 @ Civic Green Park in Highlands Ranch, Colorado

Paulander bier tents

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8th Annual German Fest Denver Offer Early Signup Discounts for Sponsors & Vendors

German Fest Denver is Family Fun for the Kids & German Food & Beverages for the Adults

packed bier garten...Activities for the kids, as well as for adults with authentic German food, bier, music and dancing !

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German Fest Denver 2014 Pictures Now Online

2014 festival proved to successful and lots of fun

having fun with cutouts ...The 7th Annual German Fest Denver 2014 was expanded to 3 days for the 1st time at Civic Green Park in Highlands Ranch, Colorado – location for the 8th Annual German Fest Denver 2015 – July 17th – 19th.

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German Fest Denver 2015 is on it’s way

July 17-19th at Civic Green Park, Highlands Ranch, Colorado

monkey fun!

More fun – awesome fun for the entire family including the kids – than a barrel of monkey!

Drone View of the park location for German Fest Denver 2015

Discounts for web sponsors, event sponsors and event vendors with early commitment!

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Thanks to Sponsors, Volunteers & Patrons of German Fest Denver 2014

7th Annual German Festival in Civic Green Park, Highlands Ranch, CO a success!

German Festival Dancers...

Our heart felt thanks goes out to all the sponsors and volunteers and patrons of the 7th Annual German Fest Denver recently held July 19th – 20th 2014 at Civic Green Park in Highlands Ranch, CO.

This year’s German Festival was larger and better than the previous years and we are thankful the Colorado region received it so well.  The German food was extrordinary and German music exceptional, as was the German bier Paulaner!

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Food & Beer Servers Needed German Fest Denver July 18-20 2014 Highlands Ranch Colorado

Work for tips and at least 21 years old with est attendance at 6,000 over 3-day event

Bier Garten

The 7th annual German Fest Denver needs food+beer servers 4 tips (must be at least 21 years old), at the Bier Garten July 18-20th at the beautiful & spacious Highlands Ranch Civic Green Park. This 3-day family event est attend is 6K so there’s serious fun$ offered!

Loving that Paulaner German Bier!

Authentic German Food that was crowd pleaser/favorite in 2013 and Paulaner German Beer, also pop/water/lemonade will be offered.

Authentic German Food

See events page, food menu page and hours, and then contact Greg 720.288.4071 or Bernie 303.985.0533 ASAP or by email from website!

People loved the German food ...

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German Traditional Clothing Costumes Gets German Fest Denver $2.00 Entry Discount

Put on your fun self and lets have fun!

Traditional German Clothing

Personal fashion in Germany is known as ‘Tracht’ which became popular around 1813, in the form of an individual’s wardrobe and personal appearance, as a way of presenting one’s place of origin, marital status, ethnic background or their vocation or social role in life.

Also known as Altdeutsche Tracht, “old German” dress or costume (also known as Deutsche Nationaltracht, “German national costume”). Today Tracht describes any garment reminiscent of the attire of regional German communities.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Altdeutsche_Tracht

In northern Germany some of the best known examples are the “Friesische Tracht” and the Finkenwerder Tracht. The “Friesische Tracht” is richly decorated with beads and embroidery.

The Tracht of southern Germans and Austria has inspired an entirely new fashion style, called Landhausmode (Country Estate Style). Landhausmode, influenced by the costumes of the farmers, peasants and rural people, and characterized by the use of linen, loden (a traditional type of felt that has recently[when?] gained popularity worldwide) and embroidery.

Southern Germany, Bavaria and Austria, it is still acceptable to wear ‘tracht’ on official occasions like weddings, festivals, etc.

Costumes worn by professional guilds are also called “Tracht”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tracht

Vests are a part of the traditional German man’s wardrobe with colorful trimmings and embroidery.

Forms of clothing varies and are based on regional preferences and customs. An example would be the Loden cape, which is a heavy duty cloak or coat.

German males of the Alpine, Bavaria and the cities wore lederhosen (translates to knee-length trousers or short- leather pants in German), to work and leisure activities

German head dress also differs from German region to region and depends on the occasion. An example is the Alpine hat, with a short brim, also known as the Tyrolean hat is made of felt with a thin cord or braid around the base of the crown. Feathers can be used for decorating. With most German hats, the hat is one size smaller than the individual’s actual hat size, so the hat sits on the head, rather than over it.

The Miesbacher hat is another style, with a complete round but short brim with a rounded top. This is a very regional style coming from a town in Bavaria.

For the Women – Originally, the dirndl was the uniform of the Austrian servants. It’s a close-fitting bodice combined with an apron in a different color. Sometimes its sleeveless and worn with a cotton and lace blouse, sometimes it features sleeves and a high neck.

more on traditional German wardrobe and costumes here …

 http://www.everyculture.com/Ge-It/Germany.html

 http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_German_Traditional_dress

 http://www.germanculture.com.ua/library/weekly/aa073100a.htm

http://www.ehow.com/about_6305612_traditional-german-clothing-dress.html

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Boker Manufacturing Becomes Proud Sponsor of German Fest Denver 2014

High quality German knives...

German knives

Boker, is headquartered in Solingen, Germany, and becomes a proud sponsor of German Fest Denver 2014 – July 18-20th in Civic Green Park, Highlands Ranch, Colorado.

Böker traces its origin to the 17th century as a tool maker in Germany graduating to swords and blades by the 1800s.

The company claims it was producing 2000 sabres a week by 1839 for use in various wars. By the 1860s the company had fractured with a branch of the family emigrating to North America and setting up plants in Canada, US and Mexico.

The German and North American factories produced similar knives and used the “Tree Brand” trademark. The American facilities were later closed.  

In  World War II the  main Solingen factory was destroyed and rebuilt in the 1950s. In 1986, Boker USA, was re-established in Lakewood near Denver, Colorado as the U.S. facility & American headquarters.

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Paulaner Bier to Sponsor 7th Annual German Fest Denver – Civic Green Park July 18-20th

World famous German Bier brewed in Munich Germany since 1634

7th Annual German Fest Denver – 2014,  is pleased to announce Paulaner Bier will be a proud sponsor of the Denver German Festival for the 2nd year in a row! Colorado is invited to attend this fun family event with lots of activities for the kids! Kids 12 & younger admitted free.

Paulander Bier Sponsor - Denver German Festival

Prost!

 

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Channel 9 – KUSA Joins 7th Annual German Fest Denver – 2014 as Major Sponsor

KUSA - Channel 9 logo

We look forward to sharing the fun with KUSA – Channel 9’s news anchors and station staff!

Channel 9 – KUSA (Owned by the Gannett Company), is the NBC-affiliated television station in Denver, Colorado – See their Wikipedia entry here. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KUSA_%28TV%29

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