Summer is still here, but that hasn’t stopped the Alpen Schuhplattlers from getting ready for Oktoberfest season. We are dancing up a storm this month! Here’s our public performance schedule:
German Alliance Luncheon, August 26, 12:00 pm at Teutonia Männerchor
World Kaleidoscope, August 27, 2:00 pm at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Main (Oakland), 4400 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213. We’re performing in the Quiet Reading Room on the first floor.
Erie German Heritage Festival, September 2-3 at St. Nick’s Grove, 5131 Old French Rd., Erie, PA 16509. Performance times: Sat. 1:30pm & 4:00pm; Sun. 1:00pm & 3:30pm. This fun festival features German beer, vendors, food, kid’s activities, and music … plus the Schuhplattlers! Make it a day trip and join us under the fest tent.
Join the Alpen Schuhplattlers for an evening of dancing and music as we celebrate our 53rd anniversary! The festivities feature dance performances by the Alpen Schuhplattlers and music by the Youngstown Saxon Brass Band. Our famous gift and 50/50 raffles will be back!
Saturday, April 22, 2017
8:00 PM – Midnight Teutonia Männerchor 857 Phineas Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Tickets are just $12 adults/$6 kids 12 and under. Dinner is available in the Ratskellar for a separate charge.
Interested? Contact Marina at 412-491-0577 or email@example.com.
The Alpen Schuhplattlers will appear at the Harmony Museum’s annual Weihnachtsmarkt (traditional German Christmas Market) on November 12th and 13th. Watch us perform traditional German folk dances in the fest tent, then stay the rest of the day to listen to German bands, enjoy delicious German food and drink, and do some holiday shopping!
Oktoberfest at the Teutonia Männerchor is open to the public this weekend and the Alpen Schuhplattlers are ready to celebrate! We’re dancing on Friday 10/7/16 and Saturday 10/8/16 at 8:00 PM in the Fest Tent.
Daily admission is just $10. Be sure to stop by our food booth for a pretzel!
On Saturday 10/8/16 at 11:00 AM, we’ll be marching in the Columbus Day Parade on Liberty Avenue in Bloomfield (Pittsburgh’s “Little Italy”). We represent Germany in this celebration of Pittsburgh’s ethnic heritage!