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The narrow streets near Vienna’s cathedral are sprinkled with old-fashioned shops that seem to belong to another era — just the place to pick out an elegant dirndl.
Men sport tuxedos or dinner jackets, and while some women opt for evening dirndls in honor of Austrian tradition, most wear chiffon gowns in a rainbow of colors.
Listen for live music from The Squeezettes, German food selections and games such as hammerschlagen and a lederhosen/dirndl contest.
The men's stein-holding contest takes place at 2:30 p.m. with the women's stein-holding contest and the lederhosen/dirndl contest starting around 4:30 p.m. Visit www.
Raise an Oktoberfest Stein Don your dirndl for a traditional Oktoberfest celebration, like the one at Alpine Village, which bills itself as L.A.’s oldest and biggest, running September 8 to October 28.
And the narrow streets near Vienna's cathedral are sprinkled with old-fashioned shops that seem to belong to another era — just the place to pick out an elegant dirndl.
Wear lederhosen or a dirndl and the first beer is free.
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Origin and Etymology of dirndl
First Known Use: 1937See Words from the same year
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