Sierra Nevada Brewing Company will hold 'royal wedding' at this year's Oktoberfest

Sierra Nevada Brewing Company is throwing a 'Royal Wedding' for one lucky couple.

Posted: Jul 25, 2019 3:00 PM
Updated: Jul 25, 2019 4:55 PM

BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - Sierra Nevada Brewing Company is throwing a "Royal Wedding" for one lucky couple.

This is going to be an all-expense paid wedding to one couple at their Oktoberfest event. 

The brewery is holding its 10th annual Oktoberfest in Chico this year. 

The celebration takes people back in time to the first Oktoberfest held in Munich in 1810. That event was held to celebrate the marriage of Crown Prince Ludwig of Bavaria and Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen.

So, this year one lucky couple will be getting their own “Royal Wedding.”

“So you just show up with your 50 guests and we will give you food and drink and dancing, wedding cake, flowers videos photos the works," said Robin Gregory of Sierra Nevada Brewery. 

The winners also get two round trip tickets to Chico, transportation from the airport, and a honeymoon suite before and after the wedding.

The date of the wedding will be September 27, on the first night of the festival.

To enter, participants need to make a short video - one minute or less - explaining why they are the perfect couple.

The contest is open now through Aug. 15.

The brewery includes the following in the wedding:

  • Food, drink and entertainment for the couple and 50 guests
  • VIP area
  • Flowers
  • Wedding cake
  • Photos
  • Video
  • Transportation to and from Chico for the couple
  • Accommodations for couple
  • Wedding ceremony live on stage in front of 3,200 guests

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