The 16-day folk festival of Oktoberfest runs from mid or late September to the first weekend in October in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. It is attended by more than 6 million people from around the world; the main reasons being beer and women.
Young German women wearing Dirndl, a traditional women's dress of Bavaria serve as waitresses in beer bars during the festival and their bosoms peeking out from their dresses (on purpose, of course) are the major attraction of the festival.
Specially when such pretty attractive women are all around you almost all the time.
But then, who cares?