The iconic camper van was very much the star of the show at the first VW White Noise event to be held at Euston Park last weekend.
Thousands of VW enthusiasts gathered in the beautiful parklands to enjoy a three day festival of music, camping, cars, campervans and theatre.
There was a sunset performance from the Lost in Translation Circus, fire breathing sculptures from Chris Day of Halesworth, soul, dance music and the Guerrilla Dining experience from Mark Matless. There was also music from Killamonjambo performing with a Kasabian Tribute band.
Children enjoyed campervan and clay making, party dance, tricky cycles and a free roller rink and on Sunday VWs starred in the Show and Shine competition.
Organisers Neil and Lucy Haughey said they were delighted with the new venue and how the weekend had gone. “It went very well and we had between 5,000 and 6,000 camping and a healthy turn out on the day entry. We have a great relationship with the estate manager and the Duke of Grafton and people loved the atmosphere of the park,” said Lucy.
Whitenoise has been running for 12 years and has previously been staged at the Norfolk Showground and Fritton Lake