- Where and when is VW Whitenoise 2017?
- What tickets do I need?
- Can I come for the day?
- How much are Camping Tickets?
- What is the difference between camping areas?
- Can I bring my caravan?
- Do you have a 2017 site map?
- Opening times for camping?
- Is their Blue Badge Camping/Parking?
- Can I bring my own alcohol?
- Can we have barbecues and open fires?
- Do we need to bring food?
- Is electric hook-up available?
- Are their Elsan facilities?
- Are petrol generators allowed?
- Can I bring my dog?
- When will I get my tickets?
- I am arriving later than my friends on the Friday…
- How to I enter my motor in the Otherness Competition on the Saturday?
- How do I enter my motor in the Sunday Show n Shine?
- I want info on the Retro and Custom Bicycle Competition
- How much is an Autojumble pitch at Whitenoise?
- Is this a family friendly festival?
- What free entertainment is on?
Where and when is VW Whitenoise 2017?
It is back at Euston Park near Thetford from 3rd – 6th August 2017. Camping Tickets are available, pre-book only, for 3 nights (3-6 August – these have almost completely sold out) or for 2 nights (4-6 August) or for the day on Saturday 4th or Sunday 5th August 2017. Buy tickets hereBack to Index
What tickets do I need?
Earlybird Tickets sold out in a record breaking 19 hours. Buy your Low Price tickets quick here for Friday – Sunday. The limited Thursday-Sunday tickets are now at the final Saver price tier and will sell out quickly.
Adults 16 yrs.+ and Children 3-15 yrs. Under 3’s are FREE and do not require a ticket. Well-behaved dogs (kept on leads and cleaned up after) are FREE and do not need a ticket. Discounted advance Family Tickets (two adults and two children) are on sale for a limited time only in the earlybird and low price brackets only.
You buy either three night (3rd-6th August – almost sold out) or two night (4th-6th August) per person tickets.
Your Camping Pitch price is set by the length of your vehicle e.g. either less than 5m length (this would cover a VW camper van and can include a trailer tent/tent) or more than 5m (e.g. a motorhome). Caravan Camping Pitch passes cover the vehicle towing it too. If you are arriving on foot or pedalling to us you do not need a Camping Pitch Pass.
Camping pitch passes are only valid with the correct per person tickets. You can buy Camping Pitch passes on the gate during the weekend but they will cost more. Thursday is pre-book camping only.
We do not mark out pitches as we have 110 acres. We are proud of the generous space we offer you to camp in. You can camp next to your vehicle.Back to Index
Can I come for the day?Back to Index
How much are Camping Tickets?
Price info here. You can join us for either 3 nights, 3-6 August, or 2 nights camping 4-6 August 2017. Ticket prices increase as we get nearer the event. We reward early support, thank-you! We sold out of 3 night camping tickets by May last year so do be quick. Earlybirds sold out in a record breaking 19 hours. Thanks for all the support!Back to Index
What is the difference between camping areas?
- Family/Quiet Area – 2130 noise curfew. You must arrive together to camp together in this area.
- General - a fuller festival experience. You must arrive together to camp together in this area. Noise curfew is midnight. NO independent sound systems at ANY time on any of the camping areas or booming car/van stereos. Midnight noise curfew.
- VW Club – for members of Volkswagen Clubs so they can camp together. Midnight noise curfew. Minimum of 10 camping pitches must be pre-booked to qualify for a plot.
- Autojumble – For those who want to sell their secondhand vehicle parts. Not for commercial traders. Midnight noise curfew.
Please select General when buying your tickets for either Blue Badge Camping or the Bell Tent Village (you need to pre-book your Bell Tent with Magical Camping.)Back to Index
Can I bring my caravan?
Yes. Caravans are welcome at Whitenoise and we provide Elsan facilities. A caravan pass currently costs £15, this includes the vehicle towing it. There is not a separate area for caravans, you are parked in order of arrival.Back to Index
Do you have a 2017 site map?
Our updated site map for 2017 isn’t quite ready but this snip of the 2016 map shows you where the camping areas are in relation to the main arena. The blue badge area will down the far left of the map, on flat land close to the main arena. Thanks for your patience.
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Opening times for camping?
Thursday 3rd August – 4pm-10pm (pre-book tickets only)
Friday 4th August – noon-10pm
Saturday 5th August- 10am-1pm
Everyone off site and heading home by 5pm Sunday 6th August
Please do not turn up hours in advance of these times as it contributes to traffic issues. Thanks for your common sense.Back to Index
Is their Blue Badge Camping/Parking?
The terrain at Euston Park is quite hilly but the main arena and the majority of activities are on the flatter part of the site. Entrance for disabled day visitors will be sign-posted. This parking is on the lower, flatter part of the site and it’s approx. 300-400m walk to the main arena from here. We have disabled loo and shower facilities. Watch our event video here to see the site.
Blue badge holders attending for the weekend can select any of the camping sites on the day (please display your Blue Badge clearly in your windscreen) and are also welcome to camp along past the black wrought iron gates to the Hall. This area is flat and close to the main arena. This will be marked on our Site Map, coming shortly. Buy a General Camping ticket (your blue badge will mean you can choose where is best for you on arrival or head to a designated area near the main arena.)Back to Index
Can I bring my own alcohol?
Yep, you can bring a small supply of alcohol for your weekend.This is not expected to be excessive and must NOT be in glass containers. You are allowed to bring your alcohol into our main arena but please support our lovely Light Bar too. We stock a wide selection of real ales, local cider, spirits + wine and prosecco and will have a new design cup for 2017.
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Can we have barbecues and open fires?
NO open fires. Barbecues allowed as long as ‘off the ground’ e.g. use bricks to place a disposable barbecue on. Dispose of coals safely and only once completely cold.Back to Index
Do we need to bring food?
No! We can feed and water you rather well with an amazing selection of good quality caterers with high health and hygiene ratings. Our food selection sets us apart from other events and small Festivals with plenty of vegetarian, dairy and gluten-free options. We have an onsite convenience store too.Back to Index
Is electric hook-up available?
Nope. There’s no electric hook-up at our rural site.Back to Index
Are their Elsan facilities?
Yep. These will be marked on our site map, coming shortly…Back to Index
Are petrol generators allowed?
No, no petrol generators are allowed on site.Back to Index
Can I bring my dog?
We welcome well-behaved pooches. They must be kept on leads at all times and cleaned up after. They are not allowed in Planet Kids or on the Football Pitches.Back to Index
When will I get my tickets?
Camping Tickets are physical paper tickets. These are posted out to you by See Tickets a week or two prior to the event. Checkout See Tickets FAQ’s for answers to common ticketing questions or call See Tickets direct 24/7 on 0871 220 0260 (calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras).Back to Index
I am arriving later than my friends on the Friday…
If you have a partner or friend arriving to set-up camp before you on the Friday 5th August and you don’t need your vehicle we are trialling a NEW weekend Car Parking Pass. These start from just £3 if booked in advance. The Car Park will be open from noon til 9pm on the Friday only.
You can access your vehicle to leave on the Saturday between 10am- 6pm or Sunday between 9am-5pm. If this trial is popular we will consider extending it for 2018. We hope this helps you and saves you money. Please follow the signs for Day Parking on the Friday.Back to Index
How to I enter my motor in the Otherness Competition on the Saturday?
All the info is here folks. Hope you can join us!Back to Index
How do I enter my motor in the Sunday Show n Shine?Back to Index
I want info on the Retro and Custom Bicycle Competition
The Retro and Custom Bicycle Competition, with a £200 cash prize, takes place on Saturday 5th August 2017 at Euston Park. Fancy entering? More details hereBack to Index
How much is an Autojumble pitch at Whitenoise?
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Is this a family friendly festival?
Yes! And we do not say that lightly! Watch our video as evidence!
We have tons of free stuff for the little ones, from FREE plastic trombone workshops to pottery making, and a dedicated marquee and outdoor performances for the all the family in Planet Kids. We also have a funfair, fantastic food options (we encourage our caterers to offer reduced children’s portions), bouncy castles, a specific quiet/family camping area etc… Read independent family reviews here.Back to Index
What free entertainment is on?
The entertainment is free and included with all camping tickets. We have already booked some of the Planet Kids area favourites, including the aerialism performances, FunForce and NEW Puppet Theatre performances. We’re close to announcing many bands. DJ Cheeba is our first exciting booking. Find out more hereBack to Index