Visitors to CamperJam, a weekend event taking place at Weston Park, Staffordshire, England from 20-22 June dedicated to owners and lovers of Volkswagen vans, will have the chance to see and buy tickets for a special 1965 `split-screen' Transporter known as The Who Magic Bus.
The vehicle has been donated by Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles and liveried by Richard Evans, art director for legendary rock band The Who, and it is being raffled to raise funds for UK charity, Teenage Cancer Trust (TCT). The unique 1965 van features The Who's famous target logo and Union Jack roof, together with images of the original band members, including Keith Moon and John Entwistle.
Tickets can be purchased from www.thewhomagicbus.com and cost 5 each. All entrants receive a free download of a previously unreleased live performance of `Magic Bus' by The Who. Tickets for CamperJam and full information of the weekend's activities are available from www.camperjam.co.uk.
Inspiration for the competition stems from a successful collaboration between The Who and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles last year, which resulted in a special live performance by the band at a celebration of 60 years of the Volkswagen Transporter.