Volkswagen Beetles from all generations on the Baltic Sea Shores







Published by Gerald Ferreira Date: July 10, 2013
Categories: Volkswagen, Volkswagen Beetle

On August 17, the ninth Beetle Sunshine Tour kicks off Special guests: The “Voice of Germany” duo Nathalie Dorra and Ole “Soul” Feddersen, arriving in a new Beetle Cabriolet

Wolfsburg/Travemuende, 10 July 2013 - Summer can now begin: The ninth Beetle Sunshine Tour takes place on August 17. It is the largest gathering of fans of all 'round' Volkswagen models (Beetle, New Beetle and The Beetle). Special guests: The Luebeck-based “Voice of Germany” duo Nathalie Dorra and Ole “Soul” Feddersen, who will be performing at this open air party in Travemuende.

Nathalie and Ole live in Lübeck and are taking part in the Beetle Sunshine Tour for the first time. The two are members of Udo Linden-berg's “Panik family” and played roles in the successful production “MTV Unplugged. Udo Lindenberg – Live from the Hotel Atlantic,” for which they received a Platinum award. They join the starting line in the new Beetle Cabriolet. With more than 2,000 visitors, the tour is the largest private meeting of Beetle lovers of all three Volkswagen generations.

The “most beautiful beach Beetle” will also be chosen from among the hundreds of round Volkswagen vehicles hailing from six decades, which are expected from all across Europe to come to the event. One of the specialties of the Sunshine Tour is that not only the visitors put on fancy costumes but the cars do as well. Whether glamour Beetle, rock 'n' roll Beetle, wedding Beetle, beach Beetle, 007 Beetle or Charleston Beetle – the subject is free of choice, the best idea and realization wins the title.

On a second stage, a trio is having its grand debut: The new iBeetle from Volkswagen, which has its European premiere at the event, will be presented alongside the Beetle Cabrio Exclusive of Volkswagen R GmbH, and the Beetle GSR, in a limited edition of only 3,500 vehicles.

The Beetle Sunshine Tour starts off at the Volkswagen Centre in Lübeck (beginning on 17 August at noon, 12:00) and leads to Bruegmann¬garten in Travemuende, where the program kicks off at 2:00 p.m.