Over the weekend people turned up in the hundreds over Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the dress frills and dancing thrills all day, with plenty of entertainment for all ages even the rain couldn’t dampen the vibe.
The grass area was jam packed with old school rides from customs, hot rods and street machines to new and vintage custom bikes.
Alongside the cars there were trade stands from end to end with all things from high tech engine componentry, live pinstriping to designer pin up clothing with all the glitz and glamour. There was an amazing art exhibition held in the mix of it all, all art created by local artists with that cool custom car theme of everything low brow.
Some of our local guru’s standing out from the crowd one being Kaneo’s Custom Kreations live demonstrating his skills on the brush and selling some great art, the other Ange ‘Bettie Butcher’ the hostess with the mostess.
Bettie always bringing style and flare to the kustom kulture scene, she wrangled the greatest number of pinups to the stage at one time for a pic during the day’s competition.
The best seat in the house was all alongside the dance floor, where there was every food truck you could imagine and a big sit-down bar.
Dancing went into the night while many watched on in ore as the rock’n’roll turned to jive and the smiles were endless, felt like time stood still while they cut up a rug.
GreazeFest was all about embracing the era of fun, fashion and cool cars, cant wait for next years already.
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