There are few shows on the circuit that create the buzz that Freak Show does each year. This late-season event was designed to create memories that will take you through a cold winter and all of the way into Spring. Leave the kids at home, then come enjoy this hard-core weekend party. Show promoters Glenn & Mike Pilgreen, along with the help from an army of friends and family, have packed this show with action from start to finish. The show opened Thursday night at midnight and the line waiting to get inside told us how popular this event really is. Camping on-site gave our wallets a break and kept us in the middle of the action all weekend. Saturday night activities are legendary and x-rated. The Freaky Nights nightclub was new this year, and stayed open until 5 a.m. More than $5,000 went to lucky winners of a dozen different contests throughout the weekend and 400 drivers went home with trophies at theaward ceremony.
Name: Freak Show
Location: Wilson County Fairgrounds, Wilson, North Carolina.
Dates: October 12-15, 2006
Total vehicles in attendance: 1,750
Spectator Attendance: More than 6,000
-6th Annual Show
-This year, it will be on Halloween weekend (October 26-28) with a Halloween theme and expanded camping facilities
-Both indoor and outdoor display spaces were available
-The 'Derby Pit' was the perfect opportunity to test your freestyle dirt moves
-Glenn Pilgreen proposed to Susan, his girlfriend of two years, on stage.
-The Saturday night entertainment is legendary!
Events: Beer pong teams competed throughout the weekend. Saturday night activities included a dance contest, a human beat box, a beer-pitcher chug, a freestyle rap competition, a lingerie tour, a wet T-shirt competition, bikinis, and a lot more opportunities for the ladies to entertain the crowd and win cash. Sunday saw the burnout competition, dodge ball in the mud, and a freestyle dirt derby.
Sponsors: DropJaw magazine and DropJaw Clothing.
Vendors: DropJaw magazine, Drop 'em Wear?, Autoshows.cc, Downsouth Entertainment, Ocean Audio and Video, Graphic Hut, Colortyme Custom Wheels, and Air Grafixxx.
Contact for future events: Go to www.dropjawmag.com, or call Glenn at (252) 258-2524.
This slammed and suicided, silver and blue S-10 is owned by Jason Jones from Greenville, N
A shaved clean and sprayed green S-10 from Guru Designs.
Beer pong was a favorite throughout the weekend with free beer, 32 teams, and cash prizes
Kevin Ellis representing Railin' Havoc from Monks Corner, South Carolina, brought out his
Show promoter, Glenn Pilgreen proposed to Susan on stage. Congratulations!
Jennifer was the star of the late-night entertainment.
Performance FX from Winston, Salem, just hanging out and enjoying Freak Show.
Tuckin' big wheels, a full-length sliding rag, shaved clean, and a huge cowl induction hoo
Tripp Flowers is the proud owner of this Candy True Blue Ford Ranger that was 'bagged and
This brought back memories of camping out at the old West Coast truck runs.
More than 6,000 spectators enjoyed this year's Freak Show.
Kenny Hester's '00 Nissan Frontier had been 'bagged and body-dropped and rollin' on a 18/1