Rocking the Daisies Turns 13!
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | September 13, 2018
The 13th edition of Rocking the Daisies is just around the corner. To all our friends who are playing at or attending the festival, Paul Bothner Music hopes you have a great weekend.
Rocking the Daisies Music and Lifestyle Festival is the biggest festival of its kind in South Africa. This year marks the 13th edition of this iconic festival.
When: 5-7 October 2018
Where: Cloof Wine Estate
R315, Darling, Cape Town, 7806
Cost: Tickets start at R595
Rocking the Daisies is known to sell out long before the festival starts. So be sure to get your tickets early if you want to attend.
What to Expect
“From comedy, art, film and music, to a variety of multi-faceted and multi-sensory experiences, festival goers expect an action-packed weekend of camping (luxury camping options available), good times, making incredible memories, the best in local and international entertainment and more.”
Year after year, the Rocking the Daisies line-up seems to get just a little more epic. With over 80 local and international artists, you can be sure that you will not be disappointed.
Highlights for this year’s line-up include American melodic rapper 6lack (pronounced Black), indie R’nB duo Majid Jordan, Reeps One, Tom Grennan, Gus Dapperton, Mura Masa, GoldLink, and more.
“Featuring nine stages and a line-up of international headliners, Cape Town’s best-known festival drew in the crowds.” Read Christine Hogg’s review of Rocking the Daisies.
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