The annual Rocking the Daisies music festival is set to return for its eleventh year, from October 6 to 9, at Cloof Wine Estate in Darling.
International acts also added to this line-up include Foster the People, Dublin-born, Berlin-based techno producer Matador, and Bristol native Eats Everything.
Numerous award-winning hip hop icon AKA will make his Daisies debut this year. Also giving Daisies 2016 some love with performances on various stages, will be: Grassy Spark, Jimmy Nevis, DJ Invizable Computa General, Trancemicsoul, Killer Robot, Nakahne Toure, Nasty C, Moonchild Sanelly, Thieve, Red Tape Riot, Diamond Thug, F O L L O W E R, SIMMYSIMMYNA, Cassiem Latief, Kyle Mcclean, Lamagier and Tha Cutt with Lee Harvey Oswald.
Revellers will get to experience their electric on-stage performance and magical blend of South African Marabi, Kwela and pop influences, together with the voice and presence of Claire Johnston and the evocative sound of the penny-whistle. With 250 acts expected to partake.
With ten stages, art installations and production design, the festival sets out to cater for just about every kind of fun seeker, from the hard core “I’m not gonna wash for four-days” campers, to the glampers who are all about a hot shower, comfy beds and viewing deck couch service.
Superbalist will be keeping all attendees kitted with the latest festival fashion. Each ticket holder will be treated to a Superbalist voucher to ensure everyone will be on point with the latest in festival trends.
How this year’s #RTD2016 ticketing works:
Each ticket must be assigned to an individual person; multiple tickets cannot be purchased under one name, so make sure that you get your friend’s cellphone number and email address if you will be buying for them.
Interested in luxury accommodation at this year’s Rocking the Daisies? Bookings for The Heartbreak can be done by visiting www.heartbreakmotel.co.za.
“This year marked a decade, and with 22000 fans present, its maturing might was certainly felt. Featuring nine stages and a line-up of international headliners, Cape Town’s best-known festival drew in the crowds,” wrote Christine Hogg of the 2015 festival.