Cape Town - Rocking the Daisies announced the full line-up for #RTD2015 on Friday, which features a stellar list of artists set to keep the energy pumping day and night.
The festival will be taking place at Cloof Wine Estate from 1-4 October in Darling, Western Cape.
Boasting a massive international offering, ranging from The Kooks, Milky Chance and The Cat Empire who are set to rock the main stage, to Krafty Kuts, Scuba and Porter Robinson (live) who will drop the deepest bass at the #HuaweiCultureClub Electronic Dome and Thomas Jack and Vintage Culture at the Caribbean Twist Beach Bar - this year’s event is going to be bigger than ever before, seeing the launch of three new stages and an exciting surprise planned for Saturday 3 October.
Having already sold 94% of the tickets, now is the time to get yours, from www.rockingthedaisies.com at R950 (ex. booking fee). You can also purchase tickets using the exclusive Mobicred option, at R93 a month.
Bussing to Daisies tickets are now on sale, starting from R100, departing from the Cape Town International Airport and the V&A Waterfront. Return tickets are available for R180.
Daisies fans are now able to upgrade their tickets to Daisies PLUS, at an additional cost of R850. This ticket option comes with a separate entrance and parking area at the festival, access to a controlled private camping area (tents not included), private bar, lounge/chill area as well as private showers and toilets.
Afraid to leave valuables in your tent during #RTD2015? Why not rent out a locker from R150-R300.
This year the festival has also brought back the Rocking WC’s at R200 a pop, with guaranteed hot showers, hair and make-up trailer for ladies, and a games area.
For those interested in attending the festival with their camper vans, tickets are now on sale for R1 650 (ex booking fees).
Pack light, pre-order your drinks (wine, beer or Brutal Fruit) and pick them up when you get to the festival.
For more information on the festival visit their website or Facebook page.
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