Rocking quickie: We talk about flippin’ delicious ice cream with Al Bairre

2014-09-22 15:16

Cape Town – Rocking the Daisies 2014 (RTD) is so close we can almost taste it.

Just a few more sleeps before we get to chill out at the Cloof Wine Estate outside Darling in the Western Cape.

To get us in the mood we cornered some of our favourite bands/DJs from this year’s line-up for a quickie.

What’s that you might ask? Well, a Channel24 quickie is a brief or spontaneous episode consisting of five frisky questions in which celebs and Channel24 have a brief frolic leaving all parties involved feeling satisfied and craving a cigarette.

First up we have the extremely amazing Al Bairre:

What’s your favourite thing to eat at a music festival?

Those flippin’ delicious ice creams with the fudge and the brownies and the flake and the Smarties all in a cup. We hit that stall every day.

What’s your festival drink of choice?

A white wine papsak. It’s easy to carry and when it’s finished you can blow it up and use it as a pillow.

What’s the most important thing you’ll be packing for RTD?

Our swim trunks and a keen sense of adventure.

Who are you most looking forward to see perform at the festival?

Everyone. I would even go so far as to say that I think we are equally, if not more excited to watch some of the local acts than we are for the internationals.

When and where will you be performing at the festival?

We will be performing on Friday at the Main Stage at 15:00. We have some sneaky surprise guests joining us for a few songs so maybe just don’t go to work on Friday.

Get everything and anything you want to know about Rocking the Daisies right here.

Make sure you follow Channel24 on Instagram as we party up a storm at the Daisies this year.

- Channel24

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