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Rocking quickie: We talk baby wipes and duct tape

2014-09-29 11:02

Cape Town - We can see it approaching like a rolling thunderstorm. Flashing and roaring on the horizon as it rumbles towards us.

And we can't wait to get drenched by the amazingness that is Rocking the Daisies.

With absolutely perfect weather predicted for the annual music fest we are gearing up for an epic time.

To get us in the mood so long we cornered the guys from Early Hours for a quickie!

What’s a quickie? It’s 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.

What's your favourite thing to eat at a festival?

Pad Thai noodles. Our relationship in the band is pretty much built around all things "Simply Asian". At Daisies last year there was a stand selling it but the queue was so long we didn't manage to get any. So if we get in there this year then it could be the best Daisies ever.

What's your festival drink of choice?

Nothing beats wrapping our lips round a cool Mexican Coke. But there's also always space for some Champagne & Orange Juice. It contains all the necessary food groups.

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

Baby wipes. They're the duct tape of festivals. Fix everything.

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

We're loving Beatenberg's new album so they're high up on the list. We'll also be up front for Shortstraw, John Wizards, Jeremy Loops and Al Bairre. Who needs international acts anyway?

When and where will you be performing at the festival?

Get your morning dose of Early Hours on Saturday morning at 10:00 on the Hemp Stage. Proven by Ancient Chinese healers to cure hangovers, homesickness, and morning munchies.


*Rocking the Daisies takes place from 2 - 5 October at the Cloof Wine Estate in the Western Cape.

*If you can't make it to #RTD2014 and you live in Jozi then you should definitely get tickets to Vodacom in the City on 3 October.

- Channel24

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