It’s that time of year vibers. The time has come to start saving your money, work overtime, maybe even sell your soul to the highest bidder (jokes), basically do whatever to get your hands on Rocking the Daisies tickets. Keep the weekend open of the 3rd – 6th October 2013 for and explosive music festival.
I must admit with the Early Bird tickets SOLD OUT already, the R600 dent to your wallet might seem steep but it will be worth every penny.Rocking to the tunes of ALT-J at the main stage, stomping to the beats at the electronic stage, with scenic views of Cloof Wine Estate in Darling as the backdrop, what more could you ask for?Looking at Rocking the Daisies website, many things stand out under festival features. For one, the Traders Market. When you lil just too tired from rocking it out you can stop at the Traders Market and find anything from onsies to wigs. Now while admiring items at the Traders Market you suddenly realize you’ve run out of cash (been spending too much money on booze ye?) and you just have to buy this purple wig. No worries, the organisers of Rocking the Daisies have this covered. ATM’S will be provided so you can buy yourself that purple wig and maybe even some more booze. I was at an outdoor festival recently and although I had an amazing time, I was disappointed when I ran out of moola and found out, to my dismay, that there were no ATM’s. So ATM’s is always a plus. I’ve only just mentioned two features that will add to your rocking experience. You will find features such as food village. Daisy den, kids playground, wine tasting, sponsors activation, rugby at daisies, art field installation and green village.I could ramble on and on about the amazing time you will have at Rocking the Daisies (blah, blah, blah). Instead of taking my word for it, why not experience it yourself?
Being a student and always being afforded the “privilege” of being broke, I plan to grovel my brother to buy my tickets and I’ll spare my pennies for cheap wine. I definitely plan to rock my daisy.
Later days, xoxo….
Tickets will be available in the following outlets:
1) Gypsy, 285A Long Street, Cape Town
2) Gypsy, 147 Dorp Street, Stellenbosch
3) Gypsy, Main Road, Kalk Bay
4) Zebra, Corner of Wellington & Chenoweth Street, Durbanville