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ROCKING THE DAISIES 2017 HITS 75% SOLD-OUT MILESTONE

With just over six weeks to go before Rocking the Daisies 2017 kicks off the summer festival season from 5-8 October, phase 3 tickets are already 75% sold out! The festival is going for its fastest sell out to date.

Catch Flume (DJ set), Two Door Cinema Club, Black Coffee, The Naked and Famous, Joey Bada$$, Cassper Nyovest, Snakehips, Sam Paganini, Patrick Topping, Riky Rick, Fokofpolisiekar, Die Heuwels Fantasties, Beatenberg and hundreds more.

In addition to this unparalleled music line-up, festival-goers can expect a multi-faceted and multi-sensory action-packed weekend also featuring comedy, art, film, installations, interesting spaces, camping, good times and making incredible memories.

Limited tickets and accommodation left! Hurry! click here.

#RTD2017 launches Apple Music playlists

For the first time ever, Rocking the Daisies has collaborated with Apple Music to create its own curated festival playlists featuring music from the line-up. There will be five featured playlists at any given time on the bespoke #RTD2017 Apple Music page.

The playlists are updated regularly to feature the best music from the best artists performing at SA’s best music festival. Get listening now – click here.

Walking the Daisies 2017 has launched!

 It’s official, Walking the Daisies 2017 tickets are officially on sale – and in fact are already 50% sold out! Brought to you by UNITlogic and Sustainable Brothers & Sisters, in association with Rocking the Daisies and Steyn Entertainment, Walking the Daisies 2017 is an annual two-day hike that starts in Cape Town on Wednesday 4 October and ends on Thursday 5 October with the arrival at the festival.

This two-day 48km festive walk of action is filled with great people, exploring the beautiful coast line, music, camping, dancing, and so much more.

Tickets are only R750 (excl. booking fees). For all the info on the routes, activities and where to buy your ticket, click here.

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