A few adults walked away from the RTD weekend with a little less than they came with, forgetting their IDs, bank cards, car keys and the like on the grounds.
Everything was going swimmingly when RTD began marketing the “Black Coffee Penthouse” until the award-winning DJ pulled his name from the gig.
Organisers are being panned on social media for a late change to the event’s drinks policy, with many punters asking for a refund.
Due to the “unusual term structure this year”, one UCT philosophy lecturer has caused an uproar after deciding to give Daisies fans a break.
Rocking the Daisies has at long last released their line-up for this year’s festival, and it seems there is a little something for everyone.
The report of a man drowning at Daisies on Friday left many shocked – but what acutally happened? Here’s one eyewitness report that came our way.
Whilst details remain limited, it is being reported that a man may have drowned at the festival in Darling. Here’s what we know so far.
Planning to rock some daisies this year, but not quite sure how you’re going to get there? Not to worry friends, there’s always a way.
Less than two months and counting until everyone flocks to Darling and soaks up the good vibes, but maybe you should do a little homework first.
It’s only June and some peeps are already talking about Daisies – at least now we know who will be playing at the jol.
Getting your hands on a Daisies ticket has often been a tough ask, although with a few nifty changes organisers hope to fix all of that.
Rocking the Daisies came and went and along with it love was found and many, many items were lost – or temporary misplaced.
(No it wasn’t an emissions cheat device.) Police had a field day at Daisies – and not for the same reason everyone else did. Instead of joining in, they really were there to kill the vibe.
There’s nothing worse than losing something and then having to spend ridic amounts of money replacing it. It’s silly and unnecessary. Here’s how to avoid it.
Rocking the Daisies is around the corner, and in anticipation for the big weekend, there’s some good news for festival-goers preparing to party.
To kick start Hashtag Season 3 of The Anne Hirsch Show, Anne and her crew embarked on a roadtrip to Darling for the annual Rocking the Daisies festival. Says Anne, “We made so many new #besties and basically had THE BEST TIME IN THE WORLD EVER and we didn’t even have to twerk.” Our favourite parts were the Norwegian speaking “Xhosa”, and Anne brushing her teeth with someone else’s tooth brush.
If you’re anything like Ross and Chelsea in the 2oceansvibe head office at the Woodstock Exchange, you can barely walk straight after Rocking the Daisies this weekend. Here’s a cool compilation video someone sent in – using a ‘crotchcam..’
Finally those days you spent singing songs from Stoosh in your bedroom with little ponytails jutting out of your head have paid off. Tuesday saw the announcement of the last two international acts that will be crossing seas to grace us with their presence at the 2013 Rocking The Daisies stage. 90’s awesome ear thrashing Brit […]
This is pretty awesome news, the British indie rock band will playing on the main stage at Rocking the Daisies on Saturday 06 October. This will come soon after their new album, Four, is released on the 20th of August.
Cape Town’s favourite acapella group, D7, made a special appearance at this year’s Rocking The Daisies music festival in Darling. Personally, I don’t know how they manage to get their shit together. Rehearsing is clearly the big one. But for me just getting seven mates to be at the same place at the same time, often requires an act of God. God was clearly there as we se in this video at the Daisies with special guest stars Ard Matthews and Butlers Pizza.
It’s been just over a month since the last TBG (Tall Blonde Guy) sighting – that magical moment experienced by 2oceansviber Barry, at the Biscuit Mill. A certain calm has once again descended upon Cape Town, and anyone who attended this year’s Rocking the Daisies festival will agree that the same aura was felt in and around the town of Darling. It’s little wonder we received this latest TBG Sighting.
You’re never too old to party!
Photo courtesy Gallo Images.
Can you believe it’s that time of year agin? My goodness, I remember the first time I went – wet behind the ears and all that. Not exactly the festival sort, I was. But it turned out ok – they had luxury tenting you see. It was almost a disaster, if I remember correctly.I lost my car keys and found them again the next day – in the middle of the morning-after carnage. I swear. There were some guys and gals rocking out in whatever section it was that was still going on at that stage of the game. Imagine if I didn’t find my keys? Small nightmare going back to CT just to get the spare key.
But back to this year’s Daisies..