Event: Rocking for Rhinos

2012-09-04 16:01

Dates: 22 - 23 September

Rock out for one of the best causes any nature lover can - rhino conservation.

The two day Rocking for Rhinos festival is happening at the Franklyn Park in the Blyde River Canyon and will feature artists such as Fuzigish, Son of 1000 Blues, Blue Bird Theory and many more. An array of performers, conservationists and celebrities will also be making their voice heard during the event.

By presenting South Africa's critical problem in a way that is easy to relate to for all generations, we believe that this festival will contribute to slowing down and stopping our rhino murders. If we do not do something today, our rhino will be extinct within seven years.

Ticket prices:

Early Bird - R350 (only 300 available)

Full festival - R500

VIP tickets - R1000 (only 50 available)

Tickets include camping and the organisers encourage festival-goers to spend as much time there, arriving on the 21st and leaving on the 24th if they wish.

Check out the Rocking for Rhinos website for more details.

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