Ari Lennox and more coming to SA for Rocking the Daisies 2020

Ari Lennox (Photo: Getty Images)
Ari Lennox (Photo: Getty Images)

Johannesburg get ready, you're getting a taste of SA's most significant urban music experience at Ellis Park stadium from 3-4 October, featuring a super-hot international offering! 

Celebrating 15 years of SA's most iconic music festival, Rocking the Daisies is travelling to Johannesburg to give Gauteng a taste of Daisies with a two-day event headlined by Stormzy (UK), alongside Ari Lennox (US), YBN Cordae (US), Col3trane (UK), and more.

The Cape Town and Johannesburg shows will take place simultaneously, with the Cape Town leg of the festival kicking off on Friday 2 October at Cloof Wine Estate, Darling, and Johannesburg joining in on the action from Saturday, 3 October. 

Rocking the Daisies will carry its exceptional world-class production and international artists across two provinces for the first time in the festival's history.

Hashtag Daisies15 ticket registration for Johannesburg and Cape Town is officially open, and Phase 1 tickets will go on sale on Wednesday 26 March at 09:00 on the festival's website for R695.

Festival tickets do not include camping (the Johannesburg show does not have camping).


Date: 2-4 October 2020

Venue: Cloof Wine Estate, Darling

Line-up: Stormzy (UK), Ari Lennox (US), YBN Cordae (US), Col3trane (UK), and more,

Tickets: R695 excluding camping, tickets on sale 26 February on the festival's website


Date: 3-4 October 2020

Venue: Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg

Line-up: Stormzy (UK), Ari Lennox (US), YBN Cordae (US), Col3trane (UK), and more. 

Tickets: R695 excluding camping, tickets on sale 26 February on the festival's website

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