Headliners have confirmed they will perform at next year's festival.
The Rocking The Daisies team issued a statement announcing that the 15th anniversary of the festival has been moved to 1 – 3 October 2021.
Furthermore, they said that the headliners, Stormzy, Ari Lennox and Col3trane, are confirmed to perform next year.
Weekend pass holders were reassured that their tickets would still be valid next year promising fans that they would be producing the greatest festival on Earth.
The statement also included details for ticket holders who would like to get a refund.
See the full statement below:
“A decision has been made to move the 15th year anniversary of Rocking the Daisies Music & Lifestyle Festival to 1-3 October 2021.
“We are happy to announce that Stormzy, Ari Lennox and Col3trane have confirmed they will be performing at Daisies15 in 2021.
“We encourage you to please hold onto your full weekend pass and roll it over into 2021. In doing so you will keep our industry alive, and save many jobs.
“We are in a unique position to have an additional 12 months to plan our biggest anniversary weekend to date. We are going to produce the greatest festival on Earth.
” f you would like a refund, please follow the below steps, refunds are subject to a 10% ticket refund fee ex VAT: 1. Login to your Quicket account 2. Go to ‘My Tickets’ 3. find your Daisies order and click ‘Request Refund’ Be safe out there. See you soon! Daisies Team.”
— Rocking the Daisies (@RockingTheDaisy) May 19, 2020
This comes after many other festivals and live performances got canceled or postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic such as the Boyz II Men SA tour, Cape Town International Jazz, Castle Lite Unlocks with Cardi B and Scorpion Kings Live.
“Both parties felt it important to make sure that Cardi B would still be coming to South Africa to give her Bardigang a performance they will never forget.
Kicking off in Cape Town on Friday, March 12, 2021 at the Grand Arena, GrandWest followed by the Pretoria leg at the Sun Arena, Time Square on Saturday, March 13.