Daisies, as it’s called by the regulars, is South Africa’s biggest outdoor festival. It happens on the Cloof Wine Estate just near Darling, where the spring wildflowers cover the fields. You’ll find gourmet food trucks serving all kinds of tasty treats, a lively campsite filled with festival-goers from around the world, a swimming dam and not forgetting multiple stages featuring the best local and international acts.
From 5-7 October 2018, festival-goers can expect a multi-faceted and multi-sensory action-packed weekend featuring the best local and international entertainment including music, comedy, art and film.
There’ll be hundreds of top local acts and some of the world’s most inspiring artists performing across multiple stages. Expect 3 days of camping, food stalls, good times, and incredible memories to be made.
The festival is 100% cashless this year, meaning it’ll be faster, more efficient, and safer for all festival-goers.
Walking the Daisies (WTD) is an annual two-day hike that starts in Cape Town on Thursday, 4 October and ends on Friday 5 October with an arrival at the RTD Music Festival in Darling. RTD festival developed the initiative into a group experience, growing the number of walkers each year.
An experience like none other. With flowers in bloom, and boundless positivity and laughter in the air, join in for this festive WALK OF ACTION. Two days filled with great people, exploring our beautiful coast line, music, camping, yoga, healthy eating, engaging with local communities, and so much more. Get involved. Be inspired. Join the action!
Brace yourselves guys as this year there will be over 250 performers entertaining you across 9 different stages!
Epic acts will include the likes of:
And if we thought we couldn’t get anymore excited about this years RTD’s event, let us just take a moment to watch the best bits from last years festival.
OFFER INFO: Offer is applicable to all bookings made via the never@home website, go to “BOOK NOW” and select the “FREE BREAKFAST” option.
(please note that this special cannot be used in combination with other specials)