Rocking the Daisies 2012 has a date. On the weekend of the 4th to the 7th of October 2012 we will once again see Rocking the Daisies in Darling.
The build-up to the 7th Rocking the Daisies starts now! Get out your calendars and make the date with the best music festival South Africa has to offer. Thursday 04 – Sunday 07 October 2012- BOOM!
Each year there are changes, new additions and farewells, but one thing is for sure… it only gets better! The most notable change is that Rocking the Daisies will be opening the camping area on Thursday evening for all those keen party animals looking to set up before the weekend, plus there will be campsite entertainment to boot. Festival stage times have also changed with an earlier start on Friday and an earlier close on Sunday.
The iconic Cape Town Stadium will play host to the Cape Town Bike Festival and a massive showcase of bike brands, bike and rider accessories, lifestyle related products and an entertainment line-up beyond imagination.
Bike and Lifestyle exhibitions, shopping for your Christmas gifts, Tattoo demos and exhibitions, Beer Garden and live music will be on offer each day.
The Custom Bike Build competition will display South Africa’s best-customized street bikes, while major brands will show off their latest products for Festivalgoer’s.Each day will play host to Supercross, Junior MX and Scooter racing, Trial and Super Motard Stunt displays by SA legend Brian Capper, the Miss Biker SA Pageant and the world famous Masters of Dirt Fmx Show.
To round off each evening, CTBF will host the finest of International musicians. Negotiations are underway with Artists to be confirmed shortly at the Cape Town Bike Festival.
Cape Town Stadium
Friday 16th, Saturday 17th, Sunday 18th December 2011
Main Exhibition – Undercover Parking Areas
The Concourse – Motorcycle showroom – inside the stadium
Podium – Outside the Stadium (Food & drinks area)
Main Exhibition – Morning opening time 11h00 – 19h00
The Concourse – Morning opening time 11h00 – 23h00
Podium – Morning opening time 11h00 – 23h00Masters of Dirt 20h30 – 22h00
International Band 22h00 – 24h00
While Julius Malema has his shows against what he calls the “white colonialists” the white people are not having so much fun. Instead they are being murdered out one by one and the government is not doing anything about it.
While the leaders amp up the people to go kill the people and the president of the country sings for his machine gun the people dont take these words like informed politicians, they do what is told because after 20 years of rule the ANC still makes white people look like they run the country, they make white people the targets of their crime.
Lack of service delivery was also blamed on white people this past week by government officials. If there ever was ethnic cleansing this is it. It does not mean because the white people of South Africa are white that they can not suffer ethnic cleansing.