MUSICIANS TAKE NOTE: Win a Spot on the Rocking The Daisies Line-Up 2017

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Have you and your band always dreamed of playing one of SA’s top music festivals but getting the organisers to take a listen to your music is like scaling Mount Everest without an oxygen tank? We hear you!

ROCKTHEDAISIES 2017 ArtworkThis year, Steyn Entertainment together with M-Net and VUZU Amp, are giving two talented musicians – be it a DJ, band or singer – the opportunity to make their mark by performing at this year’s Rocking the Daisies, alongside massive international and local artists, including Flume, Two Door Cinema Club, The Naked and Famous, Black Coffee, Cassper Nyovest and more.

This is your chance to show SA festival fans who you are and hopefully secure your spot on future bills.

The winning acts will perform on either the Main Stage or the Electronic Dome between 5-8 October at Cloof Wine Estate, Darling.

Here’s how to enter:

STEP 1: Be a super hot artist, band or DJ.

STEP 2: You need to LIKE the Rocking the Daisies Facebook page and RSVP as GOING on the event page.

STEP 3: Post one song on the event page. It can be a video, YouTube link, Soundcloud mix, or anything that showcases your work. You’ve got only ONE entry, so be creative!

STEP 4: Make sure to use the hashtags: #RTD2017 and #RockTheDaisies and tag the Rocking the Daisies Facebook page.

STEP 5: Rally up the people of the internet, your fans, friends and family to like your entry post and make as much noise as possible! The more likes the better, as that will increase your chances of getting into our top five. The five entries with the highest number of likes will enter the final round, where a poll will open for further voting.

 

Important dates:

14 August:  Top 12 to be announced – these are the fan favourites with the most likes

21 August: Rocking the Daisies team will announce the top six finalists

21-25 August: Fans will enter a second round of voting via a poll on the Daisies Facebook page

25 August: Winners will be announced

 

Here’s a throwback to what went down at last year’s festival:


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