4 Local Festivals You Do Not Want to Miss

Our country has some great festivals coming up. Bye Coachella, hello South Africa!

Lush 2019 is done. Splashy 2019 has come to an end. Coachella 2019 is officially over.

Palm Springs might be far away, but there are some great festivals coming up on the local ground. Get your tickets and make sure you don’t have any FOMO (fear of missing out).

AFRICA BURN 29 April – 5 May

AfrikaBurn is one of those things that you have to experience at least once in your life. A temporary city of tented camps is created in Tankwa Karoo National Park and attendees can enjoy art, music, theatre and costumes for a week. This year’s theme is Ephemeropolis, embracing a temporary way of living. Are you ready?

Don’t crash and burn on this festival. Get ready here.

MISTY WATERS 10 May – 12 May

This three-day open-air music festival is nestled in an oasis of willow trees, lakes and lush lawns. Misty Waters, less than two hours away from Johannesburg is all about intimacy and celebrating South African music. The amazing line-up includes Spoegwolf, Polisiekar, Tidal Waves and Black Cat Bones to only name a few. So, head to lake Umuzi in Secunda to make new friends, enjoy a beautiful setting and rock out to great music.

More about Misty Waters here. Don’t get misty eyes because you missed it.

ROCKING THE DAISIES 4 October – 6 October

There is a reason why everyone loves Rocking the Daisies. It is South Africa’s biggest three-day music festival. Cloof Wine Estate is going the place to be, especially with an international band, The 1975 headlining. Expect an action-packed weekend of music, art and even yoga. This is one festival you cannot miss this year!

Do you want to rock the daisies? Click here.

AFROPUNK  12 October

Afropunk is one of the best parties of the year amazing artist from around the world gather in Johannesburg for this festival. Afropunk is where people come to free their mind, join a movement, and celebrate the African spirit. Get your tickets and end your year with a bang.

Get your afro ready! Get more information here.

Are you going to any festivals? Let us know and we might see you there.

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Marissa Cooper Le Roux
Marissa Cooper Le Roux

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Marissa Cooper le Roux completed her BIS degree at the University of Pretoria and is currently busy with her Honours degree. She is very fond of animals but shares a special love for her Maltese poodle Jett.

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