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Stormzy, YBN Cordae, Ari Lennox and Col3trane Added to Rocking The Daisies 2020 Lineup

Stormzy, YBN Cordae, Ari Lennox and Col3trane will be performing in South Africa during this year's edition of Rocking The Daisies.

Rocking The Daisies is celebrating its 15th year of existence this year. The popular music and lifestyle festival recently announced they have added four new names on the bills—UK's Stormzy and Col3trane alongside US rapper YBN Cordae and the singer Ari Lennox.


All four artists will perform in the two cities the festival will be hosted in—at Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg and Cloof Wine Estate in Cape Town.

Tickets for this year's Rocking The Daisies will be on sale from tomorrow (February 26th) at 9am on the festival's official website.

Rocking The Daisies will take place between the 2nd and 4th of October in Cape Town and the 3rd and 4th of October in Joburg.

The Rocking The Daisies lineup always consists of the country's top acts and a selection of international acts which usually attract music lovers from across the country and some neighboring countries.

For more info on the festival and to purchase tickets, visit the Rocking The Daisies website.

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