Changes with the Expensive Rocking the Daisies Pad

Changes with the Expensive Rocking the Daisies Pad

To put it bluntly, Rocking The Daisies messed up a little. The Cape Town music festival is back after a COVID-19 hiatus this year, so perhaps we can excuse the organisers for possibly having slight brain fog. We’ve all been there. Everything was going swimmingly when they began marketing the “Black Coffee Penthouse” – named after our resident award-winning DJ – an expensive glamping site with en-suite facilities rather than shared bathrooms. But all of a sudden the Black Coffee branding has been wiped from the R13 795 larger tent option and turned into the “Hallmark Penthouses” instead, which is in honour of the Johannesburg hotel with the same name, reported BusinessInsider:
Steyn Entertainment, which is behind the initiative, told Business Insider South Africa there had been a miscommunication about the use of the Black Coffee name. The 12 people who had already booked tents under that name had been offered refunds, it said, although nothing else had changed in terms of what they would get. A representative for Black Coffee confirmed his team had requested that his name be removed from the glamping tent marketing.
At least customers can still settle into the high-end accommodation option, which is in a separate area of the exclusive Daisyland camping ground. As mentioned, folks can fork out R13 795 and get the exact same thing, but without Black Coffee. If one cannot simply settle for the tea, there’s an R8 995 luxury two-sleeper tent named for MaXhosa on offer too, alongside an R2 500 two people entry-level “suite” available, which is a two-metre by two-metre tent with a double inflatable mattress inside. Then, for everyone else, there’s the R295 basic option or the R595 gig for access to more toilets and showers. I mean, one has to right? All of that will have to be paid on top of the actual festival tickets, which now go for R1 195 per person. [source:businessinsider] Retrieved from 2 Oceans Vibe

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