The first Rocking for Rhinos festival will be held on the weekend of World Rhino Day (and Heritage Day) from 22 - 23 Sept 2012 in Franklyn Park, a farm located just out of Hoedspruit in Limpopo, South Africa. The headliners of the festival will be a fusion of South African bands, performers, artists, conservationists and more. Allowances for camping have been created (camp ground will be open 21 - 24 Sept 2012), allowing festival goers to stay on the property during the event. If you don't want to camp, there are also accommodation options in Hoedspruit and surroundings. Crafts and numerous other stalls (food & drink included) will all be situated on the festival grounds too. Ticket options are ranging from standard full weekend and standard daily to VIP full festival tickets and can be obtained via the festival's website. All profits raised during the Rocking for Rhinos festival are going towards local anti-poaching teams Quemic, Pro Track and Plaaswag that are all active in the Kruger National Park area around Hoedspruit.
For more info about the Rocking for Rhinos festival check their website, their facebook page and follow the festival on twitter!