The Venue: Leopardfalls

Leopardfalls host to Robertson Rocks is a unique festival venue gem hidden 8km outside of Robertson. The Birds Nest camp site dug out of wild bush makes for a seclusive break from the busy festival buzz.

700 meters from the camp site festival attendees can let loose in the heart of Robertson Rocks festival, the empty Leopardfalls dam filled with beach sand, creating a natural amphitheater perfect for our main stage arena surrounded by an embankment of wild olive and thorn trees covering rustic boma’s with built in fire overlooking the main arena.

How to get there:      View on map
1. On R60 from Cape Town en-route to Robertson, turn off at the Vinkriver turn-off on your left about 8km before Robertson.
2. Follow signs to safe and secure parking
3. Board a shuttle to be transported towards the camp site or festival area.

Please bring with:
Tent and sleeping bag, sun glasses and sun block, toiletries and toilet paper, waste bag for your rubbish, acoustic instruments to jam with (only allowed in camp site), umbrellas, insect repellent.

Festival Rules

  • Under 18's MUST be accompanied by an adult of 21 and over. IDs will be requested upon entering festival.
  • STRICTLY NO: Glass bottles, open fires, fireworks, domestic animals, independent sound systems, illegal substances, graffiti, weapons.
  • Right of admission reserved. Participation in the event is entirely at your own risk. The organisers accept no responsibility whatsoever for injury, death, loss or damage of any nature to persons, vehicles or belongings, even in the case of negligence.
  • By entering Robertson Rocks you agree to being photographed by event photographers and videographers.
  • Due care has been taken to make this event safe and secure.
  • Tickets are non refundable and should not be purchased from any suppliers or third parties other than (ticket company or outlets).
  • Flash photography will be strictly forbidden
  • Harassing and fighting with other festival attendees is strictly forbidden.
  • Alcohol must be decanted into plastic, no glass is allowed into the festival, please put out your cigarettes in our provided containers
  • Leopardfalls is home to many dry bush and plant life as well as wild animals, birds and insects.
  • Upon breaking any above rules participants will be asked to leave the festival.