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MTN BUSHFIRE 2020 EARLY BIRD TICKETS NOW ON SALE

By Ayanda Dlamini | 2019-09-11

IT’S on again for the international acclaimed MTN Bushfire 2020 as the Early Bird tickets are now on sale.

This was confirmed by House On Fire Communications Officer Phiwokuhle Dhlamini yesterday.

MTN Bushfire tickets have sold out for five consecutive years, and Early Bird tickets typically sell out in a matter of hours.

 Therefore, fans are encouraged to act fast to avoid missing out on the magical and memorable experience that is the MTN Bushfire festival  which is slated for May 29 to May 31, 2020.

According to Dhlamini, the festival will this year again not offer day passes and exclusive access to Early Bird tickets is available to those who pre-registered.

However, the period for preregistration is now closed. Each patron can get a maximum of two Early Bird tickets.

“Festival fans can visit the www.bush-fire.com to choose from the variety of festival ticketing options best suited for them,”  Dhlamini explained.

As one of Africa’s largest and most celebrated festival of music and the arts, MTN Bushfire annually welcomes over 30 000 admissions hailing from 60 different countries.

This distinctly African, yet globally-infused festival consciously celebrates inclusivity and magnifies diversity through creative activism and artistic expression in the scenic and peaceful Malkerns Valley of Eswatini.  

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