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By Ayanda Dlamini | 2018-04-17

Following the international demand for MTN Bushfire Festival 2018 tickets,  the full festival golden lounge ticket price will hike by E 220 as of this Friday.

The full golden lounge ticket will increase from E 1 550, 00 to E 1 770,00 as this Friday; April  20.

 This was revealed by MTN Bushfire Communications Officer Noncedo Dlamini yesterday.

 Dlamini  said the hike of the  full festival golden lounge is due to the  high demand  of the tickets and each and every year  they always hike  the  ticket price when  the countdown to the festival  is closer.

 “It is basically a standard procedure every year, as the demand increases, we always increase the ticket price. Our tickets are selling fast,” Dlamini said.

 “I am not sure about the number of tickets we have sold so far. We can only look at our graph which does not state the total number but we do see   the graph going up each and every day,” Dlamini  said when she was asked the total number of tickets they  have sold since release.


 Furthermore, Dlamini stated clearly that this year’s festival will not see any availability of Sunday Tickets at the gate just like last year where the  Sunday tickets were sold at the gate.

“We will not have Sunday tickets sold at the gate since we do not have day passes this year. This is  due to the new  cashless armbands which  need proper planning from us so we can  know how many people to expect  and prepare everything,”  she said. 

The MTN Bushfire is scheduled for May 25 to May 27 at House on Fire,  Malkerns.

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