Wednesday 2019-06-19




By Ayanda Dlamini | 2018-10-12

CHANCES of being part of the classy FNB SmoothFest VVIP and VIP sections are now out.

Slated for November 24 at Riders Ranch,   FNB has announced that Platinum tickets, previously dubbed VIP tickets, are sold out.

This follows the black (VVIP) tickets that were sold out last month and currently only the gold (general) tickets are on retail.

This was revealed by FNB Brand and Communications Specialist Ntobeko Dlamini yesterday.

“Our platinum tickets are sold out in all our branches.   They sold out today (yesterday). We are left with the gold tickets only,” Dlamini revealed.

 Dlamini had mentioned a week ago that the tickets were flying off the shelves. The Platinum Package priced at E530 includes  a welcome cocktail, platinum designated cash bar, food, as well as access to the Gold area whilst the Gold package provides the ultimate front row experience with access to the food court and exhibition garden. Camp chairs and empty cooler boxes will be allowed into the SmoothFest Gold area.

 The bank has made it easier for a group of five friends to purchase the gold tickets as they have introduced a campaign where you get a five per cent discount when you buy five gold tickets for you and your friends at an FNB branch near you. 

The discounted tickets do not only apply to individuals but also companies get the same percentage off when they purchase gold tickets in bulk (over 10 people).

This   year’s edition  will see   the likes of Lira, Mahhotela Queens, Zamo, Sands, Qibho Intalektual, Freshly Ground,  Jonas Ngwangwa and Symphony on stage, to mention a few. South African comedienne Tumi Morake and DJ Cybos will be directing the proceedings of the show.

...The ticket details

n Black (VVIP):  E770 – sold out

n Platinum (VIP): E530 -sold out

n Gold (General): E350 – still available.

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