MTN Bushfire 2019 Physical Tickets to Go on Sale on November 27th
MTN Bushfire 2019 physical tickets will go on sale from Tuesday November 27th at MTN Outlets in Eswatini as well as CCMA – Cultural Mocambicano Alemao in Mozambique.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to get your LIMITED early bird tickets – once they sell out, tickets will sell at Pre-sale (Phase 1) price. The early bird sales will commence at 10am along with a press conference and activations at MTN Service Centre Mbabane, Corporate Place. (Note – early bird special is only available in Eswatini outlets.)
The first Eswatini artist confirmed for MTN Bushfire 2019 will also be announced at the event.
With ticket sales up 70% on this time last year, it’s time to purchase your ticket to ensure you secure the best possible MTN Bushfire weekend experience.
MTN Bushfire tickets will be available in Eswatini from MTN service centres in Mbabane (Corporate Place), Manzini (Riverstone Mall), Ezulwini (Shaks Gables) as well as House on Fire in Malkerns. MTN Bushfire tickets will also be available in Mozambique at CCMA – Cultural Mocambicano Alemao. Ticketing options include Full Festival Golden Lounge, Full Festival Main Arena and Full Festival for Children.
Ticket prices for MTN Bushfire 2019 are as follows:
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About MTN Bushfire
MTN Bushfire is more than a festival, it’s a living, breathing ecosystem deeply rooted in African soil, yet inclusive and welcoming to guests from all over the world. This uniquely African, and yet globally infused festival experience welcomes thousands in an atmosphere of tolerance and passionate commitment to music, the arts and the environment. Every year, over 26,000 attendees hailing from 60 different countries make the journey from near and far to the peaceful Malkerns Valley of eSwatini for an energizing and uplifting weekend that celebrates the music and arts of Africa and beyond.
Winner of the African Responsible Tourism Awards Most Sustainable Event Award in 2017, MTN Bushfire was also hailed in 2016 by CNN as one of the “7 African music festivals you really have to see” and listed by BBC as a “Top African festival.”