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MTN BUSHFIRE ANNOUNCES FIRST BATCH OF ARTISTS

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MBABANE- The much anticipated MTN BUSHFIRE Festival 2018 preparations are at an advanced stage. 


The countdown to this year’s MTN BUSHFIRE Festival has began and with the way things are going it seems like this year’s event will once again thrill locals and the international spectators once again .
A few weeks after it was announced that online tickets are selling fast , MTN BUSHFIRE has announced the first batch of artists that will perform at this year’s festival.


The initial artists announced reflect MTN Bushfire’s identity as a uniquely African, and yet globally infused festival experience. The first artists to be announced for MTN BUSHFIRE 2018, taking place from May 25– 27 2018 include the likes of  Dub Inc from France, Flavia Coelho from Brazil, Samthing Soweto from South Africa, Elida Almeida from Cape Verde and local artist Tlale Makhene.
All these artists bring a different sound that will cater for the different tastes of fun lovers from all over the world.


Speaking to House on Fire’s Communication’s Officer, Noncedo Dlamini she said that the  MTN BUSHFIRE main stage consistently plays host to some of Africa (and the world’s) top artists, featuring well-known and loved favourites, as well as introducing crowds to international artists of the highest calibre.


She added that physical tickets to the festival will go on sale before the end of this month and the dates will be announced in due course, however, online tickets are still on sale Bushfire as well as various travel and accommodation options.
“Festival guests are strongly encouraged to book early as tickets for the festival sell-out well in advance of the weekend and many accommodation options are also booked well in advance.  There are a variety of ticket and accommodation (camping and glamping) options, as well as special VIP and family friendly packages,” said Dlamini.
 

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