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STANDARD BANK LUJU FESTIVAL FIRST ARTISTS REVEALED

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MBABANE – Save the date, August 4, 2018 will be a day of great food, music !


This is because sophisticated African sounds from the soulful hits of South African artists, MiCasa and the Afrocentric power of Thandiswa Mazwai, to the jazzy collaborative of The Rebirth of Cool are all headed to the kingdom. These are some of the artists that will be performing during the first ever Standard Bank Luju Festival.


Last Wednesday evening, Standard Bank hosted its stakeholders and within those were the Hounourable Deputy Prime Minister Paul Dlamini during the launch of the Standard Bank Luju Festival at House on Fire ‘Vintage Fashion’ was the order of the night with people sticking to the theme.


This was an event to officially launch the festival and also reveal some of the activities that will take place and the line-up of the day. Locally, Eswatini’s own Judah, Khole and Floewe will team up for what is expected to be the most anticipated showcase of the evening. The trio will collaborate on a never-before-seen set that will showcase their passion for their craft and  hopefully blow away the crowd of locals and visitors alike. However, it is worth noting that this is just some of the acts on the line-up as more will be revealed in the month leading to the main event.


Tickets are already available at Standard Bank in Mbabane (Corporate Place), Matsapha and Manzini as well as House on Fire, Malkerns. They cost E350 for the main arena, E600 for the Premium Lounge and E120 for children. 
Children under the age of five will enjoy the festival for free. Proof of age will be requested upon entry(Birth certificate etc). Children will be allowed into the Premium Lounge if they are supervised by an adult with the relevant festival pass.  Children over 12 years must purchase the full price ticket.


As revealed that the theme for the festival is ‘vintage’ the Standard Bank Luju Festival  will pay homage and celebrate Africa’s beauty and style, through all senses, from the past, the present, and the future.

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