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MTN BUSHFIRE 2019 EARLY- BIRD TICKETS NOW ON SALE

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MBABANE – The biggest festival in the country has already started with next year’s festival preps and the public is given an opportunity not to miss out.


MTN BUSHFIRE has announced that discounted early-bird tickets to MTN BUSHFIRE festival 2019 are now available via the MTN BUSHFIRE festival website www.bush-fire.com and Facebook page www.facebook.com/MTNBushfire.


 Speaking to House on Fire’s Communications Officer, Wandile Dlamini he said festival goers who pre-registered can log onto the ticketing page to purchase their tickets.


Each customer is limited to two early-bird tickets and only those who pre-registered have exclusive access to the discounted early-bird tickets.
“After early-bird tickets have sold out, tickets will be available at Pre-sale (Phase 1) prices until they run out. Phase two ticket prices will then kick in.
Each customer is limited to six Pre-sale tickets. The public should  get their tickets  in time to take advantage of the reduced rate,” added Dlamini.


 Dlamini further said to simplify one’s MTN BUSHFIRE experience, there are a variety of ticketing options, including with or without camping  and  travel.
However, fun lovers who will be attending the festival have been asked to be aware that there will be no day passes, but only full festival tickets ranging from main arena to Golden Lounge and childrens tickets will be available.


“When you visit the website to purchase your ticket, you will be able to choose the ticketing option most suitable for you.
“Accommodation and travel packages will also be available soon,” said Dlamini.
 It is worth noting that tickets have sold out for five consecutive years so festival goers are urged to hurry and purchase their tickets as soon as possible.
 




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