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STANDARD BANK LUJU FEST PHYSICAL TICKETS OUT!

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MBABANE - The time has arrived where food lovers, fashion lovers and music fanatics can scramble for Standard Bank Luju Food & Lifestyle Festival tickets!

The anticipated festival’s physical tickets are now on sale in Eswatini. It is worth noting that only a limited number of tickets are available and premium lounge tickets are expected to sell-out very fast, as this was the case last year. Tickets to the festival which is slated for August 3 at House on Fire, are available from Standard Bank Branches in Mbabane (Corporate Place), Matsapha and Manzini as well as House on Fire, The Gallery.  Tickets are also available online.  House on Fire’s Communications Officer Wandile Dlamini confirmed this.

Holders

“In an exciting development for this year, Luju Premium Lounge ticket holders will be invited to an exclusive cocktail party at Malandela’s Restaurant with light snacks and drinks on the evening of August 2,” he said. The 2019 edition of the Standard Bank Luju Food and Lifestyle Festival promises a feast of entertainment including some of the region’s best music, live performances and culinary artists. There will be a diverse range of talent from across Southern Africa who will create an unforgettable day of music, food, drink and African vintage styled excitement. On another note, applications for vendors who wish to be part of the renowned Standard Bank Luju Food & Lifestyle Festival are now officially open. This was revealed by House on Fire’s Communications Wandile Dlamini, who said keen entrepreneurs could apply to showcase and sell their work at the festival.

Food vendors will then be selected based on key criteria, including the premium quality of their food and with an eye towards innovative food presentation or preparation and with a regional/pan-African focus. “Luju is looking for food traders who can accommodate both normal and bite-sized portions from each trader, allowing festival guests to sample a range of food. “Luju will also welcome food enthusiasts looking to add their ‘special ingredient’ to the bespoke menu selection, so preference will be given to vendors offering unique ingredients, preferably locally or regionally grown or sourced, through sustainable practices,” said Dlamini.

 

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