MTN Bushfire is more than simply a music festival. As one of Africa’s largest and most inclusive music and arts events, MTN Bushfire has earned its global reputation as a distinctly African, yet globally-infused world-class festival experience.
Tickets for the sell-out event are going fast, and as of January 28th 2020, the first phase of MTN Bushfire online tickets are SOLD OUT and ticketing has officially moved to Phase 2 pricing.
For the past five years, tickets to this distinctly African, yet globally-infused festival have sold out well in advance of the festival weekend so guests are encouraged to book your tickets and accommodation as soon as possible.
Phase 1 online tickets were launched on September 16, 2019 and have been met with an enthusiastic response from Fire Starters across the world. The early ticket launch coupled with the high demand for tickets has seen Phase 1 tickets selling out two months earlier than they did in 2019.
Taking place from 29 to 31 May 2020, the 14th edition of the festival will offer an upgraded Golden Lounge, improved and expanded camping options, as well as the diverse and eclectic mix of music, arts, and culture that make it such a unique and memorable experience
Accommodation in Eswatini is fully booked for the festival weekend, but Fire Starters can still choose from the wide range of camping options available on the MTN Bushfire website. Camping has proven to be one of the best and most memorable ways to immerse oneself in the festival’s unique atmosphere of tolerance and celebration of diversity. The campsite’s close proximity to the festival’s main arena makes for an electric festival experience.
Due to the high demand for the Groups Camping option, the Group Applications process which caters for campers in groups of 20 people or more, is now sold out and no longer available. Festival fans who are interested in glamping are notified that the Rush Glamping package has officially sold out. However, limited spaces for the Harambee glamping option are currently available. More information on Harambee glamping is available on www.bush-fire.com.