Bushfire Festival Competition

MTN Bushfire is Swaziland’s international world music and arts festival, that celebrates creative expression whilst igniting a collective response for social change. Each year a multigenerational audience of over 20,000 people descend onto the beautiful farmlands of the Malkerns Valley for an unforgettable weekend of music, arts, performance, theatre and so much more.

MTN Bushfire competition

MTN Bushfire in partnership with the Mail & Guardian is giving away 2 pairs of VIP tickets to the 2015 Bushfire Festival.

Closing Date: 22 May 2015

Terms and Conditions

This competition is not open to MTN, Bushfire and Mail & Guardian staff (be they employees or contractors), their immediate family members or associated companies including the competition promotional partners.

Enter the competition here


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