#REIGNITETHEFIRE with Bushfire Festival in Eswatini

MTN Bushfire is back with a bang! And festivalgoers are in for a treat when Africa’s biggest artist will perform live from May 27 to 29.

The festival will be at the Malkerns Valley in Eswatini two years after the global pandemic, Covid-19. According to the organisers, numbers and therefore tickets will be limited for Covid-safety protocols put in place.

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“A valid certificate of full vaccination against COVID-19 from your country of residence. I will be needed to enter any of the festival grounds, including the campsite. This is a requirement for all ages eligible for vaccination, as a per country of residence,” read the festival’s website.

Ticket holders of the 2020 festival and All-Out Africa camping tickets are assured that their tickets are valid for the 2022 festival.

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The festival will be an exhilarating chance to reconnect with the music and arts of Africa. Fellow Fire Starters, in a spirit of joy and celebration #BringYourFire once more to Eswatini and be part of Reigniting The Fire as you come together again!

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