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MTN Bushfire would like to inform the public that MTN Bushfire 2018 Golden Lounge tickets are now sold out! MTN Bushfire is located at House on Fire in the lush farmlands of the Malkerns Valley.
MTN Bushfire fans please take note: there are are still limited tickets in all other full festival categories available and people are urged to purchase their desired tickets before they sell-out.
MTN Bushfire tickets have completely sold out days before the event for the past 5 years and fans of this unique event know the importance of booking early.
As in previous years, the MTN Bushfire 2018 artist line-up features a dynamic range of artists from across southern Africa and the globe and a host of travel and ticket options are still available at www.bush-fire.com.
For MTN Bushfire 2018 there are a host of camping options available, whether you have your own equipment or not, and even for those looking for a more luxurious experience. The main MTN Bushfire campsite will open Thursday 24th May and guests can stay through Monday May 28th. Additionally, a new luxury camping option is now available for those festival goers looking for a bit more comfort in their camping experience.
The main MTN Bushfire campsite has great facilities, including hot showers, flushing toilets and running drinking water available all weekend. There is a 24-hour café that sells breakfast, muffins, tea, coffee and juices throughout the weekend. It is also a great spot for meeting new friends, and relaxing around fires.
A full serviced site, the campsite has a free car park located across the road from the camping area, a full security team, and a team of staff with wheelbarrows to assist you with taking your camping gear into the site.
Make sure you purchase your MTN Bushfire ticket separately to your camping package – and act now as MTN Bushfire tickets have sold out in advance of the event for the past three years. Many of the camping options also have limited space so book now.
MTN Bushfire 2018 ticket sales rates have increased significantly compared to previous years. This means tickets are selling at a faster pace and people are encouraged to buy their tickets while stocks last to avoid missing out on the festival.