If you’re looking for a more exclusive experience, spring for the Golden Lounge festival pass. This ticket includes cool perks like raised viewing areas at the stages, heaters, meal service, full bar, private toilets, and more all for about $110 USD. Set in the Malandelas Botanical Gardens, the MTN Bushfire Golden Lounge offers the ultimate festival experience. An atmosphere of intimate spaces resonates with the overall festival aesthetic. Specially curated amenities with premium comfort in mind ensure that guests are treated a host of special benefits, including the delicious Malandelas restaurant menu with waiter service, covered, raised platforms with unobstructed views of the main stage, relaxation treatments, as well as a premium bar, private ablution facilities , and more, all for about $110 USD.
Bring Your Whole Family
As part of its inclusive approach, MTN Bushfire has always been a family friendly event, with a bespoke thread of family-oriented options, from family-only camping to kid-focused entertainment.
The MTN Bushfire Kidzone is an adventurous space for young firestarters to ignite their budding flames. Set in a wild garden of succulents and outlandish trees, the space allows for a buzzing atmosphere where kids and parents alike can explore their creativity, guided by a theme that awakens an inspired consciousness of their surroundings and one another.
Grab a Travel Package
If you live in Africa and want to get all your travel arrangements made together, grab a travel package from Tofo, Maputo, Nelspruit, Johannesburg, and Gauteng. Travel packages include a Full Festival Pass, transport to and from the festival, camping pass, and breakfast.
Pitch a Tent
MTN Bushfire has plenty of camping options, from bringing your own tent to showing up to a tent ready to go. Caravan and car camping passes are available, as well as a number of Glamping options for the ultimate camping experience. Be sure to check out the official camping page to see which options best fit your needs.
Not into Camping?
If camping and glamping are not your thing, check out one of the hotels in the area. Happy Valley Hotel is a quick ten minutes away, with the Royal Villas, Sundowners Lodge, and more sitting close enough to the festival to allow you to enjoy the festival and still sleep in a bed at night.
Fly into Swaziland’s Matsapha Airport, and House on Fire Amphitheater is about 20 minutes away by car, taxi, or bus. House on Fire is also 30 minutes away from the the Swaziland capital city of Mbabane. Fly into Swaziland’s King Mswati III International Airport , and House on Fire Amphitheater is about an hour away by car, taxi, or bus. House on Fire is also 30 minutes away from the the Swaziland capital city of Mbabane.