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The Standard Bank Luju Food & Lifestyle Festival is back for a third year! Fans of the festival will be excited to know that it will now be a two-day event, taking place from 31 July to 1 August, 2020.

Pre-registration for the Standard Bank Luju Food & Lifestyle Festival is officially open and will be closing on 18 March, 2020. Fans of the festival can now pre-register to be eligible for discounted Early Bird tickets which will be available for purchase from 25 March, 2020. Early Bird tickets are limited and will only be available for those who pre-register via the website. However, festival fans are notified that due to high demand for Early Bird tickets, not everyone who pre-registers will be guaranteed a ticket.

With its signature feast of delicious culinary exploits, lavishly vibrant fashion, amazing music and wholesome entertainment, the festival attracts thousands for revellers from Eswatini and beyond.

 

The Standard Bank Luju Food & Lifestyle Festival continues to celebrate its theme, “A Return to the African Future”, which magnifies Africa’s rich history which is a timeless inspiration for creative transformation.

 

Captured in our strong fashion focus, our theme revisits vibrant trend eras, bringing back inspiration that influences current and future styles. We celebrate the root of creativity, diversity and culture in all its afro-futuristic boldness.

Luju fashionistas will be excited to know that within this theme, the focus for 2020 is“Hairvolution.”  Our hair goes to great lengths to tell a story. It is not only an extension of who we are, but an expression of our power to influence, to challenge and to change. With this crown, we command attention and  vocalize cultural beliefs. We effectively oppose conformist standards of beauty and ignite a movement . This year let your HAIRDO the talking. Tussle up those 60s beehives, tease your TWAs, and fleek those inches. Stir the honeypot and spice things up!

 

The Luju Fashion Café’s specially curated programme, will feature an exhibition lounge with a photobooth, handmade fashion and design traders, as well as a hair activism workshop. The theme will also stimulate some insightful and inspiring fashion dialogues and fashion shows with a regional focus to complement our full culinary and entertainment line-up.

Fans are urged to purchase their tickets early to avoid disappointment as they are expected to sell out in advance.

 

With the festival taking place over two days guests can also experience the best in luxury camping on-site with Rush Glamping packages also to be available. This is a state of the art camping experience that includes en-suite hot showers and toilets, providing a home away from home.

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