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#NAMA2019 tickets now available

The Namibian Annual Music Awards announced during the Nominee Show that the prestigious awards will be hosted at Namibia’s coastal beauty Swakopmund on 7 September 2019. As of today, tickets to the awards show are now available NAMA2019 is thrilled to be back at the coast and encourage the residents from Swakopmund, Walvis Bay and the entire Erongo region to be part of Namibia’s biggest night in music entertainment by attending the event at The Dome in Swakopmund.

Tickets for NAMA 2019 has gone on sale at WebTickets Namibia and customers can buy them at any PicknPay stores and stores in the region as well at Wernhill Park, Auas Valley, Swakopmund and Walvis Bay. Customers can also buy online via the website at www.webtickets.com.na with their debit card, credit card or EFT payments. You can also book online and pay at the selected outlets at any cashier in Swakopmund, Auas Valley, B1 City, Katutura, Mega Centre, Werhnhill Park, Ongwediva or Katima Mulilo.


Early Bird Tickets are now available at the unbelievable discounted pricing of only N$120 for General Seated Tickets and N$350 for VIP tickets. The special low-price Early Bird tickets will only be available for a limited period so be sure to go get yours today.
When the Early Bird period ends, all ticket prices will restore to normal non-discounted pricing and will thereafter sell at N$250 for General Seated Tickets and VIP tickets will then sell at the normal price of N$500.

The Namibian Annual Music Awards is proudly brought to you by MTC and NBC, and with generous support and co-sponsors NACN, Endjala Investments, Standard Bank, Air Namibia, Namibia Statistics Commission, Coca-Cola and its PowerPlay brand, Metropolitan, NWR, Tafel Lite, Namibia Film Commission, NDTC, Nascam and The Swakopmund Municipality.
Swakopmund is the capital of the Erongo region administrative district and situated in the Namib desert. The town lies on the B2 road and the Trans-Namib Railway from Windhoek to Walvis Bay.
The Dome is heralded as the new Business, Entertainment and Sports Hub of Namibia, attracting a growing number of business travelers, sports teams, tourists and holiday makers.

Subscribe and follow the official digital channels for the Namibian Annual Music Awards and be ahead of multiple exciting announcements to follow over the days and weeks ahead including more live performances, hosts, meet- and-greets with the stars, amazing competition packages, and much more.

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