The official countdown to the 10th edition of the Johnnie Walker Jazz and Soul Safari is on and FOMO is building as the clock ticks. However with ticket sales already launched and revelers buying at a high speed, there is an opportunity for customers of Johnnie Walker to instantly walk away with free tickets or enter a draw to win one.
According to representatives from the premium sponsors Johnnie Walker, Customers who buy two bottles of Johnnie Walker Black Label and one Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve automatically walk away with a free Gold ticket to the annual Jazz festival.
While officiating at the launch of the ticket sales and promotion yesterday at the House of Walker located in Sheraton Kampala Hotel, Uganda Breweries’ Head of Whisky Portfolio, Annette Nakiyaga said this offer runs till September 2nd which is the day of the concert but tickets to be won are limited and will be given on first come, first serve basis.
“Johnnie Walker customers now get themselves an instant ticket with every purchase of two bottles of Johnnie Walker Black Label and one Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve. You can also purchase any of your favourite Johnnie Walker blends and stand a chance to win yourself a ticket to the highly anticipated musical fest,” Ms Nakiyaga said.
The tickets to this year’s Johnnie Walker Jazz & Soul Safari are available at Shs130,000 for Gold seating, and Shs3m for a platinum table of 10 and are now available for purchase at House of Walker Kampala, Stanbic Bank (Forest Mall, Stanbic Bank (Acacia Mall), and Liquid Silk (Bugolobi and Naalya branches). Meanwhile, the promotion offer is only available at the House of Walker in Sheraton Kampala Hotel and Garden City.
The annual jazz event was started by musicians Mayanja and Elijah Kitaka to celebrate Jazz as a premium music genre and this year’s edition which will be celebrating 10years of the festival will be held under the theme “Wear your dancing shoes” at the Lugogo Cricket Oval. It will be headlined by Angolan Yola Semedo who has become an icon of the ‘Kizomba’ dance and Marcus Anderson, one of the world’s most sought-after saxophonists.