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The Jwaneng wine experience is back
The Jwaneng wine experience is back
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The Jwaneng wine experience is back

The second edition of the Jwaneng Wine Experience is back after a two- year hiatus because of the Covid 19 pandemic.

The show, which kicks off at 1600 and goes on until 0200hrs in the morning will be held on April 2nd with artists such as Motlha, Khoisan, Nnunu Ramogotsi and Ancestral Rituals entertaining attendants.

Sponsored by Cresta Jwaneng, it will be held at Debswana ball Park Ground and tickets are going for P250 Standard, VIP single ticket at P600 and VIP ticket (couple) at P1100.

Non-drinkers will get three soft drinks and water while the mode of payment will strictly be bankcards and no handling of cash.

Apart from music, patrons will be served dinner (snacks), cheese and biltong as well.

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Dress code is vintage wear.

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