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CottonFest Scores Partnership With A Major Brand For This Year’s Event

CottonFest Scores Partnership With A Major Brand For This Year’s Event. The CottonFest has been receiving much attention recently. Riky Rick shared on social media that the tickets for this year’s event are nearing being sold out, a clear indication that the event has been gathering tremendous momentum.

CottonFest Scores Partnership With A Major Brand For This Year’s Event

It is not only the loyal fans that have been giving much support to the event but major brands in South Africa have also ventured to show their massive support. Taking to Instagram, CottonoFest has confirmed their partnership deal with PUMA South Africa.

The event organizers have announced that PUMA will be a partner this year, bringing exclusive offers to the much-anticipated event.

“We are excited to share that the UNIVERSITY OF COTTON FEST is powered by @Pumasouthafrica. After a drop of exclusive Puma x Cotton Fest merch releases in 2021, @pumasouthafrica is hitting our campus and bringing the class of 2022 a creative experience. #cottonfest2022#CF2022#UCF22#universityofcottonfest.” Wrote CottonFest.

Riky Rick has promised all the CottonFest fanbase that the event is on the verge of making history. The rapper revealed that this year’s CottonFest will be summed up with heavyweight performances from DJs and South Africa’s best MCs all performing on three stages.

“This year we bring you the UNIVERSITY OF COTTON FEST. Our multi-layered festival campus experience includes 3 stages featuring over 100 of South Africa’s finest performers and DJs. Class of 2022 LETS MAKE HISTORY. Early bird tickets dropping this Monday (31/1),” he wrote.

The motif of this year’s Cotton Fest is “The University of Cotton Fest,” and all festival guests will have the chance to witness over 100 South African musicians and DJs live in concert. 

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