With the Covid-19 pandemic still affecting millions of people in the region and across the globe, the annual Standard Bank Luju Food & Lifestyle Festival has been postponed to 2021.
We are committed to prioritising the safety and security of our beloved home, the Kingdom of Eswatini, our festival guests, and our staff members.
We could not wait to welcome all you fashionistas, foodies, and fans to the breath-taking House On Fire in Eswatini for a third installation of the country’s Food and Fashion Event of the Year. However, the most reasonable decision is to wait until we can all gather again, safely and securely.
The success and growth of the festival in the last two years has inspired an all-new, exciting development – the Standard Bank Luju Food & Lifestyle Festival will now be a two-day event!
Fans of Luju can expect a double serving of yet another wholesome feast of local and regional food demonstrations, fashion showcases, cultural celebrations and feel-good music to sway to.
With a focus on sustainability projects, the festival will continue to support local and regional development and encourage enriching conversations around food, fashion and lifestyle.
We are excited to see your creative interpretations of the festival’s theme, “A Return to the African Future” at next year’s event. Expect to, once again, flaunt your best African-inspired vintage fashion and unique style.
With over a year to plan your outfit, we are anticipating the most fashionable edition of Luju to date!
A new date for the festival is being finalised and will be announced in due course.
In the meantime, keep your eyes peeled to our social media platforms – @LujuFestival on Facebook and Twitter, @Luju_Festival on Instagram – for up-to-date announcements in the weeks and months to come.