Keep the Promise 2016 gives you the chance to watch your favourite artists from the VIP Gold Circle
After 15 years, the International Aids Conference returns to South Africa this winter. In celebration and to help accelerate the fight against HIV/AIDS, the non-profit AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) brings South Africans the Keep the Promise 2016 (#KTP2016) free Concert and March on 16 July in Durban. Though the event is free, 50 lucky winners will get the chance to watch their favourite national and international artists perform from the VIP Gold Circle that is directly in front of the stage!
Keep the Promise, also known as KTP, is not only an empowering advocacy platform for those fighting with and against HIV/AIDS, it is an uplifting event that focuses on the need to increase AIDS funding and urges governments, global funding bodies and individuals to commit to ending the epidemic.
This year, KTP will take place at Durban’s Sahara Stadium Kingsmead, and features international celebrities and South African stars such as Mi Casa and Big Nuz, along with a host of dignitaries and inspiring speakers.
To stand a chance to win VIP Gold Circle tickets for you and a partner, all you have to do is:
• Go to and “LIKE” the Keep the Promise Facebook page
• Find the #KTP2016 Gold Circle Contest promotion
• Post the correct answer (full English Celebrity name) of the international celebrity artist’s distorted image and #KTP2016
• Share the contest and #KTP2016 on your Social Media platforms
The first 50 people to correctly guess who the international celebrity is in the image and correctly spell their full artist name will get the chance to watch the show in the VIP Gold Circle area. Clues will be shared every Monday, Wednesday and Friday until 6 May at 12H00.
The winners* will be announced on the #KTP2016 Facebook page on Monday, 9 May at 19H00.
If more than 50 correct answers are received, only the first 50 people with the correct answers and their partners will be notified via Facebook.
The Keep the Promise 2016 (#KTP2016) free Concert and March is part of our strategy to keep attention on this widespread, yet treatable and preventable disease,” says Dr. Penninah lutung, AHF Africa Bureau Chief. “With your support, we can advocate and fight harder until the fight has been won.”