Are you liking the line-up and keen to come to spend your Easter in the tropical surrounds of Byron Bay this Easter but can’t afford to purchase a ticket after all that Christmas shopping? Well, fear not. Luckily, volunteering allows you to experience the magic of Bluesfest without having to part with your hard-earned cash.
I know we might be biased but, volunteering at Bluesfest can be a pretty rewarding experience. The heart and soul of any music festival is and always will be, the volunteers and staff who make everything possible. The hard work and dedication of those collectively involved, keep the music alive and make a lifetime of memories while doing so. Plus, as a volunteer you get to see all the cool behind-the-scenes workings of the festival and meet some awesome humans – maybe even make some new friends while also have the freedom to switch off and enjoy the festival once your daily five-hour shift is complete.
To help you have the best volunteering experience at Bluesfest 2020, our advice is to:
1. Apply early!
Don’t miss your chance to apply early and sign up for the ‘good’ shifts. Those ones get snapped up early!
2. Lock in your accommodation/camping once your roster is confirmed.
As one of Australia’s favourite holiday spots, Byron Bay can get pretty busy around holiday time. Get your plans in place!
If you’re an enthusiastic, reliable, committed person – we would love you to join the crew and help us to make Bluesfest 2020 the best yet! Applications are open now. Click here
Don’t miss out on your chance to see Crowded House, Patti Smith and Her Band, Dave Matthews Band, Lenny Kravitz, George Benson, Kool & the Gang, The Gipsy Kings and so many more incredible artists performing this Easter without having to hand over a penny for it!