How does it work?
Step 1: You sign up to volunteer with us at
Ireland's biggest music events.
Step 2: You work with us to help make the
event the best it can be.
Step 3: Enjoy festivals during your down time
or see headline acts for one day
Note: For all of our events you must be over 18 to volunteer.
- Experience events from the inside;
- Gain experience and meet like-minded individuals;
- For festivals - stay in a dedicated staff campsite;
- Access to all the fun of the festivals on your time off;
- Finish in time to watch headline acts for one day concerts;
- Great experience for your CV;
- Volunteer together with friends and then party.
We offer a variety of roles depending if you are volunteering at a festival or a one day event.
For one day events our roles finish before the headline act takes to the stage - they include accessible assistants, minor sign-in assistants, stewards, customer care assistants etc.
For festivals we have a larger range and roles can include all of the above and decorating assistants, build and break site crew, environmental assistants and more. Some roles will allow you to volunteer in advance of the festival so you have more time off during the actual event.
You can see a breakdown of the different roles in the roles section here.
Volunteering With Friends
If you sign up to volunteer with friends we'll do our best to assign you to the same shifts. After your group of friends have completed the application form one of you can fill in a "My Festival Peeps" form with all your names. We use this form to organise your shifts. While it isn't always possible to assign friends to the same shifts given the large numbers of volunteers we always try our best.
Next Steps - Further Questions
Before applying you should read all our FAQs here to get an in depth understanding of how the volunteer programme works. If you have any further questions you can email us at email@example.com
Applications are open until we fill our volunteer teams. Spaces are limited so we'd encourage you to apply as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.