Festival Site Crew
Buddhafield Festival 2017 |
Erecting fencing in the car park | Image © Satyadarshin 2011
On this page you can find out about what the Buddhafield Festival Site Crew does, what we need you to be able to commit to and how to volunteer.
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Work Details and Dates
We are looking for people to work with us from Wednesday 28 to Tuesday 25 July, with the Festival running on the 12 to 16 July 2017.
Before the festival site work will include:
- Bringing kit onto site
- Putting up tents
- Laying track
- Installing plumbing and lighting
- Assembling compost toilets
- Establishing recycling and waste systems etc.
After the event we will take it all down, load it into vans and clean up the site.
Obviously the site crew’s main duties will be before and after the festival, but we always need some people to be on standby and help out during the event — and we will organise this as the set up progresses.
In exchange for a ticket to the festival and food whilst on site we will be expecting people to work roughly six hour days plus team meetings. We are also hoping to organise (optional) daily meditation slots and dharma discussion groups etc during the set up.
A Word about Alcohol and Drugs
Please have a think about our view on drink and drugs.
We don’t wish to judge people’s views on this — and hope it won’t put you off applying! And if this would be a new way of experiencing a festival for you then why not give it a try?! However please bear in mind that if you choose to work with us, then we’d like this policy to be respected.
Join a Team: Site Crew Recruiting Now
We are currently looking for,
- General help with the set-up and take-down of the event.
Read the section on work details and dates, above and contact the Site Crew Co-ordinator if this interests you. Alternatively, check out the Recycling Team and Toilet Wizards.
- Current industry-standard tickets and qualifications in the following areas, please Contact the Site Crew Co-ordinator:
- Gas Fitters
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For an overview of Festival volunteering visit the main volunteering page.