Gain free 2017 festival tickets for some of the best festivals in the UK by applying to volunteer with us!

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Free 2017 Festival Tickets

You can gain free 2017 festival tickets for some of the best festivals in the UK by applying to volunteer with Hotbox Events!

Hotbox Events works closely with UK festival organisers; recruiting and managing over two thousand festival volunteers each year.

The Hotbox Events team plays a big part in creating a good atmosphere and helping the festival goers to get the most out of their festivals by providing fantastic customer service and support. By applying to volunteer and joining our festival team you can help us to continue to achieve this!

Volunteering for Free Festival Tickets in 2017

If you would like more information about volunteering at a festival with Hotbox Events for your free 2017 festival tickets please head over to our about page.

If you'd like to apply to join us now please head to our apply page.

Working as Festival Staff for Free Festival Tickets in 2017

When we work at a festival we have a festival staff team of up to 50 staff working in various roles managing our festival volunteers onsite.

Our festival staff positions include:

  • Festival Site Managers
  • Festival Project Managers
  • Festival Staff Supervisors
  • Festival Arena Supervisors
  • Festival Campsite Zone Supervisors
  • Festival Office Managers
  • Festival Multi-Agency Communications Control Staff
  • Festival Golf Buggy Drivers
  • Festival 4x4 Drivers
  • Festival Minibus Drivers

All Hotbox Events festival staff also get free festival tickets so that they can enjoy the festival when they are not working!

If you're interested in applying for a job working with Hotbox Events as a paid member of our festival staff, please head over to our festival jobs and work page for more information about how to apply.

Free Festival Tickets 2017 - Festival volunteers working for their free 2017 festival tickets

Festival volunteers working for their free 2017 festival tickets

Shanika (American Studies student, University of Leicester)

Working as a CAT at Reading Festival 2013 was an awesome experience! I got to meet loads of new people, both the workers and the campers and I saw most of the bands I wanted to see. The shifts are awesome, well the night shift is pretty crazy, but without doubt it is worth the experience. Volunteering is most definitely the way forward for festivals and I wouldn't go to them any other way!

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