Volunteer at Music Festivals
If you'd like to volunteer at the best music festivals in the UK this summer you've come to the right place!
To find out more about volunteering at a festival head over to our about page and choose the music festival you're interested in volunteering at...
There you'll find lots of info including when you'll need to arrive at the festival, how many volunteer shifts you'll do, how old you need to be to volunteer at music festivals, the kind of things you'll get involved with when volunteering and loads more!
Watch interviews with our festival volunteers
If you've not volunteered at a music festival before and would like to find out more about what it's like volunteering at festivals before applying, make sure you checkout our festival volunteer interviews!
In the interviews you'll get to hear from volunteers who have joined us talking about how they found their shifts, how they were treated by the Hotbox Events team, what it was like volunteering at a festival for the first time on their own, taking on more responsibility year on year and progressing from a festival volunteer to staff role, and even how the experience and confidence gained has helped with their career progression away from music festivals!
Contact us to find out more about volunteering at festivals
If you've got questions or would just like to have a chat about volunteering at music festivals with us you can email or call
Or get in touch via one of our socials linked at the bottom of the page 🙂
Volunteering at Download with Hotbox was undoubtedly and simply one of the best weeks of my life.
As this was my first festival volunteering experience, the benefits exceeded my expectations. The showers were surprisingly decent, the main Hotbox tent was fantastic for socialising in addition to the plug sockets, and the free tea/coffee was the cherry on top! Knowing that I can volunteer again, I can safely say that I do not plan on buying a normal audience ticket for these festivals ever again.
Of course, it goes without saying that the people were awesome. I was fortunate enough to be going with a friend of mine and together we made new friends who stuck from our very first shift on day 1 together!