Volunteers are the backbone and core essence of our festival. As a volunteer for YouthMundus, you will get a unique experience and opportunity to work both behind the scenes and on the frontlines, where you will get to learn all the ins and outs of what it takes to make a festival go round.
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We advise everyone to read all the information on this page prior to applying. The faster you submit your application, the greater your odds are of getting assigned to your dream job. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that everyone will get the job that they apply for, or the days they wish to work. However, we can promise that we will do our very best to accommodate.
Your work volume will vary according to your job assignment, but expect to work around 20 hours in total. In general, if you commit to one day's of work we will provide you with a free one day admission ticket to the festival. We can also guarantee you an unforgettable experience filled with great music/short films/activities, tasty organic food, eternal gratitude, wonderful friendships and much more.
You must be 16 years of age or older. If you are under 18 years of age, you will need a parental consent in order to be able to volunteer.
You do not need to have any prior festival experience, but we certainly do hope that you have a an infectiously positive attitude and dedicated team spirit!Maturity, honesty, reliability and professionalism are absolute musts! While on the job, you will not be allowed to consume alcohol. Illegal substances are strictly prohibited at all times.
We expect you to interact with the festival attendees in a polite and helpful manner.
You must attend whichever locations you are directed to attend at the times you are directed to attend them, when at the festival.
You must not cease carrying out your designated activities until directed to do so.
You must arrive at the festival during the time window stated and follow directions given to access the site correctly.
You must wear closed toed shoes whilst carrying out activities as a volunteer
You must wear sensible and appropriate clothing for your shift and make sure you have sufficient sensible clothing for the day
We offer a wide range of various volunteer jobs. We will need help both before, during and after the festival. Here are some tasks you can get as a volunteer:
Volunteer Coordinators & Managers - experienced volunteers who are in a position of responsibility during the Festival, specifically supervising the work of other volunteers in one area.
Rigging Army (set up/tear down) – up or dismantling of festival site, fences, tents, etc
Entrance and Ticket Control - making sure everyone has a ticket and does not bring prohibited goods into the festival
General Safety – ensure that everyone is doing well at the festival and not get lost in the festival area
Eco Army – responsible for keeping our festival site as clean as possible
Drivers – drive back and forth to festival area with equipment and people
Wellness Group – make sure that other volunteers, partners, talent and guests are feeling great
Runners – work where needed, when needed (ticket office, information office, waste handling, parking, gate watcher etc)
How do I apply to volunteer at an event?
Apply via the online application. We do not take postal applications. Volunteer applications will open up in may/june. We’ll get back to you within a week to let you know if you’re successful.
Will there be in Orientation meeting?
You will get more information, once you get accepted, but we can already inform you now that our orientation meetings will take place on Tuesday, 12th of November and Wednesday, 13th of November at 18:00 at Ex Caserma Guido Reni, the same venue where the festival will take place.
How and where do I check in?
First, go to Volunteer Headquarters (follow signs!). Once there, you will receive your volunteer wristband and any last-minute information. Next, let your Group Manager know you have arrived. They will let you know what to do next. Have fun!
Can I be on the same shifts as my friends?
We try as far as possible to put friends on the same volunteer shifts but we cannot please all of you all of the time on this front. If you wish to be on the same volunteer shift with friends, the best advice we can give you is to arrive on site for accreditation EARLY and let us know you would like to be together. Please not that on some tasks we must pick your volunteer shifts for you in the interests of fairness. Remember that volunteering at a festival is also a great way to make new friends as many previous volunteers will tell you.
Who is in charge of YouthMundus festival volunteers?
Our volunteer coordinator and manager is.
Travel and accommodation costs
You must provide and pay for your own travel to and from the festival and for your accommodation. We encourage all of our volunteers to use public transport or car share wherever possible.
Everybody does the tasks that are asked of them, sticks to the hours they are given, turns up for their shifts on time and in good condition, abides by the Volunteer Policy, follows the relevant event rules, then everybody will be delighted with you and you will be welcomed back next year.
Do you have questions about volunteering?
Contact us and we will get back to you as soon as possible.