Kendal Calling Festival – 2018

25th July to 30th July

@KendalCalling

With a big main stage lineup each year, a huge dance tent, and a plethora of small and interesting stages hosted in quirky tents, Kendal Calling is a great chance to see both big and up and coming artists in a truly gorgeous setting.

The Libertines, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Run DMC, Hacienda Classical, Ocean Colour Scene, James, Shed Seven, The Wailers, Fun Lovin Criminals, Basement Jaxx, Gorgon City, Grandmaster Flash, plus many more…

Why Volunteer With Us

  • You gain free entry for working only a few hours.
  • You won’t miss any of the festival! Most of the work is out of the way before the festival even gets going, then it’s just a few hours on the Monday morning as people are leaving.
  • You are likely to get tips.
  • You get to camp in the staff campsite, and have access to clean toilets and free hot showers.
  • You will gain event industry experience, might gain contacts, and volunteering looks really good on your CV.
  • We welcome group applications! You can volunteer and party with your friends! Just include the names of who you are applying with in your application and we will ensure you all have the same shifts.
  • Volunteering is also a great way to meet people and experience a festival as many previous volunteers will tell you. So also, don’t be afraid to come on your own. We all camp together as a group and there is a real team feel to it, both while working, and over the weekend in the festival.
  • You will have an amazing time!

Details

  • You are required to arrive at the event on Wednesday 25th July.
  • You will work a maximum of 18 hours between the dates of Thursday 26th July and Monday 30th July.
  • This will likely consist of 1 x 9 hour shift and 1 x 5 hour shift on the Thursday and Friday, plus a few hours on the Monday morning.

You will not have to work Friday evening, all day Saturday, or all of Sunday, so you are just free to enjoy the festival!

Overview

Kendal Calling Festival – 2018

25th July to 30th July - Kendal Calling Festival - 2018

@KendalCalling

With a big main stage lineup each year, a huge dance tent, and a plethora of small and interesting stages hosted in quirky tents, Kendal Calling is a great chance to see both big and up and coming artists in a truly gorgeous setting.

The Libertines, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Run DMC, Hacienda Classical, Ocean Colour Scene, James, Shed Seven, The Wailers, Fun Lovin Criminals, Basement Jaxx, Gorgon City, Grandmaster Flash, plus many more…

Why Volunteer With Us

  • You gain free entry for working only a few hours.
  • You won’t miss any of the festival! Most of the work is out of the way before the festival even gets going, then it’s just a few hours on the Monday morning as people are leaving.
  • You are likely to get tips.
  • You get to camp in the staff campsite, and have access to clean toilets and free hot showers.
  • You will gain event industry experience, might gain contacts, and volunteering looks really good on your CV.
  • We welcome group applications! You can volunteer and party with your friends! Just include the names of who you are applying with in your application and we will ensure you all have the same shifts.
  • Volunteering is also a great way to meet people and experience a festival as many previous volunteers will tell you. So also, don’t be afraid to come on your own. We all camp together as a group and there is a real team feel to it, both while working, and over the weekend in the festival.
  • You will have an amazing time!

Details

  • You are required to arrive at the event on Wednesday 25th July.
  • You will work a maximum of 18 hours between the dates of Thursday 26th July and Monday 30th July.
  • This will likely consist of 1 x 9 hour shift and 1 x 5 hour shift on the Thursday and Friday, plus a few hours on the Monday morning.

You will not have to work Friday evening, all day Saturday, or all of Sunday, so you are just free to enjoy the festival!

Event Overview

  • Date Posted: Posted 9 months ago
  • Event Name: Kendal Calling Festival – 2018