​WHAT IS THE C’ROO?

WHAT’S THE C’ROO?

The C’roo (pronounced kroo͞ ,  or you know…crew) is the name that we call our corps of volunteers at Bonnaroo!

WHAT DOES THE C’ROO DO?

They work all over the festival on various smaller C’roos to support the festival staff, fans, sponsors, and artists to ensure that everyone at Bonnaroo has an unforgettable, exciting, fun, and safe time. As a member of the C’roo, you could be doing anything from helping set up the festival site, to keeping a watchful eye on various entry points, to helping us maintain a green site, or even simply putting on a smile and greeting everyone as they come and go throughout the event. It’s all up to you and what your personal interests are!

 

WHAT DO I GET IF I JOIN THE C’ROO?

All members of the C’roo receive a free ticket to attend Bonnaroo whenever they’re not working, a t-shirt to show everyone that you are part of the C’roo, free showers*, a meal token for every shift that you work, and all sorts of other perks. Most importantly members of the C’roo get the sense of being a huge part of something special, the experience of working at a major music festival, and playing a big part in everyone’s great time! Not to mention memories that will last a lifetime.

Are you in college? As part of the C’roo you’re eligible to be nominated to take part in Well Dunn which helps provide mentorships, scholarships, internships, and job placement assistance to volunteers in the entertainment industry that show exceptional talent and drive as the leaders of tomorrow.

 

HOW DO I JOIN THE C'ROO?

Follow these 10 simple steps!

STEP 1. Be sure to read through all of the information available including the FAQ and C’roo Descriptions.

STEP 2. Fill out the C’roo application of your choice!

• Applications will be available in March.
• You must pay a $25 NON-REFUNDABLE application-processing fee in order to apply to join the C’roo.
• You’ll be able to choose from Festival C’roo or Clean Vibes C’roo applications. Do note that once you have filled out an application for one or the other, you will not be able to transfer your application over should you change your mind. You would have to fill out a new application and pay the processing fee again if you wish to change.

Festival C’roo Volunteers are working all over the festival site on various smaller C’roos.
• See Festival C’Roo descriptions here.
• You can choose to work:

• PRE-Show- Minimum work requirement of 18 hours spread in to three, 6-hour shifts. Must be able to come on site on Sunday, June 8th. All PRE-Show Volunteers will be done with their work requirements before the festival begins Thursday afternoon. PRE-Show C’roos are only available to returning volunteers and are extremely limited in number of positions. Your best bet if you are returning volunteer and want one of these positions will be to get your application and deposit in as early as possible.
• During-Show- Minimum work requirement of 18 hours spread in to three, 6-hour shifts. Must be able to come on site on Tuesday, June 10th. Why so early? Because we want to make sure you get checked in and set up and working before we open the doors to the general public.

Clean Vibes C’roo Volunteers handle all aspects of Bonnaroo’s waste and recycling program and there are many volunteer opportunities both during and after the event.
•  See Clean Vibes C’Roo descriptions here.
• You can choose to work:

• During-Show- Minimum work requirement of 18 hours spread in to three, 6-hour shifts. Must be able to come on site Tuesday, June 10th. Why so early? Because we want to make sure you get checked in and set up and working before we open the doors to the general public.
• POST-Show- Minimum work requirement of 20 hours spread in to two, 10-hour shifts. Must be able to stay on site through Wednesday, June 18th.
*IMPORTANT NOTE- Clean Vibes POST-Show C’roo volunteers do not receive all of the same perks as everyone else because they get to experience the entire festival without missing anything because of work requirements. Clean Vibes POST-Show C’roo volunteers will camp in general admission and they will gain access to the event when the gates open rather than early like the rest of the C’roo. They cannot arrive or camp with a pre or during show volunteer. Showers will not be available for POST-Show C’roo volunteers during the event but they will be available post event.  POST-Show C’roo volunteers will also be provided with breakfast and lunch on Tuesday and Wednesday post event.

STEP 3. Pay your deposit!

• All Festival C’roo and Clean Vibes C’roo Volunteers must pay a $300 deposit in order to be considered for a position.
• Provided that you show up on time to all of your shifts, do the job that’s expected of you, and don’t break any rules, your full deposit will be refunded to you after the festival is over.
• All deposits must be paid by no later than May 16th, 2014
• Because Clean Vibes C’roo applications are divided into individual C’roo applications already, the deposit for them is due when you sign up.
• If something comes up and you have to cancel before May 16th you can get your deposit back minus a $25 cancellation fee. Any cancellations after May 16th will forfeit their full deposit.

STEP 4. Get assigned to your C’roo!

• All volunteers will be assigned to a specific C’roo. Meaning that if you get assigned to the Partner Activities C’roo for example, that’s the C’roo you’ll work on for all of your shifts.
• This will help build consistency for both you and the festival staff so that you’re trained on everything that they do and aren’t required to learn a new system every day.
• As part of the application, you’ll be able to notate which C’roos you are most interested in working on. While we can’t guarantee you’ll get your top choice, we will do our best to get you on a C’roo that fits your interests.
• For Festival C’roos you’ll be assigned to your specific C’roo within 72 hours of paying your deposit so be sure to get it in early for a better chance of joining the C’roo of your dreams! Clean Vibes C’roos are assigned as you fill out the application.

STEP 5. Complete your C’roo training!

• All C’roo volunteers are required to take part in a mandatory training which involves watching a few videos and answering some basic questions about what you saw.
• All C’roo volunteers will be required to complete the training before they can check-in on-site so be sure to get it done as soon as it gets sent out.

STEP 6. Get your C’roo schedule!

• Schedules will be released at least two weeks prior to when you are required to be on site.
• This will allow you to know when you’re supposed to be working and give you an idea of what your free time at Bonnaroo will look like. What bands will you get to see? Which ones will you have to miss? All of that will be answered ahead of time so that if you have any issues, you can try and work it out.
• You will have the ability to offer up your shifts to other volunteers and pick up different shifts on your same C’roo for the two weeks leading up to being on site as well.
• By giving you your schedules ahead of time, we hope that you’ll be able to resolve any conflicts before you get on site to check-in. Of course someone has to agree to pick up your offered shifts and you will have to pick up enough shifts to equal out to 18 hours but our system allows you to put it out there that you’re interested in a schedule change. If you can’t get anybody to pick up your undesired shifts, we can try to make a change but most likely you’ll have to work that shift.

STEP 7. Check in at Bonnaroo!!!

• All PRE-Show and During-Show Volunteers check-in at an off site location. Information about times and where to check in will be sent to those C’roo members who have followed through with the whole application process and have been assigned to a C’roo.
• Once you’ve received your credentials at check-in you will be directed over to the site to the exclusive volunteer camping areas. The Tollbooth and Parking C’roos camp in their own area closer to the Main Tollbooth Entrance, Info/PODs volunteers camp at their assigned POD, and the rest of the C’roos camp in an area known as The Back 60. Only volunteers are allowed to camp in these spots so if you want to come with friends, convince them to join the C’roo with you! Remember that Clean Vibes POST-Show C’roo volunteers come on site at the same time as general admission and they also camp in general admission camping.
• Once on site you will not be able to leave so be sure to check, double check, and then check again that you have everything you need to make it through your time on site.

STEP 8. Work your shifts

• Be sure to check in 15-20 minutes early to each of your shifts.
• Check-in locations will vary depending on which C’roo you are assigned to.
• All C’roo members are expected to be on time, SOBER, and wearing appropriate clothing for their shift:

• Always wear your C’roo t-shirt when you’re working and be sure to wear something else when you’re not. We don’t want to confuse someone who’s supposed to be working with someone who isn’t.
• No open-toed shoes or sandals
• Think about the type of work that you’re going to be doing when deciding what to wear. Will it be possible in a dress? Skin-tight leather pants? A toga? Be smart and realistic about your decision. Showing up in inappropriate clothing or without proper shoes could result in forfeiture of your deposit.

 • Be sure to bring sunscreen, a water bottle, and a snack but not too much more as we won’t have anywhere to store your stuff and some jobs may not allow you to have a backpack of any kind while you’re working.
• You’ll be taken from your check-in location by either a C’roo staff member or one of our volunteer leaders, known as GuRoos (more details on how to be a GuRoo here), to where you’re going to be working.
• Be sure to stay at your assigned location and task until you are either taken to another work place or have been dismissed by your GuRoo or someone from Staff. That’s the only way that you can be sure that it gets noted that you completed your shift.
• Meal tokens that can be used at any of the vendors in Centeroo will be given out at the end of each shift.

STEP 9. Live the Bonnaroovian Code!

STEP 10. Wash, Rinse, Repeat Next Year!!!

 


GUROOS

For the second consecutive year, experienced Roo volunteers will supervise the C’Roo. GuRoos don’t just get perks, gain valuable work experience & community karma, they lead volunteer activities at the festival, and work hand in hand with the Bonnaroo Works Fund to improve life on The Farm and beyond.

 

How do I become a GuRoo?

First, join the C’Roo, and fill out the GuRoo section, too. To be eligible, you must have volunteered at Bonnaroo at least once before. Applications must be submitted by April 11. Qualified applicants will be contacted for interviews, and GuRoo selections will be finalized on May 16. 

All GuRoos are asked to work a total of 28 hours on The Farm and arrive on site for pre-show prep Sunday, June 8.

GuRoo Karma Works

This year, the volunteer rewards are real, and every GuRoo hour counts. As part of our brand new C’Roo Gooders campaign, the BWF will match real-life contributions to a charity of each GuRoo’s choice for every hour on the clock. At Bonnaroo 2014, GuRoo karma works double-time.

Other Perks

This year’s GuRoos will earn pit access at the What Stage for 2014 headliners, in addition to 2 meal tokens per shift, and 2x the tees: a C’Roo shirt and a GuRoo shirt featuring a charity of choice. GuRoos are also eligible to join us on the Bonnaroo Works Fund advisory board (read below for more). And that’s in addition to cheap friends and free memories, plus valuable leadership experience at the best music festival on earth.

Applications to join the C’Roo and become a GuRoo will be available in March. Read on to learn more about this year’s amplified karma works.

C’Roo Gooders

“Radiate positivity.” 

We’ve been sending the message for years, and in 2014 we’re boosting our signal.

This summer, volunteer work on the farm will butterfly effect beyond the festival grounds, with volunteer hours translating into real-life donations to the projects our community cares most about:
Education, the arts, and the environment… 

In 2014, all GuRoos will give not just to Bonnaroo, but to a charity of their choice. Hours will add up to real donations: items like laptops, crayons, and trees. GuRoos will be able to keep track as their work earns perks for local schools, community centers, parks, and for other karmic causes that count.

C’Roo Gooders is an extension of the Bonnaroo Works Fund, the charitable arm of the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. Over its 10+ year history, the BWF has donated more than $5 million to organizations both big and small, with a focus on initiatives located in and around Manchester, Tennessee. 

In 2013, the BWF distributed more than $369,000 in grants to local, regional, and national organizations. Recipients include more than 60 local organizations including the Manchester Municipal Arts Commission, Coffee County Board of Education, Manchester Park Partners, and regional and national organizations like Tennessee Environmental Council, VH1 Save The Music, and Headcount.

In 2014, it will be the GuRoos who decide who benefits big from the BWF. Each GuRoo will be provided the opportunity to pledge support to one of 3 charities, with every hour on the clock karma-mining closer to an achievement that will bring benefits beyond The Farm. 

Donated achievements are still TBD, as are participating charities. Stay tuned for more info as the festival date approaches.

Ask not what your Roo can do for you…

C’Roo Gooders is just the latest Bonnaroo program established to enhance the volunteer experience. We’ve long encouraged volunteers to be more than just volunteers, and now GuRoos can represent ‘Roo and lead our good works for more than just one week. 

Starting this year, we’ve opened up several new positions on the Bonnaroo Works Fund advisory board to be held by distinguished GuRoos who want to take their participation to the next step.

Advisory board members will meet several times a year via video conference, interfacing quarterly with Nina Miller, BWF Director, and meeting annually with Bonnaroo Partners. The advisory board plays a key role in directing how funds are disbursed in the coming year, with committee members responsible for the shape of Bonnaroo’s future positive impact on the farm and nationwide. 

The BWF advisory committee offers a unique opportunity for GuRoos who are interested in a career in the nonprofit space or those who just want to become more involved in Bonnaroo.

To participate in C’Roo Gooders or to become eligible for the BWF advisory board, fill out the GuRoo section of the C’Roo application

See you on The Farm!

C'ROO FAQ

DO I NEED A TICKET?

No! Working your required shifts is your volunteer ticket. We do not refund tickets if you buy them before you find out if you have been confirmed into our program. We cannot refund tickets once purchased so please do not buy with the intention of exchanging it for a C’roo credential.

I ALREADY BOUGHT A TICKET BUT I’D LIKE TO HELP OUT FOR A FEW HOURS, CAN I DO THAT?

Sorry but no. We need all of our volunteers to commit to working at least 18 hours.

HOW OLD DO YOU HAVE TO BE?

Minimum age requirement for the C’roo is 18 years old.

 

WHAT IF I’M NOT FROM THE UNITED STATES, CAN I STILL VOLUNTEER?

Yes! You’ll want to check with your country’s specific laws on travel to the US but we’d love to have you.

IF I FILL OUT AN APPLICATION, HOW LIKELY IS IT THAT I’LL BE CHOSEN?

Unless you’ve volunteered in the past and done something wrong, you can pretty much guarantee that your application will be accepted. The only way to 100% lock in your place on a C’roo is to pay your deposit once you’ve been accepted.

CAN I WORK WITH MY FRIENDS?

We will do everything we can to assign you with your friends however it may not be completely possible all of the time.  The more flexible you all are with when you want to work and what C’roo you are assigned to, the easier it will be to get the same shifts on the same C’roo. It also helps if you all turn in your deposit at the same time because some C’roos will fill faster than others and we may not have enough room for all of you if one person got in before everyone else.

CAN I CAMP WITH MY FRIENDS?

Only C’roo members are allowed to camp in the volunteer camping areas. So convince your friends to volunteer too and you can camp together all week! The only exception to this is Clean Vibes Post-Show C’roo volunteers who camp in GA camping.

WHEN DO I HAVE TO BE ON SITE?

It depends on which C’roo you sign up for. Pre-Show volunteers must be on site the Sunday before Bonnaroo and During-Show volunteers must be on site on Tuesday before.  Post-Show Clean Vibes C’roo volunteers cannot come on site until it’s opened up for general admission.

WHY DO WE HAVE TO BE ON SITE SO EARLY?

Because we want to make sure you get checked in and set up and working before we open the doors to the general public.

WHAT PERKS ARE INCLUDED FOR VOLUNTEERS?

All members of the C’roo are guaranteed to receive a free ticket to attend Bonnaroo whenever they’re not working, a t-shirt to show everyone that you are part of the C’roo, free showers, and a free meal token which can be redeemed at any of the vendors in Centeroo for every shift that you work. Clean Vibes Post Show C’roo volunteers will have slightly different perks, please see details on this position.

CAN I DO BOTH FESTIVAL C’ROO AND CLEAN VIBES C’ROO?

No! You must choose one or the other. Keep in mind that once you apply for one, you can’t transfer your application. You would have to apply and pay the application fee again if you wanted to switch.

DO VOLUNTEERS GET TO SEE THE SHOWS?

Yes. As a member of the C’roo you are welcome to do whatever you choose with your free time as long as you show up on time and ready to work when scheduled. Being a volunteer though does mean that you may have to sacrifice some of your viewing time to do the job that you signed up for

CAN I WORK ON MORE THAN ONE C’ROO?

Not really. We want to assign everyone to one specific C’roo so that you, the staff, and our fans get a sense of consistency with the people working everyday. The one exception to this is the Support C’roo, which fills in wherever necessary. If you like variety and are extremely flexible with what you could be doing, consider listing that as one of your Festival C’roo preferences.

WHY DO WE HAVE TO PAY A DEPOSIT?

The C’roo is an essential part of Bonnaroo. Without each and every volunteer, Bonnaroo isn’t possible. We need some level of assurance that you’re going to show up and do the job that you’ve agreed to do. While we’d love to trust everyone that signs up, there are unfortunately some people that try to take advantage of the system. We don’t want your money. We would much rather give it back to you and as long as you show up on time, stay on task, and don’t break any rules, you will get your money back.

HOW CAN I BE SURE TO GET ON THE C’ROO THAT I WANT?

Some of the C’roos are very small and will fill up quickly. You will be assigned to your C’roo within 72 hours of paying your deposit. The easiest way to give yourself the best chance of getting on the C’roo of your dreams is to pay your deposit as soon as possible.

I AM A REGISTERED NURSE OR TRAINED EMT, CAN I VOLUNTEER TO WORK IN THE MEDICAL TENTS?

While a medical background is ALWAYS appreciated on site, the C’roo does not outfit the medical tents with any volunteers.

I HAVE A TECHNICAL AND/OR PRODUCTION BACKGROUND; CAN I VOLUNTEER WITH THE BONNAROO TECH CREWS?

The C’roo does not staff any of the technical staff with volunteers.

I’M NOT SURE I CAN HANDLE ANY REAL PHYSICAL LABOR, DOES THAT DISQUALIFY ME FROM JOINING THE C’ROO?

Absolutely not! The C’roo is open to anyone and everyone. Just be sure to read the C’roo descriptions when they become available and choose a C’roo that you can physically handle. Some of our C’roos do require heavy lifting but it will be noted in the description. If you get on site and don’t think you can handle a specific job, speak up and we’ll find something else for you to do.

I’M A COLLEGE STUDENT INTERESTED IN THE EVENT/ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY. WHAT OPPORTUNITIES DO I HAVE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BONNAROO AND HOW IT WORKS?

First and foremost, volunteering at Bonnaroo gives you a great opportunity to learn the behind the scenes action at a major festival. You’ll be working directly with the staff and no matter what you’re doing, you never know who it is that you’re interacting with and what they could do for your career. The important thing is to always be on top of your game and act in professional, personable, and fun way no matter what the job is.

We also have opportunities exclusive to volunteers through Well Dunn. The mission of Well Dunn is to support the ambitions of inspired young professionals by providing mentorships, scholarships, internships, and job placement assistance to volunteers in the entertainment industry that show exceptional talent and drive as the leaders of tomorrow. For more info check out welldunn.org.

C'ROO APPLICATIONS

The C’Roo is now accepting applications!

Applications are now available. Before applying be sure you’ve read through all of the available information here including the FAQ and C’roo Descriptions.

Remember that you will have to pay your $25 application fee as part of the application. For Festival C’roos deposits are not due until your application has been accepted. Applicants who get accepted on to one of our Festival C’Roos will be sent instructions on how to pay the $300 deposit. Clean Vibes C’roo volunteers pay their deposits at the time of application. All applications must be in by no later than May 16th, 2014 to be considered.

Remember that you must choose one or the other (Festival or Clean Vibes) and you will not be able to transfer your application if you sign up for one and decide later you want to switch.

NOTE: FESTIVAL C'ROOs ARE NOW FULL. SEVERAL POSITIONS ARE STILL AVAILABLE ON CLEAN VIBES C'ROOs!

Join our Clean Vibes C'roo

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FESTIVAL C'ROO DESCRIPTIONS

SOME FESTIVAL C’ROOS OFFER SHIFTS TO BOTH PRE-SHOW AND DURING-SHOW C’ROO MEMBERS. BE SURE TO READ THROUGH EACH DESCRIPTION AND WHEN THEY ARE AVAILABLE BEFORE FILLING OUT YOUR FESTIVAL C’ROO APPLICATION.

 

ACCESS- Works with the festival access staff with all operations in place to assist patrons with disabilities. Caring people with a passion to include everyone in the festival experience are a must with this C’roo. (Only available DURING-Show)

• This C’roo may require overnight shifts.

ARTIST HOSPITALITY AND LOGISTICS- Works with the Artist Relations and Transportation departments helping with check-in, set-up, office operations, and management of fan interactions with artists such as CD signings. Anyone with an interest in dealing with behind the scenes artists action that can handle themselves in a professional manor without getting star-struck are ideal. (Only available DURING-Show)

CAMPGROUND AND RVS- Helps manage and operate the different special areas of the campgrounds such as Groop Camping and the different Tent and RV Rental areas. The logistics of setting up a campground this size are immense and this C’roo is right in the middle of all of it to ensure our patrons have a great time. Like puzzles? The campgrounds are a huge puzzle that you can help with and learn about how we solve it. (Only available DURING-Show)

CATERING AND HOSPITALITY- Helps run the various catering areas on the festival from working in the catering office to helping stock and maintain the different catering areas. Could require heavy lifting. Catering and Hospitality are big business in the events world and this would be a great C’roo for anyone interested in breaking into it. (Only available DURING-Show)

CHECK-IN- Assists at all of the various credential pick-up and check-in locations both on and off site for festival staff, guests, sponsors, and attendees. A calm nerve and good attitude will go a long way for anyone interested in high volume customer service. (Available PRE-Show and DURING-Show)

CINEMA TENT- Helps maintain lines and escort festival attendees to seats in the Cinema Tent. The film and music industries have a strong connection and this is a great opportunity for anyone wanting to learn about bridging the gap. (Only available DURING-Show)

COMEDY TENT- Assists with all operations of the Comedy Tent from handing out line tickets to maintaining entrances and helping backstage. If you feel like venue management is your calling, this will give you a hands on experience helping to manage a venue within the festival site. (Only available DURING-Show)

FESTIVAL ACTIVITIES- Helps with set up and management of various fan interaction activities throughout the festival site. There are a lot of different things that fans can participate in and working on this C’roo will give you a varied experience in what it takes to plan, set up, and operate the special and unique experiences at Bonnaroo (Only available DURING-Show)

• This C’roo may require overnight shifts.

INFO/PODS- Provides information to festival attendees and helps maintain all of the various POD areas in the campgrounds. Also runs the main information booth in Centeroo. Experience and knowledge of Bonnaroo is a huge plus because this C’roo is on the front lines as the face of the people who planned it all. (Only available DURING-Show)

• This C’roo will camp within the PODs that they are assigned to instead of the main C’roo camping area.
• This C’roo may require overnight shifts.

LOGISTICS AND SET-UP- Assists with various projects around the festival from setting up work and event areas to helping with the operational and production sides of the festival site. Could require heavy lifting. The experience you could have on this C’roo will be all over the place, literally. Every department at Bonnaroo will be utilizing this C’roo is some form or another to make the event happen. (Available PRE-Show and DURING-Show)

PARKING- Exactly what it sounds like. Helping park vehicles throughout the festival. But is it really that simple? No! This C’roo is for people with an eye for problem solving, traffic control, safety, and the ability to move and adjust quickly as the site fills up. (Only available DURING-Show)

• This C’roo may require overnight shifts.
• Will work one 12-hour shift and one 6-hour shift instead of three 6-hour shifts. All shifts will be done by Friday night.
• This C’roo will camp in a different location closer to the entrances of the campground.

PARTNER ACTIVITIES- Assists festival partners and sponsors with their activations on site from helping set up to running fan interaction with the different activities. Could require heavy lifting. If you have an interest in marketing, promotions, public relations, this C’roo is about all of those things and more. It’s about helping our brands provide a great experience to our fans. (Only available DURING-Show)

ROLL LIKE A ROCK STAR- Helps with set up and management of the Roll Like a Rock Star program. Excellent customer service skills required. This C’roo is all about business management and providing a service to high-level clients (Only available DURING-Show)

SUPPORT- Acts as a fill-in C’roo wherever additional help and support is needed. Excellent opportunity for those who are willing to take on anything and are looking for variety in the work that they do each day. Could require heavy lifting. (Available PRE-Show and DURING-Show)

TOLL BOOTHS- Staffs the entrances to the festival and helps guide festival attendees from the entrance to their camping location. This is your chance to be on the front lines and watch the crowds roll in. They are the gate keepers to the entire Bonnaroo experience. (Only available DURING-Show)

• This C’roo may require overnight shifts
• Will work one 12-hour shift and one 6-hour shift instead of three 6 hour shifts. All 12-hour shifts will be on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday.
• This C’roo will camp in a different location closer to the entrances of the campground.

VISUAL DESIGN AND DÉCOR- Assists the visual design team on site with setting up and prepping different visual elements of the festival. Art, painting, carpentry, or building skills a plus. Could require heavy lifting. This is a great opportunity to help create the visual elements at Bonnaroo which are some of the most unique things about the entire event. (Only available PRE-Show)

 


CLEAN VIBES
​C'ROO DESCRIPTIONS

 

THESE CLEAN VIBES C'ROOS OFFER DURING-SHOW SHIFTS:
CLEAN UP- Clean Vibes During Show Clean Up Volunteers will be working with a large group of staff and volunteers collecting and consolidating bags of trash and recycling and sweeping the grounds of all litter each morning. (F/S/S) Please be aware that this is physical work, including stooping, bending and lifting, and that you will be working hard – rain or shine!

COMPOST- Clean Vibes During Show Compost Volunteers will be working alongside Clean Vibes Compost Crew members to sort non-compost items out of the on-site compost pile. This is dirty but very rewarding work. This position requires stooping and bending and may entail some lifting. We do provide a shade tent for these volunteers.

TRASH TALKER®- Clean Vibes Trash Talker® Volunteers will be managing a waste reclamation station in Centeroo or the main venue in order to direct attendees on the proper disposal of their waste – in recycling, compost, or landfill. This position is both fun and interactive; it allows each volunteer to have a direct influence on the amount of waste diverted from the landfill while educating the music fans!

TABLE BUSSER- Clean Vibes During Show Table Bussers will be stationed within one of the picnic table areas in Centeroo and will work in conjunction with Clean Vibes crew and Clean Vibes Trash Talkers to ensure the area remains clean and safe. This is a fun job educating festival attendees on waste disposal while encouraging them to clean up after themselves!

THE CLEAN VIBES POST SHOW CLEAN-UP C’ROO IS THE ONLY POST-SHOW C’ROO.
Clean Vibes Post Show Cleanup Volunteers will be working the Tuesday and Wednesday after the event. Volunteers will work with a large group of staff and volunteers collecting and consolidating bags of trash and recycling and sweeping the campgrounds. Please be aware that this is physical work, including stooping, bending and lifting, and that you will be working hard – rain or shine! 20 hour commitment, 10 hours on both Tuesday (6/17) and Wednesday (6/18) after the event.