There are multiple ways to be a part of Team Gov Ball. See below for the different ways you can get involved…
Pre/Post Festival Volunteers
We are looking for kind, eager, and able-bodied individuals that can work with others, have some fun, and earn a ticket to Gov Ball 2016! All volunteers must be at least 18 years of age (by May 23rd, 2016). Volunteers will receive access to all 3 days of the festival, an official Governors Ball volunteer t-shirt and a rockin’ good time!
Pre and Post Festival Volunteers are instrumental in the set-up and breakdown of the event. These shifts are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday before the festival and Monday and Tuesday after the festival. Pre-Festival/Post-Festival Volunteer shifts will be equal to approximately (2) 10-hour shifts on the days before and after the festival, for a minimum of 20 hours. Please make sure you are available to work during regular working hours on these days if you apply. There is a limited number of these positions available and they will be filled first come, first serve.
Pre/Post festival volunteer positions are now full.
During Festival Volunteers
We are looking for kind, eager, and able-bodied individuals that can work with others, have some fun, and earn a ticket to Gov Ball 2016! All volunteers must be at least 18 years of age (by May 23rd, 2016). Volunteers will receive access to all 3 days of the festival, an official Governors Ball volunteer t-shirt and a rockin’ good time! During festival volunteers will be required to work 5 hours per shift and complete a total of 15 hours over the festival weekend = (3) 5 Hour Shifts. Please be prepared to work prior to festival doors opening.
Click HERE to learn more about During Festival Volunteering and sign up to participate.
Gov Ball Gives Back
Gov Ball Gives Back is excited to partner with local NYC not-for-profit programs and give back to the city we love. New Yorkers interested in giving back and doing good can earn a 3-day GA ticket to the 2016 Governors Ball Music Festival by volunteering at local not-for-profit programs. GBGB 2016 will be partnering with NYC soup kitchens, pantry programs and Randall’s Island Park Alliance to help reduce hunger and improve the lives of New Yorkers in need.
Click HERE to learn more about Gov Ball Gives Back Volunteering and sign up to participate.
Clean Vibes is dedicated to responsible on-site waste management. Clean Vibes aims to promote recycling, composting and proper waste disposal by diverting waste from landfills and increasing the amount of material that is recycled and composted. Volunteer jobs may include bussing and wiping down tables, collecting loose litter from the grounds, walking and bending to collect litter, sweeping, and working with the Clean Vibes crew to consolidate bags of recycling and refuse. To register as a Clean Vibes Clean-up Volunteer at Governors Ball 2016 click HERE.