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Experience with volunteering?? When do they inform you?


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Written on: 06.04.2014 23:02
Sean Kramer
Posts: 8
Hiya everyone!! I signed up to volunteer but I also don't want to wait too long to get my ticket if they don't choose me... Does anyone know when they usually inform people?? And do you think it might be sold out by then? (I expect it to sell out faster than ever this year.)

Also, what general advice do you have for volunteering? Is it worth it? Could I be forced to miss the stones? There's absolutely no way in hell I'm missing the Rolling Stones (they are the main reason I'm going in the first place) and I definitely want to see the Arctic Monkeys too... Just wondering if it's a good idea for my first time at Roskilde! Thanks guys!
Written on: 07.04.2014 11:16
Jim Daggerthuggert
Posts: 637
Don't know about how long you will have to wait to before you get an answer.But i know you might miss some bands. Someone has to work during the music, and that someone could be you.

If you work before or after the festival, setting up the stages, cleaning up afterwards, you will ofcourse not end up missing anything. But if you work during the festival, you probably have to work atleast one shift while the music is playing.

Most places try to make it possible for the workers to go to there prefered bands, but there is no guarantee you won't miss the Stones (since many of your coworkers probably want to go see them aswell).

So you might want to get a job before or after the festival - or rethink volunteering.

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 07.04.2014 at 11:19.]
Written on: 27.05.2014 09:22
CampWestBurgerJoint
Posts: 246
What Jim said. Plus, there usually the posibility for you to swap your working schedule with someone else in your volunteer organization, if you for example are scheduled to work thursday night.


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