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VOLUNTEER AT OTIS

Help us make it all happen.

It takes a lot to pull off a music festival, and we definitely could not pull it off without help from our wonderful volunteers.

 

If you're interested in volunteering, follow the steps below. There is currently a waitlist for applying. If you have any questions contact us at volunteer@otismountain.com.



— Fill out the Volunteer Application.
There is currently a waitlist for volunteering. Apply to be added to the waitlist and we will respond to your application within two weeks. Returning volunteers receive preference.

— Purchase a discounted Volunteer Weekend Pass.
If you’re accepted as a volunteer, we’ll provide a code for a discounted Volunteer Weekend Pass ($60).

— Sign up for your shifts.
Once we see you’ve purchased your Weekend Pass, we’ll send you the shift sign up form. You’ll be required to sign up for two 3-hour shifts or one 5-hour shift.

 

VOLUNTEER REQUIREMENTS

— Some shifts require the ability to stand for 2 hours or more and move heavy items.
If you are unable to perform any of the required tasks, or have questions, please let us know at volunteer@otismountain.com.

— Volunteers must have a Weekend Pass, though not at time of application.
Once you've been accepted as a volunteer we will send you a discount code for a Volunteer Weekend Pass ($60).


—Completion of two 3-hour shifts, or one 5-hour shift.
We will set you up with a shift leader that will answer any questions about your shift, show up 15 minutes before your shift.


—Showing up to a shift or wearing the volunteer tee-shirt while intoxicated is strictly prohibited.

 

VOLUNTEER PERKS

— Early Thursday Entry
Your pick of campsites and an extra night at Otis to settle in. 

— Volunteer T-Shirt

— Volunteer of the Year prize
3 merch items of your choice for one lucky hero.


— Full Weekend Pass reimbursement after event.
Once you've completed all of your shifts, we will reimburse you the for your Weekend Pass ($60).

— Preference in next years applications.

 

SHIFT DESCRIPTIONS

Front Gate
The Front Gate crew is one of the first friendly faces attendees see when they get to Otis. These volunteers will be responsible for admitting attendees into the festival, handling ticket sales, distributing wristbands, processing will-call ticket reservations, and filing waivers. There will also be additional duties, like checking passes in the parking lot and handing out trash bags.

High energy work environment, attention to detail, and personal skills a must.


Shuttle Help
You know you're at Otis when you hear “BAIL UP”! The Shuttle crew has the fun job of helping attendees get on and off the shuttle, keeping attendees safe on the access road, and try to engage folks in friendly conversation.

Hype crew, must love Otis.

Activities
These volunteers are responsible for the running and supervising activities and workshops. Activities will occur on Saturday afternoon and may run on a different schedule from the rest of the volunteer shifts. Some volunteers will act as an Otis representative or assistant for the various workshops that will take place during the festival, other volunteers will run events camp counselor style.

Merchandise
The Merch Table is the epicenter of our festival, it serves as an information hub and the place where attendees can purchase Otis or performer’s merch. Volunteers will keep track of and sell Otis Mountain merchandise, record sales, help bands set up / take down their shops, and answer questions from patrons.

Detail oriented, local knowledge, main stage view.

Sustainability
We are committed to minimizing our environmental footprint at the Get Down and as part of our sustainability team you will help us keep the festival grounds clear of trash, hand out trash bags, and implement our recycling program.

Roving shift, nothing can tie you down, passion for trash encouraged.

Sunday Cleanup
Once the festival is finished we have a responsibility to Mother Nature to clean up after ourselves. Tasks will include picking up micro (and probably some macro) trash, handing out trash bags, and directing people to waste bins.

One n' done shift, you won’t miss any music, be the change we want to see in this fest.

Do good things. 

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