Free Creamfields tickets are once again available for those willing to volunteer through FESTAFF. In return for working three eight hour shifts, volunteers will be given a free wristband giving full access to the festival site throughout the weekend.
The volunteering roles available at the Warrington dance festival including bar work, wristband checking, and information personnel. Specific shifts are not confirmed until on site, in contrast to other festival volunteering organisations who often confirm your shifts in advance. This allows you to plan your weekend and ensure you see your favourite bands.
Minimal deposit required
However, one big advantage of volunteering with FESTAFF is they only charge a £20 deposit to applicants, which is refunded on site. Whilst they do charge a £15 administration fee on top, other volunteering organisations can charge deposits of up to £200 which may not be refunded for months after the event.
To apply for free Creamfields tickets, in return for three shifts of volunteering, head to the FESTAFF website and fill out the online application form. You’ll also be able to apply for free entry to other festivals including Bestival, Kendal Calling, and the Isle of Wight Festival.
The Creamfields lineup for 2018 was recently unveiled, and the event will play hosts to acts including Rudimental, Jamie Jones, Annie Mac, Andy C, and Pete Tong. The Cheshire based event is within 30 minutes of both Manchester and Liverpool, and with a capacity of over 60,000, is the largest dance music festival within the UK. Creamfields events have also taken place abroad in recent years, with festivals held in Cambodia, Mexico, Chile, Brazil, and Paraguay, among others.
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Those volunteering with FESTAFF for free Creamfields tickets will also be given free staff car parking passes, and are advised all staff and volunteers will be subject to a police search on arrival. As you might expect, the nation’s premier electronic music event is somewhat keen on recreational drugs, something Chester Constabulary are keen to impede. Volunteers are required on site from 5pm Wednesday 22nd August until 5pm Monday 27th August, arriving before and staying later than most of the festival’s regular guests
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