Volunteer

Campsite, Arena, and Pixie Volunteers

Volunteers work across Latitude Festival helping festival goers to get the most out of their weekend!

When volunteering you’ll get to see behind the scenes, meet other volunteers from across the country and around the globe, gain valuable experience for your CV, and help us to continue making Latitude one of the best music festivals in the world!

When joining us as a volunteer at Latitude you’ll be provided with entry to the festival, lots of free time, you’ll make new friends whilst volunteering, get access to staff camping, cafe, toilets and showers, and most importantly be part of an unforgettable experience!

Volunteers assist with a wide variety of areasand it’d be tricky to list everything they get up to but some of the most common roles include…

  • Assisting Latitude Festival goers with directions.
  • Helping Latitude Festival goers carry their belongings and pitch their tents.
  • Answering questions about Latitude Festival performances and line-ups.
  • Reporting any problems such as a build-up of litter or faulty facilities.
  • Work alongside Latitude Festival Fire Safety, Medical and Security teams.
  • Keeping an eye on the Latitude Festival campsites from the fire towers.
  • Helping out with various roles across the Latitude Festival site including pedestrian and vehicle gates, wristband exchanges, keeping an eye on facilities, monitoring stages and walkways.

If you’d like to find out more about volunteering at Latitude, head over to Hotbox Events

You can dropthe team an email at [email protected]

Or gostraight to the volunteer application

Steward with Oxfam

Love variety and adventure? Become an Oxfam steward, you’ll play a rewarding role in making sure the festival runs smoothly, while helping raise money for Oxfam. For every shift you work you raise enough money for Oxfam to provide clean water to 8 people for 1 year.

There are many different aspects to being an Oxfam steward. Stewards are the eyes and ears of a festival and play an important part in ensuring the public are staying safe and enjoying themselves.

We ask you to do three 8 and 1/4 hour shifts over the weekend, and you’ll have access to a secure campsite, free mobile phone charging and crew only toilets and showers, as well as being provided with one meal token for each shift you complete.

For more information, including details of how to apply, head to the Oxfam website.