The 33rd year of JAZZ IN JUNE is just around the corner. The festival dates are June 16-18, 2016. This year is going to be another great year, with a lineup of excellent jazz and blues artists.
We know you are excited as well and hope you again will be available to support your community and Jazz in June by volunteering your time. Volunteer job descriptions are listed below. Jazz in June relies entirely on volunteers and your dedication of time and energy in the past has contributed to many successful festivals.
As in the past, you will receive a voucher upon the completion of your four hours of volunteer time to redeem for your free Jazz in June T-shirt. However, if you volunteer for the clean-up shift after the end of the concert, one two-hour shift is all we request.
The volunteer check-in location will again be under a tent on the south side of the Brookhaven parking lot on Thursday and Friday night and under the north side of the pavilion at Andrews Park on Saturday night.
If you would like to volunteer, please download the application form, and email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be contacted to confirm your specific volunteer assignment as soon as possible. See you at the festival!
If you would like to volunteer, please download the application form, and email the completed form to email@example.com.
We need help with:
T-shirt sales: Sale of Jazz in June merchandise (T-shirts, posters)
Artist sales: Sale of tapes and CDs of performing artists
Volunteer check-in: Monitor shift sign-in book, hand out volunteer packets and dispense general information regarding activities
Area monitors: Monitor area and report problems or emergencies, check trashcans and replace bags as needed, distribute programs, restock toilet paper in portable toilets, set out/pick up empty trash cans on early/late shifts. Area monitors also will distribute programs.
Clean-up: After the concerts, pick up trash and clean parking lot at Brookhaven and the park at Andrews Park
Gate monitors: Monitor admission to restricted areas
Surveyors: Distribute Jazz in June surveys throughout the audience and turn in completed surveys
Security: Monitor gate for appropriate passes for entrance in restricted areas
Advertising: Distribute and post posters in businesses in Norman and surrounding areas early in June
Backstage crew and security: If you are interested in working backstage, please contact us. This requires physical work for the entire evening of a performance. We also could use volunteers to help set up and prepare for the performances during the day on Thursday and Saturday and to break down after the performances on Friday and Saturday nights.