The Halifax Jazz Festival is Calling All Volunteers

And like that we are less than two months away from another fantastic festival here in Halifax.  As it is with every festival, all hands on deck are required.  With so many moving parts for the TD Halifax Jazz Festival, it can be a daunting task to fill all roles, so the great folks over on the board are looking for volunteers.  I’ve had the opportunity to be apart of this festival the past four years and would highly recommend it to anyone, who is remotely interested, to sign up to help.    The official release is listed below.

The 32nd Annual TD Halifax Jazz Festival Call for Volunteers is Now Open!

The TD Halifax Jazz Festival call for 2018 Volunteers is now open! Join us as we celebrate 32 years of bringing world-class music and entertainment to the the streets and stages of Halifax and beyond! Each year the TD Halifax Jazz Festival requires more than 500 volunteers to keep the show going, they are the heart and soul of the event. The volunteers’ dedication, hard work, boundless energy, outstanding skills, unbridled enthusiasm and tireless commitment  make the festival a success year after year.

Volunteer opportunities exist for all skill levels and at locations in and around Halifax. With so many ways to help out and be part of the excitement, from Box Office to Bar, Security to Social Media, VIP to Venue Management, the festival invites individuals to review the volunteer opportunities page for descriptions of  volunteer positions. By volunteering at TD Halifax Jazz Festival volunteers participate in an exciting internationally recognized event, meet lots of great people, and hear fantastic music — all while acquiring new skills and opportunities for personal growth.

The 32nd edition of the TD Halifax Jazz Festival takes place this summer, July 10 through 15.

APPLY HERE to volunteer at the 2018 TD Halifax Jazz Festival OR follow this link:

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