UPDATE: Thank you! All positions have been filled.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering for the Rhythm on the River Festival! Volunteers are the backbone of the Rhythm on the River Festival, and the difference between a good volunteer program and a great one is that the volunteers have a wonderful time while they are working for the event. A team of almost 100 volunteers are needed to produce the festival each year. Your help is welcome and greatly appreciated. Rhythm on the River Festival mission is to provide access to a broad array of experiences and support environmental education in Colorado. Our volunteer team understands that mission and works towards its goals by volunteering for one of our many positions during the event.
ROTR VOLUNTEER INFORMATION
Calling All Volunteers!
Every year more than 100 dedicated, engaged, community-minded and fun volunteers step up to make our two-day festival happen! Volunteering at the Rhythm on the River Festival gives participants an exclusive, behind-the-scenes appreciation of the community event. Volunteers play a huge part in our success! Here’s some important information on being a volunteer:
We depend on your commitment to participate. Your presence and prompt arrival for your scheduled shifts are absolutely necessary. VERY IMPORTANT: If your schedule must change, or if you have an emergency, please contact us immediately!
Every volunteer receives the Official Rhythm on the River Festival Volunteer T-shirt. This shirt must be worn while you are working at the Festival. Please do not make any alterations to your T-shirt while you are volunteering for the Rhythm on the River Festival. An opportunity to receive your t-shirt will be provided at the volunteer orientation.
All volunteers, new and returning, are requested to review the Volunteer Handbook prior to the Festival. The Handbook and other information will be given to you at the volunteer orientation. Things change every year and it is vital that you know the new information.
Meals & Beverages
Volunteers will be offered a variety of snacks before their shift. Alcoholic beverages may not be consumed before or during a volunteer’s shift, or while wearing a volunteer shirt.