Help the IPSC raise money by volunteering at gigs and festivals this summer!
How would you like to help the Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign raise money and also have a great time working behind the bars at festivals and gigs this summer? This is how it works: the Workers Beer Company (WBC) is a not-for- profit organisation that runs bars at festivals. The WBC bars are staffed by volunteers from social justice movements.
The money that the WBC would have paid in wages is then donated to the good cause that the volunteer is supporting. If you are over eighteen and want to help, email the following address for the application form: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closer to the time of the concerts we’ll contact everyone who has signed up, and confirm which concerts we need you for. Certain concerts need more bar staff than others, so we can’t guarantee anything (but we do our best.) In particular, Electric Picnic is always popular, so volunteers who have worked other gigs will be given priority.
You don’t need any bar experience – just enthusiasm, willingness to work, and a desire to help us raise the money we need to campaign for justice for Palestinians.
Gigs that you can volunteer for are:
Guns’n’Roses – Slane – Saturday 27th May
Arcade Fire – Malahide Castle – Wednesday 14th June
The 1975– Malahide Castle – Saturday 17th June
Walking on Cars – Kilmainham – Saturday 24th June
Pixies – Trinity College – Sunday 9th July
Two Door Cinema Club – Trinity College – Monday 10th July
Alt-J – Trinity – Tuesday 11th July
Longitude – Marley Park – Friday 14th July
Longitude – Marley Park – Saturday 15th July
Longitude – Marley Park – Sunday 16th July
Punchestown Music Festival – Saturday 29th July
Punchestown Music Festival – Sunday 30th July
Electric Picnic – Stradbally – 1st to 3rd September
Looking forward to meeting you this summer!