Tue 28 May | York - Revolution Bar
Tue 28 May | Cardiff - Revolution Bar
Tue 28 May | London Interview - The Crown (VICTORIA PARK)
Wed 29 May | Swansea Revolution Bar
Wed 29 May | Sheffield - Revolution Bar
Wed 29 May | London - Clapham Common Revolution Bar
Thu 30 May | Nottingham Revolution Bar - The Cornerhouse
Thu 30 May | Edinburgh - Three Sisters
Fri 31 May | Leeds - Call Lane Revolution Bar
Fri 31 May | Glasgow - Committee Room 9
Mon 3 Jun | Reading - Revolution Bar
Mon 3 Jun | Manchester - Oxford Road Revolution
Mon 3 Jun | London - Browns Covent Garden
Tue 4 Jun | Oxford - YHA
Tue 4 Jun | London - Putney Revolution
Tue 4 Jun | Birmingham - Revolution Bar
Wed 5 Jun | Southampton - Job Centre
Thu 6 Jun | Exeter - Jobcentre
Mon 10 Jun | Liverpool - Revolution Bar
Mon 10 Jun | London - Hilton Croydon
Tue 11 Jun | Leeds - Call Lane Revolution Bar
Tue 11 Jun | London - Putney Revolution
Wed 12 Jun | London - Leadenhall Revolution Bar
Fri 14 Jun | Glasgow - Committee Room 9
Sat 15 Jun | Glasgow - Millennium Hotel (SAT)
Mon 17 Jun | Blackpool - Bootleg Social
Mon 17 Jun | Reading - Revolution Bar
Mon 17 Jun | Swindon - Job Centre
Tue 18 Jun | Preston - Holiday Inn
Wed 19 Jun | Exeter - Jobcentre
Wed 19 Jun | London - Palmers Green
Thu 20 Jun | Plymouth - Revolution Bar
Wed 26 Jun | Brighton - Revolution Bar
Thu 27 Jun | Norwich - Revolution Bar
Fri 28 Jun | Ipswich - Revolution Bar
Isle of Wight Festival is the UK's longest-running music festival, a weekend of iconic rock stars, underground dance acts and everything in between.
2019's festival will welcome sets from Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, George Ezra, Biffy Clyro, Courteeners, Fatboy Slim and many more.
Born in 1968 and still rocking out strong 50 years later, Isle of Wight Festival has lived through decades of musical and cultural change, always staying relevant and incredibly popular. Great for families, the lineup also includes a diverse programme of theatre, film, comedy, activities and games, stretching across four days and a huge, unique location.
The bars will be busy throughout the event therefore you must be able to work well in a fast-paced environment.
Shifts will be 10-12 hours long (exact shift times TBC)
FREE return staff transport will be available from SOUTHAMPTON, BRISTOL, LONDON and BIRMINGHAM. This will include the ferry crossing to the island. You can also make your own way to and from the event.
No staff parking available at the festival.
This is a camping festival. Anyone camping will need to bring a tent, roll mat, toiletries and extra warm clothing. You will camp in the staff campsite.
You will be provided with food during your shift.
Uniform – Staff must wear plain black, casual clothing. Minimal branding and comfortable footwear.
18-20 £7.45ph (£6.65 + £0.80 holiday pay)
21-24 £8.63ph (£7.70 + £0.93 holiday pay)
25+ £9.20ph (£8.21 + £0.99 holiday pay)
Pay for this event will be in your account within 10 working days of the last day of the event.
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Isle of Wight
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