Welcome to Wicked Stewarding

Volunteering opportunities at festivals and events.

Volunteer at UK festivals in summer 2022.

Festival Volunteering

Wicked Stewarding specialise in offering amazing opportunities to volunteer at UK festivals and events. Volunteering is a great way to meet new friends and likeminded individuals and be part of the wonderful ‘Wicked Family’.

There are many rewards to volunteering, not least of all free access to events when off duty, free access to the carpark and free access to the volunteer campsite with showers and other regular amenities. On top of this, it is a brilliant way to support the festival industry and see what goes into making your favourite event come to life.

To volunteer with Wicked Stewarding, you must be 18 years or older when you arrive on site and have the right to work in the UK.

We’re always happy to welcome new people, so if you think festival volunteering may be for you, come join the team in 2022!

We will be opening applications to volunteer next summer in February.

In the meantime, you can either create a profile or sign in to update your details.

Wychwood Festival

3rd – 5th June 2022

Cheltenham Racecourse

Timber Festival

1st 3rd July 2022

Feanedock, Leicestershire

Cornbury Festival

8th – 10th July 2022

Great Tew, Oxfordshire

The Sidmouth Folk Festival

29th July – 5th August 2022

Sidmouth, Devon

Valley Fest

4th – 7th August 2022

Chew Magna, Bristol

Lakefest

12th – 14th August 2022

Eastnor Castle, Hereford

Just So Festival

19th – 21st August 2022

Rode Hall, Cheshire

The Big Feastival

26th – 28th August 2022

Kingham, Oxfordshire

End of the Road Festival

1st – 4th September 2022

Larmer Tree Gardens, Wiltshire

Frequently Asked Questions

How old do I have to be to volunteer with Wicked Events?

We are only able to accept volunteers who are 18 or older at the time of arriving to the festival site.

I don’t live in the UK, can I still volunteer?

There are two thing’s to consider here:

Firstly, if you have the right to work in the UK. Volunteering is a form of work and by that you must adhere to visa conditions that may apply depending on which country you reside in. If you are not a UK citizen you can check if you’re eleigible to volunteer by visiting https://www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa.

The second thing to consider for this year is international travel restrictions due to covid. If you are planning to volunteer and are able to travel between your residence and the UK, please bear in mind you may need to isolate on entry to the UK and/or on your return home. For the latest international travel advise please visit https://www.gov.uk/uk-border-control.

How many hours will I need to work each day?

This varies for each festival. As a general rule if you are helping out during the main festival weekend, you will be asked to work 5/6 hrs per day. If you opt for pre/post festival shifts this can be more hours. Please see each festivals information page for more detail on what will be involved.

Will I need to have a Covid 19 vaccination to volunteer?

At the moment there are no national laws or guidelines that say vaccines are compulsory for those attending large public events. Individual festivals may have set their own policies including providing proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test. For the most up to date news on what will be required to enter each event, please see their individual websites.

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