How It Works
Everyone who signs up for the full event (not a day pass) is required to do two hours of community service at the event. You'll choose your community service options during the Festival registration process.
Front Gate/ Parking
As part of the Front Gate Team, you will help in directing the flow of check-in for festival. Tasks include meeting and greeting people as they enter, making sure they check in properly, directing cars to the parking lot with parking passes, and keeping track of vehicles and owners for security purposes.
Join the team on the bridge! You will greet attendees as they cross the infamous Troll Bridge into the heart of the festival, pass along important last-minute information about safety and site conditions, and have a generally great time! Places are limited for this community service position.
Are you friendly and helpful? Assist the CMA One team by providing festival attendees with their Community Service assignments and helping answer questions about workshops, events, and general festival information.
Guardians help facilitate safety on site during festival by being accessible to the attendees for various concerns during shifts and providing helpful information and direction. First-time Guardians will need to attend a Guardian 101 meeting before working your first shift.
It is vital that Guardians report to their shifts in appropriate clothing and footwear, as walking can be expected!
Medics and Healers, we need you! Knowledge of CPR and basic First Aid is preferred, but not required.
We especially appreciate it when current and retired physicians, nurses, medics, EMS technicians, paramedics, medical assistants, and medical technologists serve in this capacity.
It takes a lot of hard work to make our Revel Fires sacred and safe. This team plans and prepares the main fire ring during the day and tends and feeds the fires during the burn at night. The energy you use in building and tending the fires makes a circuit of energy between the tenders, the drummers, the dancers, and the festival community.
This team is responsible for getting the main stage ready for the bands and performers, and also provides assistance to welcome the bands and help them become familiar with Spirit Haven Ranch, should they choose to camp.
Happy Pagan Café
Greet the early risers in the coffee shop! Help with setup/cleanup of supplies and keep the coffee brewing, the drinks pouring, and the conversation flowing.
Want to be of help wherever you may be needed? Be a Flying Monkey! This could include anything from helping with festival games, to running festival errands, to making announcements regarding schedule changes.