Many volunteers are needed for the summer jazz fest in Fort Langley. Courtesy Fort Langley Jazz and Arts Festival

All types of volunteers wanted for Fort Langley jazz fest

There’s a variety of volunteer positions available with the Fort Langley Jazz and Arts Festival.

Volunteer registration for the Fort Langley Jazz and Arts Festival is now open, and all ages and skill levels are needed.

The festival runs from July 26 to 28, and volunteers can sign-up alone or with a group.

Roles range from customer service, artist management, photography, stage management, and street team.

A minimum four-hour shift is required to receive a volunteer festival t-shirt and invitation to the Volunteer Appreciation event.

“Volunteering with the festival is a great opportunity to be part of a fun community event, gain valuable work experience, and meet amazing new people, all while taking in fantastic live music and art activities,” said Karen Zukas, executive director.

The festival is also looking for volunteers who can help with set up and take down.

Registration for volunteering can be done online here: https://www.fortlangleyjazzfest.com/volunteer

For more information about the festival, visit: www.fortlangleyjazzfest.com.

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