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Volunteers are the backbone of the Jamboree.  You are why we are the premier country music festival in the Northwest!

Each year, over 1,000 individuals sign up to volunteer at the Oregon Jamboree, taking time from work and their families to help make our festival a success.  We appreciate the work of our dedicated volunteer teams and we would love to have you as a part of our event. The Oregon Jamboree thanks our volunteers for their hard work and for making our festival a successful event. 

Volunteer Requirements:

In order to become a Jamboree volunteer you must be at least 12 years of age at the time of the event. You must also completely fill out and sign an annual Volunteer Application and Waiver.

Dates and Times of Service

  • Volunteer Teams work various schedules depending on their specific duties and responsibilities.
  • Most shifts occur the weekend of the event; however, some teams will begin work a week or two before the event and some will work after the event.
  • While some volunteers work many more hours, we ask that volunteers work 18 hours in order to receive full volunteer benefits.
  • Your work dates and time schedule will be provided by your team supervisor once you have been approved.

Team Selection

  • Since there are more applicants than positions available, listing 3 team choices on the application will greatly improve your chance of being placed.
  • Please indicate in order of preference (first, second, third) the areas in which you would like to volunteer.
  • All applicants will be notified of their status by the Volunteer Coordinator via email – please be sure to include a working email address!
  • Emails servers sometimes send mail to your SPAM (or junk) folder so be sure to check it for mail from oregonjamboree.com

Your Reward

  • A three-day wristband to get in and out of the concert, while on- and off-duty.
  • Up to two additional three-day tickets can be purchased at a discounted price.
  • One free volunteer t-shirt (to be used as your uniform during the event). Extra shirts will be available for purchase.
  • Volunteer camping is available at a discounted price.
  • Water, snacks and meals while you are on duty.


  • Accounting : Perform various accounting and administrative duties.  Banking experience is preferred. Typically a closed team.
  • Advanced Ticket Sales: Pre-sale of next year’s tickets. Computer competence is required.
  • Artist Merchandise: Manage artist merchandise sales and keep inventory.  Cash-handling skills required.
  • Backstage Hospitality: Coordinating and hosting all backstage volunteer meals, drinks and snacks during event weekend.
  • Beer Garden: Provide a safe environment for beer garden patrons.  Must be 21 years of age and have sales experience.
  • Bingo: Provide assistance at the Bingo event.
  • Camp Hosts: Click here for more information about becoming a Camp Host.
  • Camp Marking Team: Pre-event campground set-up.  Must be able to work the weekend before event from 7am-5pm.  Long, hot days, but you’re done before the music starts!
  • Camping Support: Assist the Camp Host Supervisors in setting up the supply totes for the campgrounds. Transporting the totes, light towers, ATV’s, and safety equipment (some weighing up to 40#) to and from the campgrounds and aid in setting up the equipment. Transporting the meals from backstage to the campgrounds on Thursday. Must have a vehicle with a two inch (2″) ball and the ability to tow light towers and ATV trailer to and from campgrounds.
  • Clean ” Sunshine” Team: Clean-up and maintenance of the concert site.
  • Communications: Keep all key people in radio contact with each other throughout the event.  Sign out radios to designated volunteers.  Recharge battery packs and maintain inventory.
  • Crowd Management: Provide a safe and enjoyable environment for all concert patrons. Greet and assist patrons with orderly chair placement, monitor wristbands and be available to answer questions and/or remedy problems patrons may have.
  • Electricians: Must be a licensed electrician. Closed team.
  • Event Box Office: Process e-tickets and will call tickets, provide customer service.
  • Guest Services: Provide an enjoyable environment for all concert patrons. Greet patrons and be available to answer questions and/or remedy problems patrons may have.
  • Hospitality Services: Provide maintenance services for hospitality areas during the festival.
  • Information Booth: Provide patrons and volunteers with information.  Manage Lost-and-Found items and patron surveys.
  • Kid Zone: Manage the Kid Zone area, maintaining a safe and enjoyable place for patrons with their children.
  • Merchandise: Manage festival merchandise sales and keep inventory.  Cash-handling skills required.
  • Parking Team: Provide parking assistance/directions to patrons and volunteers, check parking passes.
  • Patron Banding: Exchange tickets for wristbands, provide customer service.
  • Promo Team: This team conducts promotional activities around the state before the Jamboree and also at the Jamboree.
  • Reception Team: This team provides backstage reception service during the event.
  • Runners:  Provide backstage support by running errands.  Must have knowledge of the area, provide a valid Oregon Drivers License and be available at all times during concert weekend.
  • Scrip Accounting: Perform accounting duties relating to scrip.  Banking experience is preferred.
  • Scrip Sales: Manage scrip sales and provide patrons with information.  Cash-handling skills required.
  • Shuttle Staging: Assist the School District Staff in setting up the shuttle loading and unloading area prior to event. Direct and assist the shuttle patrons during the event.  After the last show each day assist patrons in boarding the correct shuttle for their campground.
  • Signs: Install directional signs on streets and highways and install banners on-site. Must be able to work the week before and the Monday after the event.
  • Site Set-Up and Tear-Down: Provide various construction related tasks.  Requirements for this team include some heavy lifting and the ability to operate a forklift.  This team’s schedule can begin as early as the Friday before the week of the event and concludes the week following the event.
  • Sponsor Check-In: Monitor the sponsor check-in booth and facilitate sponsor needs throughout the event.
  • Stage Build/Tear Down: Build the stage before the event and tear down the stage after the event. General construction experience would be helpful.
  • Stagehands: Unload trucks, set-up musical equipment and assist in backstage production needs.  Heavy lifting required.
  • Vendor Check-In: Monitor vendor check-in booth and facilitate vendor needs throughout the event.
  • Volunteer Hospitality: Provide all meals, drinks and snacks for on-duty volunteers.
  • Volunteer Support Team: Assist with packaging of volunteer shirts prior to event, sign-in volunteers event weekend, act as a relief for other volunteer teams, and assist with food delivery for camp host teams on Thursday before event.
  • Water Team: Set up and take down of water connections for all services on the event grounds.