San Jose Jazz Festival in August – Volunteer and get in FREE

Posted on July 11, 2008. Filed under: Entertainment, Travel & Leisure, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , |

How would you like to hear David Sanborn, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, The Manhattan Transfer or any number of amazing musicians perform live in concert for FREE? Volunteering is a great way to have fun, attend an event you are interested in and get free admission. Some events have formal volunteer programs, some you just need to call and ask. Here is one amazing and very well organized volunteer opportunity coming up in San Jose worth checking out.

19th Comcast San Jose Jazz Festival, presented by Southwest Airlines
8-10 August 2008 Downtown San Jose

“One of the top jazz festival’s in the nation…”-San Jose Mercury News

“Jazz Fest blows away other events…”-Silicon Valley Business Journal

“World class-event”–Oakland Tribune

The Comcast San Jose Jazz Festival represents a unique opportunity to volunteer. Over 88,000 music lovers will converge on the heart of Silicon Valley to enjoy over 1000 musicians on 10 stages performing three days of jazz, blues, salsa, Latin and many other forms of contemporary music.

All volunteers receive a San Jose Jazz T-shirt, drink tickets good for a soda or water, and a wristband that allows free access to the festival on the day of work. There are many great opportunities to volunteer at the festival: at the stages, admission booths, volunteer booths, transportation, membership, recycling program, and others. The shifts are 4 hours, so there is still plenty of time to enjoy the surround sound.

For more information and to download the volunteer application click here

Or contact Theresa Kiernan, Volunteer Coordinator, 408-288-7557 ext. 2322, theresak@sanjosejazz.org.
fax: 408-288-7598

Visitors who need accomodations for the Jazz Festival can enjoy hotel discounts.

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