Volunteers are at the heart of KUNE Festival and essential to our community. They are the ones who help us realize our vision, and we are continually amazed at the skills, dedication, and enthusiasm they bring to the festival. Volunteering should be a two-way process, and we always aim to create a space where our volunteers can grow, learn and connect with others.
How we work
At KUNE, we strive to create an environment where volunteers feel empowered and their contribution is recognized and appreciated. We offer opportunities for personal and professional development, such as training and workshops, and a chance to meet new people, work with artists, and uniquely experience the festival. Volunteering with KUNE Festival is a way to give back to the community while co-creating and shaping the festival experience with us.

Our volunteers are a diverse group of individuals who come from different backgrounds, cultures, and age groups. Yet, they share a common passion for music, art, and creating a meaningful experience for others. Everyone has something valuable to bring to the table, and we are committed to ensuring that all our volunteers feel welcome, respected, and valued. The community of volunteers is supportive, and we are always excited to see how everyone comes together to bring the festival to life.

Volunteering at KUNE Festival is an excellent opportunity to be part of a vibrant, creative, and positive community. 
Joining the KUNE Festival volunteer team is an incredible opportunity to be part of a unique and creative community that builds something together. As a volunteer, you will receive a free ticket to the festival, food and drink tickets for your shifts, and the chance to attend dedicated volunteer events before and after the festival. Before the festival, we'll host a free volunteer weekend on the island where you can participate in workshops, explore the island's beauty, and connect with other volunteers and the organisers behind the festival. After the festival, we have a decompression event where we gather to share memories and give feedback.

By volunteering with KUNE Festival, you will have a chance to develop new skills, gain valuable work experience, and network with professionals in the music and arts industry. You'll have a unique opportunity to work with artists, explore different styles of music and art, and shape the festival experience for guests. But more than that, you'll be part of a community of diverse, passionate, and like-minded individuals who are committed to creating something meaningful and exciting. So come join us and be part of an unforgettable experience!
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Dates: 14 - 19 July / 24 - 26 July
Looking for an exciting opportunity to get involved in a hands-on project and meet new people? We're calling all handy and enthusiastic individuals to join us for an unforgettable festival-building experience on the stunning Ungdomsøen island! Regardless of your level of experience, we welcome you to be a part of our production and take-down team. Each day will be filled with hard work, collaborative effort, and breathtaking island scenery.
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Main Volunteer Crews
Applications closed
Dates: 19 - 23 July
Would you like to actively contribute to creating the best festival guest experience on an island? Become a volunteer and join the community of enthusiastic people like you co-creating unforgettable Scandinavian music and art festival experience on an island.
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First Aid
Dates: 19 - 23 July
As a volunteer for Safer Space or First Aid, you will be one of our ambassadors for promoting a positive and safe festival culture. You will play a key role in creating a space where everyone feels welcome and respected. Safer Space and First Aid teams aim to make sure that every guest feels valued, seen, and cared for during the event. If you’re considering applying for these roles, keep in mind that they come with a certain level of responsibility and required skills.
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Recruitment Process
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