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Indy Irish Fest Volunteer

September 13-15 (shifts available)

The volunteers the weekend of the fest will support the fest itself! More information and FAQs here: http://www.indyirishfest.com/volunteer/

Volunteer Tasks

Admissions Gate: Collect cash, check, credit card or previously purchased tickets to allow patrons into the Fest

Pop Sales: Collect Food & Beverage tickets in exchange for pop or water

Food & Beverage Ticket Sales: Collect cash, check or credit card in exchange for Food & Beverage Tickets. Checking of IDs and securing wristbands for those who are over 21 and wish to purchase alcohol.

Alcohol Sales: Collect Food & Beverage tickets in exchange for beer & wine. Must be 21 to volunteer for this position and apply for a temporary beer/wine permit (paid for by the fest). Must assist with reporting of anyone who appears to be over-served. Consumption of alcohol while serving product is prohibited by Indiana State law.

Kids Area: Positions will be assigned upon arrival but include admissions, game instruction & supervision, craft area activities & bounce house supervision.

Merchandise Sales: Collect cash, check, or credit card in exchange for Merchandise (t-shirts, CDs, Koozies, etc).

Learn more and sign up to volunteer here!


About Indy Irish Fest

The Indianapolis Irish Festival is in its 24th year. The festival is an opportunity to share Irish heritage through music, dance, cultural activities, and family fun. The festival was the vision of a small group of people who wanted to showcase the heritage, music and culture of the Irish people and the contributions of that culture to our city and state. The Irish are the second largest ethnic group to settle in the Indianapolis area. They have served the community in the fields of religion, education, medicine, law, the arts, politics and commerce.

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