Africa Oyé celebrates 30 years in 2022, with their festival set to take place over the weekend of 18th and 19th June.
Each year, an enormous amount of effort goes into ensuring that the festival takes place and remains free of charge and open to all. Due to the ever-growing popularity of the event, this is becoming increasingly challenging.
The support of volunteers is a crucial part of the festival – the opportunity to meet their audience only comes around once a year. You will be working with them focusing on ensuring the survival and growth of the festival by creating positive relations with our attendees and raising funds to sustain future festivals.
They ask for a minimum of 2 hours of your time during the Festival weekend – to help them:
– Raise donations to ensure the event stays free and open to all
– Distribute important information to Festival attendees
– Support the Audience Development and data capture programme, that is crucial to Africa Oye’s future
No prior training or experience is required and a briefing session will be provided before you commence your Volunteer shift.
The two days are a fantastic celebration of the music and culture of Africa, and volunteering will give you an opportunity to be part of the festivities, to meet a variety of people and help keep the event free for future generations.
How do I apply?
Here is the application form. Please complete in full and press ‘Submit’ at the bottom.
Africa Oyé 2022
Sefton Park, Liverpool
Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th June 2022
12:30pm – 9:30pm both days / Admission: FREE