BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! is a world-class festival with outdoor performances in a beautiful setting. You'll have fun while helping in a variety of ways at our music, film, and dance performances. Volunteering contributes to the cultural life of your community, you’ll meet new people and work together to make something incredible happen.

Dedicated volunteers play an integral role in the staging of the festival. The time and assistance you contribute over the course of the summer will make this year's BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival the best yet!

Applications are now open for our 2019 season! Please fill out this form if you are interested in becoming a volunteer at the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival this summer.

Stay tuned for our season lineup announcement on May 1!

PLEASE NOTE: Volunteers must be able to work a minimum of 5 shifts throughout the season. There are several opportunities throughout the summer that count as ‘double shifts’ (pre-season work days, chair removal shifts, etc).

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Still have questions? Please email and we’ll do our best to get back to you as soon as we can.


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What is expected of me as a volunteer?

BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! is comprised of 25-35 performances during the months June, July, and August. Volunteers are asked to commit to 5 shifts throughout the season. Shifts are approximately 4 hours each. Your commitment to scheduled dates is important. The ideal volunteer has strong interpersonal skills and has the ability to work in a team environment, work well in crowds and in inclement weather. Other volunteer experience, especially in a venue, school or other large capacity facility is helpful. Bilingual is a plus.

What are the perks to being a volunteer?

Based on the number of shows you work, you will be rewarded with a wonderful range of incentives including reserved seats at shows, VIP wristbands, and more. Details about perks will be provided during the sign-up and orientation process.