The Access crew assists those attending the concert with physical challenges. They help with seating in the Main Stage area, parking, camping, and many other duties as needed.
The crew meeting will be at 9 am on Friday at the Access tent near the Main Stage.
The volunteers with Activities for Kids run programs in the kid’s tent. This may include games, craft projects and other events., and requires a lot of cleaning and organization. The tent opens no earlier than 10 am and closes by 6 pm every day. Everyone is required to work the last Sunday shift for clean-up and inventory (from 3 pm until done, usually around 5 pm)
Crew meeting scheduled for Friday at 10am at the Activities for Kids tent.
The Credit Card Crew works both in the Festival Merchandise Tent and the Front Gate Tent processing credit cards for merchandise and ticket sales.
Crew meeting will be at the Main Gate tent Thursday, 6 pm. Crew members can stop by Main Gate tent any time before then to sign up for shifts.
It is recommended that this crew all wear their volunteer t-shirts when on shift.
Massage Therapy crew members who reside in a state which requires licensing, must be licensed, and produce evidence of such to FRFF. Massage Therapy crew members who reside in states such as Pennsylvania, in which Licensing has been implemented but are allowing MT's significant time to put in their licensing applications: must produce a certification in the form of a Diploma from a state licensed massage therapy institute. MT crew members must bring a massage TABLE(no massage chairs), sheets, lotions, a portable clock or watch, disinfectant gell hand wash, paper towels, pens, and anything else needed to perform MT. No equipment or supplies will be provided. Crew members must arrive Thursday early evening and meet at the rear of the food tent with Crew Chief. MT's will work Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. MT's are expected to provide "hands-on" massage therapy(not Reike). MT&a
The Festival Parking Crew directs incoming traffic to parking areas during the Festival. This is a crew for those who love to be out in the open. Punctuality, communication and team work are required for this crew. Please be sure to bring sunblock, a hat, and rain gear - including boots. Arrive on site by 5pm Thursday evening. Everyone must attend a mandatory 9 AM Friday meeting.
The Safety and Security crew does a wide variety of tasks to help keep all the various elements of the festival working safely together. Duties include checking wristbands, patrolling the campgrounds, reporting unsafe conditions, assisting people with problems. Volunteers will have a radio while on duty and will communicate any questionable behavior or activities to the crew chief. Festival Security begins on Thursday. There will be a meeting on Thursday at 6:00 pm.
Teen Crew serves three purposes: to support the work of other crews, to help young volunteers explore various volunteer jobs with the goal of finding the best placement for them as adult volunteers, and to help festival-goers meet unexpected needs which fall between the cracks of the existing crew structure. Teen crew work includes - but is not limited to - regular site checks to ensure that the festival is going smoothly, placement at front gate, kid's tent, and food service, guest services and guidance, and basic grounds maintenance as needed. Teen crew is open to teens under the age of 18; it opens on Thursday afternoon, and runs from 8am to 8pm during the festival (8 am to 4 pm on Sunday). All teen crew members will be expected to do a minimum of two 2-hour shifts each day.
Teen crew meets near the Security trailer by the Troll Bridge.