Volunteers must be available on Sat 19 & Sun 20 November.
All volunteers must be over the age of 18.
Will I find out if I have a volunteer position before tickets go on sale?
We do not finalise volunteers until after tickets have gone on sale. We cannot guarantee that everyone who applies for a volunteer spot will get one.
What’s the criteria to be a volunteer?
For some roles, we are seeking people who have a genuine interest in the event industry looking for work experience along with others who have had some experience in event work already. For other roles, your experience can be varied, and we ask that you have a strong work ethic and good attitude. We want people who are flexible, who have initiative and who treat others with respect and kindness.
All workers and volunteers must be 18 years of age or older.
What jobs do volunteers perform in return for a ticket?
Event volunteer work shifts in wristbanding, cloakroom & info booth, recycling etc. alongside paid personnel.
Please note, we don’t use volunteers for bars, ‘artist liaison’, production, publicity, or admin. We don’t use any volunteers in backstage roles.
We also have what we call our Pre-fest & Post-fest Volunteer Program, which is a special opportunity for those that live locally to our festival site to volunteer for a set time in exchange for an event ticket. This is an exclusive opportunity for the local community. The volunteering is physical labour work supporting our site crew.
When are applications open and how do I apply?
Harvest Rock Volunteer Applications are NOW open! Please click the below link to officially apply to become a Harvest Rock Volunteer.
Ok, so just like the real world, some basic common-sense rules apply at Harvest Rock. See below for a list of what you can’t bring into the event.
The banned items are in place to provide general safety and patron comfort.
Bags larger than an A4 piece of paper – 30cm x 20cm
Illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia
Alcohol brought in from outside of the event
Open / unsealed or partly full bottles of water, juice, soft drink etc (empty/sealed /unopened bottles are fine to bring in)
Sealable pouches* (yoghurt, baby food pouches)
(* exceptions for families with children under 12 years of age)
Glass of any kind
Weapons of any kind inc knives
Fireworks, flares, fire twirling paraphernalia (sticks, balls etc)
Milk / bread crates
Video and audio recording devices, including Go Pros (other than mobile phones)
Professional still cameras (small still cameras ARE allowed)
Protest paraphernalia and banners
Scooters, bikes including e-scooters or e-bikes or any motorised vehicles
Culturally sensitive items and attire
Clothing, jewellery or accessory displaying the name of any motorcycle-related or similar organisations or any “declared organisation” within the meaning of the Crimes (Criminal Organisation Control) Act 2009 is not permitted
Strictly no animals (with the exception of service or assistance animals)
Any other items considered illegal, offensive or potentially dangerous
Your one stop shop for all the key details! If you’re planning a trip to Harvest Rock, read below for the essentials.
Saturday 19 & Sunday 20 November 2022
Gates open 11am each day, with live entertainment commencing from midday
Rymill Park/Murlawirrapurka (Park 14) and King Rodney Park/Ityamai-Itpina (Park 15), East Terrace, Adelaide SA
Two days of music & food, all ages, all welcome!
Harvest Rock is fun for the whole family. If you’re bringing your little ones along, be sure to familiarise yourself with our Youth Policy so we can ensure your crew’s safety at the event.
To ensure the safety and security for all attending Harvest Rock (“the Event”), and those under the age of 18 (“a minor”), the Youth Policy forms part of our Conditions of Entry for the Event.
Event Ticketholders aged under 18 years MUST be accompanied by a responsible adult holding a valid Event ticket when entering the Event and at ALL times whilst at the Event.
Event Ticketholders aged under 18 years NOT accompanied by a responsible adult holding a valid Event ticket will be denied entry into the Event or removed from the Event.
Children aged 12 and under are admitted to the Event free and must be accompanied by a parent and/or responsible adult holding a valid Event ticket when entering the Event and at ALL times whilst at the Event. Those aged 13 or older must purchase an Event ticket here.
It is the obligation of the responsible adult to ensure that they and all minors accompanying them comply with the Event Ticket Terms & Conditions of Sale & Entry, instructions issued by Event staff and the Event Youth Policy. All Event patrons must follow any instructions contained in all permanent and temporary signage throughout the Event site.
Minors must not engage in any illegal or disruptive activities at any time whilst at the Event. This includes underage drinking, use of illicit substances or any disruptive or illegal behaviour. Any breach of these conditions may result in the eviction of the responsible adult and all accompanying minors from the Event and police prosecution, or fines may apply.
If you are a responsible adult planning to accompany any minors at the Event, please consider the following;
1) Alcohol intake must be moderated to ensure that you can responsibly take care of any minors in your care.
2) The minors must be with you at ALL times whilst you are at the Event.
If you are unable to commit to the above, you should reconsider whether you are the right person to be accompanying minors to and throughout the Event.
Responsible adults with minors in their care should note that they may not be able to enter certain bars or licensed areas on site with the minors in their company.
Anyone who is considering being the responsible adult in such circumstances should consider this responsibility very carefully.
Under the SA Liquor Act, a responsible adult is an adult who is:
a parent of the minor
standing in the position, and undertaking responsibilities of the parent of the minor
the spouse of domestic partner of the minor
The Event requires all parents or responsible adults attending the Event with any minors, to complete the Youth Registration Form that can be found here.
For Under 18s who don’t have a driver’s license (Learner’s Permit) or a current valid passport, we will also accept a copy of your birth certificate PLUS one of the following:
Student ID Card
Bank Account Statement in your name
At Harvest Rock, we’re committed to doing our bit for the environment. We’re always on the hunt for more ways to help keep our footprint light. Here’s what we do, and how you can help.
BYO WATER BOTTLES AND KEEP CUPS: We’re not into plastic. We’re talking single use plastic water bottles, plastic straws, plastic cutlery, plastic cups, plastic shopping bags, you get the drill? To reduce the use of single use plastics we’re providing free water refill stations throughout the event. Please BYO water bottles and keep cups for your hot drinks.
SORT YOUR RUBBISH: Within the event space almost everything sold via our bar and food vendors will be either recyclable, reusable or compostable! The rest is up to you. Please use our bin systems correctly.
SOLAR SLICE: Harvest Rock is proud to announce that $1 added to each event ticket sold will contribute to the FEAT. LIVE Solar Slice, a sustainable touring industry led initiative supplying clean power to festival sites and venues, quantifying and reducing operational emissions, and buying quality offsets to minimise the environmental impact of live events. FEAT. Live founder Heidi Lenffer said "This moment demands decisive climate leadership from the culture-makers in live music, and we couldn't be more thrilled to partner with Harvest Rock to spearhead a courageous emissions reduction plan together.”
To stay in the loop with the Solar Slice projects visit www.feat.ltd or @feat.artists on Instagram.
WORK @ HARVEST ROCK
Do you have a passion for working on events? Do you want to be involved in the world’s first Harvest Rock event? Read on for more info!
Due to an incredible response our Harvest Rock Worker Applications have now closed. However Volunteer Applications are now open and accepting applications! Please click the below link to officially apply to become a Harvest Rock Volunteer.
What type of work will be available?
We recruit roles within the Event Operations area. Roles are available with the following teams;
Gates and Wristbanding
Worker and Volunteer HQ
Cloakroom and Info Booth
Pre and Post Fest Site Crew
When do I have to work?
Event Workers must be available for the duration of Harvest Rock on Sat 19 & Sun 20 November. Workers need to be available for morning, afternoon, evening and night shifts at various times.
All workers must be over the age of 18.
Will I find out if I have a worker position before tickets go on sale?
We do not finalise workers until after tickets have gone on sale. We cannot guarantee that everyone who applies for a worker position will get one.
What will I be paid?
You will be remunerated at an industry standard level. You will also receive access to the festival outside of your rostered shift-times.