How to get there

The event will be held at Ak Chin Pavilion located at 2121 N 83rd Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85035. YOU CAN CLICK HERE FOR DIRECTIONS TO THE ENTRANCE


When to get there

Please arrive 15 minutes before your shift start time to allow time to park and find the festival/volunteer check in tent. If your shifts starts at 7 AM, you should be at the volunteer booth at 7 AM, not pulling into the parking lot at 7 AM. If your shift starts at 1:45 PM, you should be there at 1:45 PM etc.


Where to go

When you get to the venue, you will go thru gate 1 off of 83rd Avenue. You will tell the parking attendant that you are a volunteer. Then you will go to the festival area. CLICK HERE TO SEE A MAP OF THE LOCATION You will find the volunteer check in booth and check in with the volunteer manager. Once you check in, you will then see Sandra, who is the ‘boss lady’ of the day! She will assign you your locations.


What to wear

Wear comfortable but appropriate clothes. Jeans and a tee shirt are fine. We will not be providing volunteer shirts. If you are with an organization, feel free to wear a shirt repping your group! Wear comfortable shoes you don’t mind standing in all day. Please do not wear flip flops, high heels, etc.


What to bring

We recommend you bring snacks/lunch and a refillable water bottle. Also you may want to bring a sweater in case it gets cold.  Please note that when you check in, we will ask to hold on to a photo ID. This is to make sure that volunteers do not ‘disappear’ from their spots without first checking out. If you do not have a state issued ID, A school ID is fine. You can also bring lunch/snacks. We will have waters and some snacks like chips, but you may want to bring your own as well. There will also be food trucks, so you can purchase lunch if you bring cash.


Most important

The most important thing is that we require volunteers to stay for the duration of the shift. If volunteers arrive late and/or leave early, it disrupts the flow of the event and can cause many problems for event attendees and event organizers.