Tomorrowland seeks 1,200 festival employees

Monday, 22 April 2019 10:51
Tomorrowland seeks 1,200 festival employees Wikipedia
Tomorrowland, the world-renowned Belgian electronic music festival, is looking for 1,200 people to run its bars and feed the many festival-goers during two weekends in the summer
For the two weekends in July on which the festival runs, Tomorrowland is looking for 1,200 people to run the food and drink stands.  To find them, the festival called on the virtual agency Nowjobs, which recruits candidates via a mobile application. 

Applications have been open since Wednesday, with hundreds of potential employees already showing interest in the work. The workers will be hired under temporary contracts.

Tomorrowland will take place on the weekend of July 19th to 21st, as well as July 26th to 28th.

The Brussels Times

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