2015 Volunteer Memories Contest
As you know, our Volunteers and Green Team play a vital role in the success of Summer Camp, and it would not be possible without them. Participating in these teams also offers SCampers a unique experience while operating behind-the-scenes at the festival, interacting with their teams, and learning from the experience – and that’s why we want to hear from our past Volunteers!
If you have been a General Volunteer or on the Green Team at Summer Camp Music Festival before, tell us about it! Share your stories, photos, art, songs, poems… whatever you think best tells your “Volunteer Memory” story and represents your experience at the festival.
Share Your Volunteer Memory
We’ll post some of our favorite memories below, and all submissions will be automatically entered to win a VIP Upgrade for the 15th Annual Summer Camp Music Festival this Memorial Day Weekend! Click here for additional details and our official rules and regulations.
Past Volunteer Memories
Need some inspiration? Check out Volunteer Memories from Summer Camp 2014 and earlier below…
I volunteered last year with my boyfriend, Dalton Harrolle. I loved volunteering and I am for sure doing it this year again. I found it as a good way of finding new people. We made some good friends. We would get lunch with them. Every time we saw them around the festival outside of volunteering… Read more »
My best friend Grant and I volunteered for both of our first years at Summer Camp in 2013. This is going to be somewhat of a novel but once I get going about my Scamp experience it’s hard to stop! From the minute we arrived it was like a continuous series of fortunate events happened… Read more »
I volunteered for with Summer camp Music Festival in 2009, my first year at the event. Based on a friend’s advice, a veteran of the fest, I figured this would be great way to see some fantastic bands, save some money and give back in the process. Little did I know I would receive all… Read more »
S’camp 2013 was particularly awesome because of my green team experience. I got my friend from Istanbul, Turkey and my brother to join the team with me. I spotted all tickets and ended up paying under $50 for all three of us. One night, we showed up early for Big Gigantic’s throw-down. We were right… Read more »
Hey, My name is Caitlin Zenner and last year was my first Summer Camp and green team experience! I really wanted to go to summercamp but I knew I wouldn’t be able to afford it. I signed up for green team and it was truly a rewarding experience. I was excited to go to my… Read more »
I came to the festival world as it was seemingly taking off in mainstream culture, the summer of 2011. My then-boyfriend, now best friend/ex/neighbor had been coming to SCAMP for several years, with his TRIBE, a group of friends that had sustained each other since middle school. Because I had come along to his picture… Read more »
First off I would just like to take a minute and thank you for being awesome and allowing people to have the chance to help keep the park clean while still attending a kickass festival. My favorite memory for the green team was my first year volunteering in 2011. You know….the year we all almost… Read more »
I was a general volunteer this past year for 2013. I had no idea what to expect because not only was it my first year volunteering, but it was my first year at Summer Camp! I instantly fell in love with the campgrounds and the magical music all around me. All of my fellow volunteers… Read more »
well i have many. BUT.. my favorite volunteer memory is working the bar at the VIP tent during Keller Williams…WOW!! what a rush for Bloody Marys! holy smokes, i was sweating bullets. And the best part was heading back to that bar later in the night and having a brew with the folks i was… Read more »
I was lucky enough to get a job driving golf carts for SCamp last year. I wasn’t expecting the need for a 4×4 cart. Never letting a little rain and mud or a lot of both to hinder my mission, I drove that Saturday for 12hrs. During this shift I was assigned to take Karl… Read more »