‘Dream job’ offers to pay partygoers £7,500 to visit UK festivals this summer

You can get paid £7,500 to go to festivals this summer

Love music? Love festivals? Then this job could be well up your street.

Skiddle is currently advertising for a dream job that would see one lucky partygoer get paid thousands of pounds to visit all the UK’s biggest festivals this summer.

Paying a whopping £7,500, the successful candidate will get to tour the length and b breadth of the country reviewing the likes of Creamfields and Parklife, to name just a few.

The role will see the festival reporter travelling the country on a tour of 13 major live music events.

And not only will they have a summer filled with music – they’ll also get paid for the privilege.

You can get paid £7,500 to go to festivals this summer, The Manc
Highest Point festival in Lancashire. Credit: Supplied

As well as being paid to go to the events, Skiddle says it will cover all expenses – including travel to and from the festivals – with meal costs provided each day.

Artists on the various festival bills between May and August include Megan thee Stallion, Kaiser Chiefs and David Guetta.

Steps will headline Kubix festival in Sunderland, Clean Bandit are topping the bill at Highest Point in Lancashire, and 50 Cent is also hitting the stage at Parklife.

You can get paid £7,500 to go to festivals this summer, The Manc
Highest Point festival in Lancashire. Credit: Robin Zahler

The part-time gig will require the chosen festival reporter to produce fun and exciting content across some of the UK’s biggest music events, to be published across Skiddle’s social media platforms.

They say: “The part-time position has been tailored to suit those with a creative streak, those who have a keen eye for producing fun, exciting and engaging content and, obviously, those with an undying passion for live music.

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“We are looking for someone with a friendly, outgoing and confident character to embark on a once-in-a-lifetime experience, to capture memory-making moments, seeking out the very best of each event, with content gathered set to be used and published across Skiddle’s social platforms.”

The full list of festivals the festival reporter will attend are:

  • Highest Point, Lancaster, 12 – 15 May
  • Dream Valley, Kent, 28 May
  • Creamfields South, Chelmsford, 2 – 4 June
  • Parklife, Manchester, 11 – 12 June
  • One Out Fest, London, 18 June
  • Retro In The Park, Burnley, 2 July
  • Kubix, Sunderland, 9 July
  • Bluedot, Macclesfield, 21 – 24 July
  • Belladrum, Inverness, 28 – 30 July
  • Rock The Mote, Kent, 6 August
  • Garage Nation Outdoor Fest, London, 13 August
  • Weyfest, Farnham, 19 – 21 August
  • Creamfields North, Cheshire, 25 – 28 August

You can apply through Skiddle here.

Featured image: Robin Zahler

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