Volunteer Areas

Camping Areas

LifeLight Festival hosts hundreds of tent and RV campers during the Festival weekend. By serving in our camping area, you will be welcoming people from all over the country and making them comfortable on the grounds.

Camping Attendant 

  • Checking campers in and out of Festival campsites.
  • 4-6 hour shifts beginning Thursday.

Camping Store 

  • Assist in selling camping products.
  • 4-6 hour shifts.
Festival Relations Areas

If you are friendly, out-going, and have energy, this is your area.  In festival relations, we are the face of the LifeLight ministry as we interact with the festival goers. We greet them, answer questions at the info booth, and sell merchandise. 

Artist Product Sales 

  • Assist the bands and speakers in selling their merchandise in the artist product sales building.
  • Must be outgoing, able to make financial transactions, and explain the merchandise being sold.
  • Must be 16 to handle money. Younger volunteers may assist their parents in the booths.

Information Booth 

  • Assist in answering questions for festival attendees.
  • Be familiar with the festival grounds and direct people to where they want to go.

LifeLight Stores 

  • Help fund the festival by assisting LIfeLight in merchandise sales, all proceeds go to the festival.
  • Work 4 hour shifts.
  • Must be 16 years old or older
Hospitality Areas

If you have the gift of hospitality, this area is for you! In this area, we do everything from making the place look great to hosting a catering area. Of course, everyone needs to eat, so we cook and clean and serve our Heavenly Father while we are serving up food.

Volunteer Food Prep/Service 

  • Prepare, cook and serve food to the willing servants who make the festival run smoothly.
  • Help in keeping the kitchen and serving areas clean and ready.
  • Visit with the volunteers when able.


  • Decorate the artist dining areas, and the sponsor tent.
  • Must be done pre-festival.
  • Tear down decorations to save for future use after the festival concludes.
Media Areas

Posters are a main way LifeLight spreads the word about the event to the public, this is a critical part of growing the festival!

Poster Distribution 

  • Contact local business and churches to request hanging a poster.
  • Starts a couple of months before the festival. 
  • No scheduled shifts (pre-festival).


Ministry Areas

At LifeLight Communications, we do ministry year round. During the festival, we need extra hands and hearts to help! We offer a children's area so even the youngest in the crowd can have a great time. And we’re privileged to see many people find salvation through Jesus at the festival, and we need prayer warriors to come alongside them. Several times during the weekend, we need servant hearted people to hand out ministry materials to those seeking Christ, and for those mission minded people, we host a missions area where people can learn more about what we do the other 362 days of each year. If you have a heart for ministry, this area is for you.

Children’s area (LifeLight reserves the right to run a background check on children’s area volunteers to ensure safety of all children attending the festival.)

  • Supervise children as they play in the inflatable’s.
  • Oversee lines, and enforce safety rules as needed.
  • Must be good with children of all ages.
  • Help with activities in the children’s area.
  • Assist in overseeing children’s activities and games.
  • Application Deadline is August 1st. 
  • Background check may be required. 

Prayer Team

  • Must attend one pre-festival training and orientation to register to volunteer in the prayer tent.
  • Follow the guidelines set forth by LifeLight when representing the ministry at the festival.
  • Be willing to pray with people at the festival when they are in need or when they come to know Christ.
  • Organize Bibles, and information to be given away at the festival.
  • Going on prayer walks throughout the festival grounds.
  • Can serve in any of the stage areas.

Main Stage Usher

  • Do you have a heart to serve at the Festival, but you don't want to miss any of the artists?  Then, Main Stage Usher is for you!
  • Distribute Books of Hope to guests following an alter call. 
  • Assist in collecting offering gifts.
  • Distribute child sponsorship packets from Compassion International.
  • Ushers will meet at the Main Stage Prayer Tent and then be dispersed throughout the crowd to help reach guests.

Street Team

  • Converse one-on-one with people in the crowds attending the festival in stage areas about their relationship with Jesus Christ.


Operations Areas

Build it and they will come. The festival is really a mini city, one that needs to be built in a short amount of time, maintained during the festival and torn down within one week of the festival. It takes many hands to make light work of the building and preparation. If you love to work with your hands, and have a willing heart to work behind the scenes, LifeLight can use you! Most shifts are full days unless noted.


  • Monitor shower areas during open hours.
  • Clean shower houses when not in use.
  • Clean offices and other areas as needed.
  • Restock shower supplies as needed.
  • 4-6 hour shifts.


  • Pre Festival construction projects, building and repairs.
  • Festival repairs and trouble shooting.


  • Should have electrical experience.
  • Pre-Festival set up of boxes, panels, wiring, etc.
  • Festival—Trouble shooting electrical issues.
  • Post Festival—Tear down, dismantle electrical systems.

Festival Set up

  • Participate in work to prepare site for the event.

Festival Tear Down

  • Assist all areas in tearing down, organizing, and storing supplies.

Large Machine Operator/Mechanic

  • Must be able to operate large machinery.
  • Must have operator’s certification and experience.

Tram Driver

  • Drive the Tractor pulling Trams from parking lots to festival.
  • 6-8 hour shifts until 11:00 pm.
  • Experience required driving large machinery.


  • Experienced in plumbing needed.
  • Set up and tear down plumbing needs for vendors, camping, and other areas.


  • Assist in posting and hanging all festival signs on site and in parking areas.
  • Responsible to tear down and store signs back in storage and report to management replacements needed.

Garbage Crew 

  • Collect full garbage bags from cans and replace liners.
  • Walk grounds in morning and pick up garbage not put in receptacles.


 Production Areas

Lights, Sound, Action! The volunteers who work in production assure that all performances are conducted in a professional way. Shifts are full days except when noted.

 Stage Crew

  • Must be 18 years of age or older
  • Heavy lifting will be required
  • Help load in artist stage equipment and load out their equipment after their set is complete
  • Basic knowledge of live sound production is highly suggested!
  • There are 2 shifts a day that are 8-10 hours long

Flow Action Park

  • Assist in registration
  • Supervise the safety of participants in the skate park, basketball courts and bike ramps.


Risk Management

We call it Risk Management, but you might call it - a lot of people who serve to make the LifeLight Festival safe, secure and organized! Have a look to see if there’s a place for you to serve, too! Some positions require that you are pre selected by LifeLight Coordinators. Remember, you must be at least 16, but some areas are different, so be sure to check the age requirements!

Parking Attendant (aka “First Impression of LifeLight”)

  • Direct vehicle traffic into parking lots.
  • 4-6 hour shifts until 10:00 pm.
  • Groups encouraged.

Security – Grounds

  • 8-10 hour shifts.
  • Must be 18 years old.
  • Security background not required.
  • Training Required
  • Application deadline is August 1st. 

Security – Radio Communications

  • 8-10 hour shifts.
  • Must be 18 years old.
  • Security background not required.

First Aid Station

  • Provide First Aid only.
  • 6-8 hour shifts.
  • Medical background is required.


Volunteer Team Areas

The LifeLight Festival is staffed by hundreds of volunteers who come together for the weekend (really, all year) to serve God and fellow brothers and sisters in Christ, and those who don’t know Him yet. If you have the gift of organization, and give directions well, this could be where God is calling you to serve Him.

Year Round Volunteer Team

  • Recruit, Retain, Organize, encourage and minister to the hundreds of volunteers who come forward each year to be the hands and feet of Christ.
  • Work pre festival beginning in March and during the festival at least one shift per day.

Check in Volunteers

  • Work with the Volunteer team to assist in checking in festival volunteers, and aiding the volunteers to get to the assigned areas.