Get paid £7,500 to attend 11 UK festivals – Everything you need to know about this exciting job

events platform Skiddle is looking for a Festival Reporter, attending all the big events and producing content on their experiences for the company’s social media accounts – being paid £7,500.  The lucky individual chosen for the role will attend 11 festivals between May and August, filled with the sounds of the summer, tasty food trucks that have travelled from far and wide and too many acts and activities to count.

The events on the itinerary include both North and South Creamfields, Parklife, Highest Point, Dream Valley and Garage Nation Outdoor Fest, amongst others. Across the 11-week run, the ‘festival reporter’ will get to see the likes of Clean Bandit, Kaiser Chiefs, 50 Cent, Megan Thee Stallion and Bicep – who are all on the bill at different events.

“Not only will this be the space to create, but it will also be a time full of unforgettable experiences, the stuff of legends,” Skiddle said. Throughout this year’s summer of festival fun, there will be an array of acts filling the fields with life and great music. From being up In Da Club at Parklife in Manchester as 50 Cent hits the stage, to no place you’d rather be when Clean Bandit headlines Highest Point in Lancaster and definitely no tragedies when Kubix, held in Sunderland, hosts Steps as its Saturday headliner.

As well as paying the reporter to attend some of UK’s biggest festivals, Skiddle will also cover all expenses including travel to and from the festivals as well as meal costs for each day.

So the attendee can get the full experience.

Anyone keen to spend their summer in wellies (and get paid for it) can apply online.

Skiddle have stressed the role will suit someone creative with an eye for fun and engaging content and a passion for music.

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