Be Informed!


The Volunteer Handbook is mandatory reading for all of our volunteers. We’ve done our best to keep it light and short, but it is chock-full of useful information that will help you understand what to expect, both at the festival, and in your role as a volunteer.

Access the Volunteer Handbook online HERE!

Download your printable copy HERE!


Our Volunteer Code of Conduct and Harassment Policy are mandatory reading for all of our volunteers. It’s essential for you to know our expectations, as well as your rights. We strive to set policies and procedures in place that keep it fair for everyone. involved. Our volunteer team is over 3500, and we are all expected to work together, respect each other and have the best experience possible!

Access the Volunteer Code of Conduct online HERE!

Access RBC Bluesfest’s Harassment Policy online HERE!

Looking to print a copy at home? The RBC Bluesfest Volunteer Code of Conduct and Harassment Policy print-at-home PDF version can be found HERE!

Download Formal Harassment Complaint Form HERE!



If you are between the ages of 15 and 17, you must bring your signed Parental Permission Form (provided below) to Volunteer Trailer on your first shift. Download the form, print it off, and have your parent or legal guardian fill it out and sign it. You can’t start your shift until we’ve received it, so remember to bring it!

Download the 2017 Parental Permission Form HERE!

Are you a Youth Volunteer? Check out our Youth Page!

Photo by: Frank Pomerleau