Stoke Travel travel job
***Current for Oktoberfest 2019***
It’s that time again, folks. Stoke are looking for crew to help us make Oktoberfest 2019 the biggest and best party of the year. Join us for at least three weeks between 1 September and 17 October and you’ll get accommodation, three meals a day, all the booze you can drink, the best work shirt you’ve ever seen, and 150 new best friends. If you think you’ve got the goods, send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and let us know
***Plus for anyone thinking about visiting Oktoberfest, do it with Stoke Travel. They have the biggest and best campsite with all-inclusive camping and glamping, and I’ve got you the hook up with FREE UNLIMITED BEER & SANGRIA, when you book with the code LIVESEASONAL.
FESTIVAL CREW for Stoke Travel Year round
We are looking for weird and wonderful crew for our summer festivals around Europe. You will be working and partying with us at the festivals. Creating a stokewonderland, helping out in several departments during the festival (bar, kitchen, reception ect.) and packing up the campsite.
Attn: Jamie , Applying for Festival Crew
Springfest (Spring Oktoberfest) Munich, Germany – April 15th – 24th
San Vino, Haro, Spain – June 28th – 30th
Running of the Bulls, Pamplona, Spain – July 6th – July 14th
Tomatina, Buñol, near Valencia, Spain – August 29th – September 2nd
Oktoberfest, Munich, Germany October 17th September – 3rd October
Who is Stoke Travel:
Stoke does travel your way. Stoke won’t herd you around with inflexible itineraries. Stoke doesn’t lose track of the beauty of travel. None of Stoke’s trips are identical, but there is a consistent theme. We like to consider our guests to be participants in the experience, not observers. We create an environment where you feels you ‘own’ your trip, with enough flexibility in our schedule for you to make your own decisions as to what you do.
**Note many of these roles are already filled for this year but there are some OKtoberfest positions left as well people may drop out.
*** Not for the faint of heart. These festivals although a lot of fun are very tough on the body and you will certainly need some down time after the respective festivals.