We got an amazing amount of enthousiastic responds to our call for volunteers, so therefore we closed the registrations for now. However, schedules always change and there is a chance that a spot will open up. That's why we opened a waiting list. You can sign up for the waiting list here.
Please keep in mind that being on the waiting list is an uncertain position and perhaps hard to combine with travel arrangements.
We are beyond excited to let you know that Le Guess Who? 2023 is upon us and will once again fill the streets, venues, churches and hidden corners of Utrecht with underrepresented music, experimental art and unknown surprises. However, in order to make the magic happen we need some helping hands.
Do you want to help us to make Le Guess Who? 2023 unforgettable? Gain work experience and have a peek behind the scenes of the production of a festival? Become part of a community of like-minded music lovers from all around the world? Discover new artists, encounter instruments you have never even heard of and enjoy the shows at the festival? This is your call! Register here.
If you have any questions concerning volunteering at Le Guess Who?, please send us an e-mail.
Dutch Council for Refugees and Buddy to Buddy
Le Guess Who? aspires to be a festival for everyone. We encourage people who are new to The Netherlands to volunteer. For the upcoming edition of Le Guess Who?, we are continuing our collaboration with the Dutch Council for Refugees and Buddy to Buddy, who are both a social partner of the festival.
Our organizations team up for the 'Grant an Entry' initiative and together we invite newcomers residing in The Netherlands to participate in the festival as a volunteer. The festival offers a place to connect with new people, to gain working experience and to discover new and inspiring music. We will of course provide guidance, feedback and information where needed.
This year, we are again working together with the team members of Superkracht (“Superpower” in Dutch). These are young people with a mild intellectual disability. In a training course they learned about the possibilities that the cultural sector offers to use their talents, gain new experiences and develop their skills. They were paired up with a LWG volunteer and together they performed tasks at an equivalent level.
Photo by Tess Janssen