You Can Be Paid £5,000 To Go To Some Of Europe’s Best Festivals
Have you just got back to the grind after Glastonbury Festival? Desperate to get back into festival mode already? Can't stand the feeling of cleanliness any longer? Cool, but maybe you don't have the cash for festivals this year, even as the increasing sense of FOMO settles in.
Well, here's some good news! You could be paid £5,000 ($6,300) a pop to go to festivals across Europe, and all you have to do is make sure an anonymous millionaire has the time of his life. Easy peasy, right?
Your title would be 'luxury concierge' and you'd be employed by a wealthy fella who feels like he's missing out when it comes to festival enjoyment.
He is expecting the lucky concierge to set up his tent, buy camping supplies and help to ensure that he has a great experience. Sounds like a right lazy git, doesn't he?
The main request is that he has the most authentic festival experience possible. Well, if he wants that then he needs to battle with tent poles and trip over his fair share of pegs. Not to mention use a toilet which is essentially a hole in the ground. And don't get us started on warm lager that must be consumed.
The request was sent to HushHush.com, and the folks behind the exclusive online marketplace (think $55million private jets and $78m private islands) have offered to help him by setting up an online application - which you can fill out here.
You will be paid £5k per festival as well as getting free admission to some of the best European festivals 2019 has to offer.
It could go something like: Ultra Europe 2019 in Croatia (12-14 July) followed closely behind by Benicàssim in Spain (18-21 July). You could even quickly squeeze in Tomorrowland (26-28 July).
Then you could get yourselves to Sziget Festival 2019 in Budapest (7-13 August). Creamfields would come round shortly after (22-25 August), alternatively you could find yourself at Reading or Leeds on the weekend of 23-25 August.
Get to all them and you've earned yourself a cool £30,000 ($37,800). Not bad for a summer of partying, is it?
Suitable candidates will need to be at least 18 years old and have good experience with attending festivals - and of course you'll need a passport.
Sounds like the perfect recipe for a boozy and eventful summer, right? Best get your application sorted.
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