Every summer, Greenpeace volunteer crews work at festivals around the UK, creating amazing experiences and spreading the word. Join us for free entry and lots of perks.

In 2023, Greenpeace volunteer teams went to:


Nestled amongst the trees at Latitude Festival, Greenpeace hosts a space for children to come together, learn, and celebrate Greenpeace, nature, and our planet as a whole. It’s a top-ten Latitude experience that attracts hundreds of little eco-warriors every year.


The Greenpeace Field at Glastonbury features hot showers, café, stage and bands, skate ramp, a climbing wall and much more. Every year an amazing team of volunteers bring the field to life. Together we keep it looking beautiful, support the campsite, spread the Greenpeace message and so much more.


At WOMAD we run a Greenpeace café where we sell delicious food and drink, and talk to the customers about Greenpeace and where our food comes from. The volunteers help us serve cakes and pastries (we have professional baristas making the coffees), and make friends with the festival-goers.

Greenpeace volunteers pose for a group photo in front of a beautiful forest.

Person jumping in the air on a skateboard
Climbers scale a colourful multi-sided wall

What you get being part of the Greenpeace crew:

  • Private crew camping
  • Hot showers
  • Vegetarian or vegan meals
  • Great community

What we are looking for

  • A degree of flexibility when allocated your roles. We are a small team at these festivals and expect everyone to work together to put on a good show. The family friendly ones are very rewarding.
  • Commitment to Greenpeace’s vision and values. You will be representing Greenpeace and it is important that you’re enthusiastic and a good communicator.
  • You will also need to be self-motivated, happy to work in all weathers and be confident when chatting to people about our campaigns. Don’t worry, we will fully brief you.
A giant artificial tree lit up with fairy lights overlooks a huge festival crowd at night.
Volunteers in tshirts saying 'Jungle is not massive' operate a refreshments stall with a blackboard menu in the background

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