TORONTO TAIKO FESTIVAL 2017 (TTF) is now recruiting a smash ensemble of wonderful volunteers! 

Join us in bringing an incredible Festival of drumming workshops, talks, performances and special guests to the city of Toronto.
VOLUNTEER FOR TTF and be an insider to Festival and a valued member of the TTF team.

Here’s how —
Attend an upcoming TTF Volunteer Recruitment Session to learn more and sign-up:

WHEN: Wednesday, July 26, 2017 @ 7pm sharp

WHERE: Alexandra Park Community Centre – 105 Grange Court, Toronto, Ontario.

POSITIONS: We are looking for volunteers to help with marketing, postering and admin (pre-Festival), along with general backstage and front-of-house crew. Volunteers will assist with tasks such as helping us arrange and move Taiko drums in and out of spaces, greeting and providing information to guests and patrons; also helping to staff tables for Registration, Merchandise and Ticket Pick-Up.

REQUIREMENTS: Must be comfortable helping to lift or wheel around drums (don’t worry, they’re big but not heavy and you will have help from other crew and volunteers). Must be reliable and punctual. Must be willing to help us bring a friendly face to the Festival. Customer service experience is a bonus. You will have support and training for all positions.

COMMITMENT: We’re looking for volunteers who can volunteer for a shift form minimum two of the three Festival dates (from August 25 to 27). Pre-Festival shifts may also be available. Most shifts are approximately 4 to 5 hours long in the am or pm. A separate Volunteer Training Session may be required for some positions.

WHAT YOU GET: We’ll give you a super-amazing TTF t-shirt to wear and keep; opportunity to sit-in on interesting drumming workshops or panel discussions and a ticket to Bang On! The TTF Taiko Concert; lots of high-fives and kudos for your help; a great time and a great experience

To attend the Volunteer Recruitment Session, or for more information, RSVP to by 5pm on July 25!

Please feel free to bring a friend and share this information widely!

Volunteers are the heartbeat of the TTF. We thank all prospective volunteers for their interest!