Looking To Make Some Quick Fun Cash? Apply For This Montana Gig.
With many upcoming concerts in Montana, and many of those in Bozeman, there are going to be numerous opportunities for you to be a part of shows.
Working backstage and helping stars set up their show is not only fun, but rewarding. You can tell your friends, "Yeah, I set up all those lights" or "I brought all of Thomas Rhett's equipment on stage."
It's your time to brag about how you "made the show happen." Ok, that may be a bit extreme, but in reality, the stage has to get set up somehow, right?
Here is your opportunity to work with Thomas Rhett's crew, get great pay, and pat yourself on the back while doing so.
I was in high school when I started helping with concert setups and to this day I tell people how fun and interesting that job was. You get to see the behind-the-scene action that makes the show successful.
I know you are curious about pay, hours, dates, etc. So here you go!
Date: Friday, October 7th
Time: There are two shifts available. One beginning at 9 am (for about 4-6 hours), the other from 10 pm-2 am. If you can do the morning shift but not the evening, no worries! It's split so you can make money AND still have your Friday plans.
Pay: $20 bucks an hour. That is so good! I was only making $11 per hour when I did it! (So jealous.)
Who to contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
A couple of things to keep in mind: you do need to be at least 18 years old and be able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds. Thomas Rhett's major production comes with the best of equipment and now they need the best of the best to help set it up.
See you guys at the concert!