Save the date: 19 – 28 JANUARY 2024

Community Volunteer Program

Tamworth Country Music Community Volunteer Program 2024

The Toyota Country Music Festival is seeking volunteers to help support the 2024 Festival.
As a Community Volunteer for #TCMF2024 you will bring your own unique energy, passion and community spirit.

Becoming a volunteer can be a very rewarding experience. It is a great way to give something back to your community, make new connections and celebrate our region.

Registrations now open

Registrations for our Community Volunteer program are now open and will close Friday, 1 December. Our Community Volunteer inductions will be hosted at 25 Fitzroy Street on the 12 and 13 of December at 6pm. For our Interstate and International volunteers, a Zoom link will be provided for you to attend.

All Community Vounteers (both Individuals and groups) are required to attend at least one session. If you are applying as a group, alternative Community Volunteer inductions can be arranged at our organisation on request.

For Individuals

To register your interest for our Community Volunteer program you must;

  • Be 16 years or over to apply
  • Festival Volunteers will be required to work three-to-four-hour shifts in teams of two or three, across multiple locations during the Toyota Country Music Festival, including the Tamworth Visitor Information Centre, Peel Street, and the main Festival precinct.
  • Those volunteering as Community Volunteers will be scheduled for at least three shifts across the 10-day event, with applicants encouraged to be involved as much as possible.

If this is your first-time volunteering, or you may have some doubts, don’t worry! We will do our best to match your experience, skills and talents and provide you with all the support you need.

Individuals can register here

Community Groups

If you are a community group/organisation and would like to register your interest in group volunteering, please email our Volunteer Services Officer, Luke Macdonald




Tamworth Regional Council acknowledges the Gamilaroi/Kamilaroi people, who are the Traditional Custodians of this land. We would like to pay respect to Elders past and present, and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living in and visiting our region.