It’s concert season baby!
Live Nation will hold its annual job fairs to fill seasonal positions for the 2022 concert season at the Waterfront Music Pavilion (formerly BB&T Pavilion) in Camden, NJ, beginning on Saturday, March 19 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. and again on Saturday, March 26 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Live Nation is seeking to fill its annual roles for the upcoming 2022 summer concert season in Camden, NJ, including hundreds of positions for stagehands, parking and traffic, box office, hospitality, ushers and ticket takers, cleaning and maintenance, guest services, concessions, cashiers, bartenders, accounting and more. The majority of the seasonal roles will be for the months of May through September 2022 as Waterfront Music Pavilion prepares for what is on track to be one of the biggest summer concert seasons in history. As new events continue to be added regularly, candidates can view Waterfront Music Pavilion’s website for an up-to-date list of shows they could be working.
Interested applicants are encouraged to attend the job fair at Waterfront Music Pavilion (1 Harbour Blvd., Camden, NJ) to meet with hiring managers on-site and bring copies of their resume. If applicants are unable to attend any of the events in person, they are encouraged to apply online. For venue staffing, please apply at livenation.com/careers and for hospitality jobs, please apply online at legends.net/careers.
The 2022 Summer Season at Waterfront Music Pavilion features an all-star lineup of performers, including the 92.5 XTU Anniversary Show featuring Tim McGraw (May 20), MMR*B*Q featuring Disturbed, Pretty Reckless, Royal Blood, Living Color, and Low Cut Connie (May 21), The Lumineers (June 4), Doobie Brothers 50th Anniversary Tour (June 23), Jack Johnson (June 25), The Chicks (July 8), Chicago and Brian Wilson (July 13), Backstreet Boys (July 14), Dave Matthews Band (July 15 & 16), OneRepublic (July 24), The Black Keys (July 30), Keith Urban (July 31), Incubus (August 5), Alice In Chains with Breaking Benjamin (August 11), Styx, REO Speedwagon and Loverboy(August 13), Santana and Earth, Wind & Fire (August 18), Zac Brown Band (August 26), and Pearl Jam (September 14). More shows will be added throughout the summer.