Sgt Pepper at 50 Beatles Ragafest & India Festival Village with Milapfest:
Call for volunteers ahead of festival 11th June
Sgt Pepper at 50
St Georges Hall, Liverpool
Sunday 11th June
8.30am – 9pm
Would you like to be a Volunteer?
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of one of The Beatles most iconic albums, Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Milapfest have teamed up with Liverpool City Council to rekindle and showcase the amazing creative and spiritual connection between The Beatles and India with a festival of music and culture with a special all-day event on Sunday 11th June 2017. Milapfest are taking over Liverpool’s St George’s Hall with four special concerts. Featuring some of the very best Indian classical artists and reflecting the changing mood of the day, each concert will be accompanied by a specially designed traditional Indian cuisine. Alongside the concerts is a free, all-day Indian Festival Village with food, arts and crafts, providing a unique musical exploration of East meets West, as seen in The Beatles track.
What will you do?
As a Milapfest Representative, you will be working with us in keeping the festival a full filled celebration providing positive relations with our audiences and helping to provide a unique musical exploration.
The day is jam packed with activity Beatles Ragafest Concerts – 08:30, 13:00, 17:30 and 21:30 and a
Festival Village – Open from 11:30 – 21:00
For more information please see www.milapfest.com/sgtpepperat50/
Volunteering for Milapfest can give you terrific work experience in:
Box Office Operations
If you have a specific area of interest you would like to get experience with do let us know and we can ensure your experiencing volunteering is most valuable.
Milapfest is Britain’s leading Indian arts development trust, producing world class performances, education and artist development opportunities across the UK. We are a British Art Organisation specialising in Indian Arts with a strong track record of creating and delivering ground breaking ng people together by providing audiences, aspiring artists and teachers with memorable and inspirational experiences of Indian arts through a dynamic programme of performances, tours, commissions, festivals and innovative educational projects. In the exciting and challenging task of building and strengthening today’s multicultural Britain, our committed endeavour is to unite the hearts and minds of all communities through an exhilarating celebration of arts and culture.
For more information please see http://www.milapfest.com/
What are we looking for?
Confidence, personality and enthusiasm. Our volunteers need to be outgoing and motivated, with a friendly presence and determined attitude!
Please send a few lines on why you would like to volunteer for Milapfest along with a CV to