TomorrowWorld, the “fairy tale” electronic-dance-music event that expects to attract more than 160,000 enthusiasts to Chattahoochee Hills in south Fulton County, Sept. 26-27, is to hold a job fair on Aug. 7-8, at the Cedar Grove Community Center in Fairburn.
Brooke Lochore, the local liaison for TomorrowWorld, told Global Atlanta that last year the festival welcomed visitors from more than 75 countries for its second edition.
This year’s upcoming event needs staff, she said, for a wide variety of tasks ranging from campgrounds ticketing and directing traffic to guest services and administration.
“It’s an outdoor festival, so there is a lot of standing involved,” she added about the event, which will be held once again on the bucolic, 8,000-acre Bouckaert farm that serves the rest of the year as a venue for international horse trials and other popular music festivals.
TomorrowWorld is inspired by the atmosphere and success that has kept the small town of Boom, Belgium’s TomorrowLand, TomorrowWorld’s precursor, going for a decade.
Last year’s theme for the festival was “A Ring of Life,” and featured an enormous volcano that was the centerpiece for the numerous stages for disc jockeys from around the world. This year the theme is to feature “The Key to Happiness.”
Once again, Atlanta will have a separate stage for its DJs to provide improvised mixing.
All staff must be at least 21 years old and have two valid forms of identification such as a driver’s license, social security card or passport. On Friday, Aug. 7, the job fair will be open from 4-8 p.m. and on Saturday, Aug. 8, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
The Cedar Grove Community Center is located at 9285 Cedar Grove Road.