Are you a diehard music fan who is thinking about Muse, Eminem, Coldplay, Foo Fighters and the rest but can’t afford a Lollapalooza 2011 concert ticket? Now CLICK AT BOTTOM for another potential way to get into the big fest in Chicago‘s Grant Park on August 5-7 2011: Do volunteer work for it. Lollapalooza is an American music festival, which now takes place annually in Chicago‘s Grant Park. The festival showcases a variety of rock acts and also has craft booths and other performances. In most cases, you’ll need tickets to attend the three day event, but if you get creative, you may get free admission to the concerts (here is the free Lollapalooza Itunes sampler).
The Lollapalooza Volunteer Team is offering music fans the chance to get into Lolla for free, as long as they are willing to put in at least 12 hours of volunteer work throughout the weekend. Volunteer at Lollapalooza to get in free on the day you volunteer. Shifts are four hours long so you’ll still have plenty of time to catch performances. Volunteers may assist the box office, help people with disabilities or help keep the park clean. Curious? Click the link below to get started. Note: There’s a small, non-refundable $10 application fee, and — for all those lazy fans who were thinking about snagging a three-day pass and skipping out of the work part — a deposit equal to the price of full weekend admission, refundable only after you’ve completed your duties. Now that’s the American spirit!