Foxboro’s Gillette Stadium Is Hiring Event and Concert Workers
Do you love live music, soccer and football? Would you like to see all of the above at Foxboro's Gillette Stadium and get paid for it? You may be in luck.
Gillette Stadium has posted to its Facebook page that it is looking to fill some "event day positions" that offer "unique and exciting opportunities to be a part of the action."
With the 2024 summer concert season already taking shape, this might be your ticket to some great shows. Kenny Chesney will close out his "Sun Goes Down Tour" with the Zac Brown Band at Gillette in August 2024.
The Washington Post reports that fans unable to afford – or even find – tickets to Taylor Swift's recent "Eras" concert tour took jobs at the stadium and saw the show for free. In May 2023, Gillette Stadium held a hiring fair ahead of the sold-out Taylor Swift shows.
Fans have signed on with stadiums to see major sporting events such as the Super Bowl and World Series when tickets were unattainable or unaffordable.
Gillette Stadium, owned by the Kraft Group, is advertising for part-time event day staff to "create an unforgettable experience for our fans." The company's website says, "These roles may support all events hosted at Gillette Stadium, including soccer, concerts, and football."
Benefits of part-time employment include New England Revolution tickets, ProShop discount, passes to the Patriots Hall of Fame, meals and preferred parking.
Available positions include security, parking, guest services and various aspects of food and beverage. This is an opportunity for adults of all ages, including retirees.
Applications are accepted online.
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