AN INDIE rock festival that will take place in Llandudno this summer has announced the start of its volunteer recruitment drive.

Pine Fest, set to take place at Bodafon Farm on August 30 and 31, has commenced its volunteer recruitment drive in preparation for the event.

As anticipation mounts for the inaugural event, the festival’s founders are calling upon dedicated individuals to join them in their ambitions to truly showcase the region to the world.

Set against the backdrop of the North Wales coastline, Pine Fest has already announced an impressive lineup of internationally renowned musicians, alongside a comedy tent, fairground and locally focused food and drink offering.

Local residents can get involved across a number of key areas including a green team, car parking stewards, entrance volunteers, information booth team and a VIP tent team.

As well as being part of something truly special in North Wales, volunteers can also gain valuable experience, particularly beneficial to those who are interested in event management, hospitality or simply love music.

Their participation comes with added benefits, with free festival passes, exclusive merchandise and behind-the-scenes access as a token of the organisers appreciation for their contribution.

For those willing to support and join this first chapter of the Pine Fest journey, training and orientation sessions will be arranged in North Wales, ensuring they are equipped with the knowledge and expertise to guide festival goers as they enjoy the event this August.

More information can be found on the Pine Fest website at their volunteers section, where interested candidates are invited to complete an application form.

Tickets for Pine Fest 2024 are still available, via and

More information about the festival can be found at the website, or by following @PineFestival on Instagram, where you can keep up to date with the latest announcements and developments from the Pine Fest team.