25Jul
2019
Who wants to win an internship in paradise...?

There’s only one thing cooler than getting to work behind the scenes at a festival, and that’s working behind the scenes of a festival in paradise…

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Don’t get us wrong, working on any festival is an amazing experience. Using your passion for music and events towards putting on a massive party for thousands of punters is something you’re sure to not forget in a hurry. 

But we wanted to take it one step further. So, we teamed up with our mates over at Year 13 and the Your Paradise crew for something special – a competition to give the opportunity for one lucky person to work on the 2019 Your Paradise Festival in Fiji! 

Your Paradise is that one you’ve seen in all those crazy videos. That wild festival on a tropical island where some of the world’s biggest DJs play to packed crowds on the beach while people are cruising around on jet skis and the sunset looks kinda fake because it’s so perfect. Yep, stuff out of a movie. Well this is your opportunity to get amongst the paradise scene while helping to put this all together!

If you’re lucky enough to be the winner of this insane prize, you will be working closely with the Your Paradise crew – starting at their HQ in the lead up to the event and taking in as much knowledge possible. And then for the main event, Your Paradise will fly you to Fiji so that you can get your hands dirty and work behind the scenes on the actual festival. You’ll be a part of this beast from start to finish and get an opportunity to rub shoulders with this year’s line-up that includes legends including What So Not, A-Track, Gorgon City, Bag Raiders and a bunch of other crazy talents.

If you're the lucky winner, you’ll get your return flights, accommodation and entry to the fezzie itself covered. All you have to do is enter the comp and win – we’ll take care of the rest! 

This is a festival experience you do not want to miss out on and is an amazing opportunity to get experience working on a world-renowned festival – not bad for the resume. So if you’re over 18, love music and dream of making festival management a career, this is not something you will want to miss out on! 

For more information about the prize, how to enter and the fine print, click here.

To learn more about studying Entertainment Business Management, click here.