Please help us with building a more cohesive and strong community in the arts. Be part of our volunteer community. Our volunteers will come together to make the Inaugural Daytona Beach Arts Fest an Art Immersive Experience for everyone. We're looking for volunteers for various tasks throughout the event for the dates of Friday, April 7, Saturday, April 8 and Sunday, April 9.
Please complete the Volunteer Form below. We'll contact you to coordinate a schedule and provide you additional information.
Are you a student who needs volunteer hours? The Riverfront Arts District is a non-profit organization, and we welcome your assistance.
Questions regarding our volunteer needs: email@example.com
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