Volunteer at the Topanga Banjo•Fiddle Contest

We need your help!

Volunteer today to become a part of Southern California's Favorite Traditional Music Festival.

Volunteers can work before, during, and after the Festival.  They can pick from a variety of jobs, including ticket sales, stage work, prize distribution, craft services, and many, many others.  Back for its third year, the Instrument Petting Zoo is seeking volunteers who want to help craft new musicians by sharing their instruments with future virtuosos! 


Use our volunteer form to tell us you’re interested and how you can help!  You can use the form to describe your applicable skills, abilities, and limitations. We try our absolute best to assign volunteer shifts (minimum two hours) that work best for you. We welcome your feedback and appreciate your flexibility in accepting your assignment!


Our volunteers are our most precious commodity! Thanks in advance for your interest in volunteering; this event cannot happen without you.


Kayli Blundell,

Volunteer Coordinator

Topanga Banjo•Fiddle Contest 

·       OnlineCLICK HERE to fill out and submit our Volunteer form or fill out the form below.

·       Email - send us a message at volunteer@topangabanjofiddle.org

·       Call - leave us a detailed message at (818) 382-4819.

        One of our volunteer staff will happily get in touch with you.



In addition to our treasured volunteer pool, we are always on the lookout for those who'd like to help lead the charge-- our "Super Volunteers." If you are interested in working behind the scenes in any capacity at the festival or during the months leading up to the Contest, we can definitely use your help and enthusiasm! We often require assistance in the areas of graphic arts, trades (construction / electrician), organization, advertising / promotion / publicity, legal, vendor relations, and much more. Please don't hesitate to contact Kayli Blundell at volunteeer@topangabanjofiddle.org to discuss how you might be able to become more involved in our organization.


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