Qualifications required: It is not required to have any formal qualifications to work as a roadie, but experience ND qualifications in electronics, electrical work, sound production, music technology or lighting will be favorably looked upon, as well as being beneficial to you. A driving license is not always required but can also be helpful. You need to be fit and active with no injuries that will affect your ability to lift heavy objects and move equipment.
Job requirements: lifting and carrying equipment and sets to and from the venue loading and unloading vans driving to and from venues security for equipment and band members (keeping fans away during unloading ND loading) setting up and looking after sound equipment setting up video equipment and screens (if applicable to the venue) rigging up wiring and lighting setting up pyrotechnics and light displays (if applicable to venue and/or show) Tuning the instruments before and during the show.Order now
Setting up instruments and PA system on stage Hours of work: Early evening to late night/early morning on days of shows Up to 7 days a week during touring periods There are often rest days between shows and long breaks between tours Income Full time, basic Roadies can earn around EYE,OHO per year