MidPoint Music Festival (MPMF) announced today a new partnership with Give Back Cincinnati (GBC), the non-profit organization that focuses on enhancing Cincinnati communities by executing large-scale volunteer events. GBC will recruit, coordinate and oversee volunteers in every capacity for each venue, assigning roles and responsibilities, and directing personnel throughout the footprint of the September 27-29 festival.
“We’re really excited to partner with MPMF to offer a phenomenal volunteer experience this year,” said Josh Roth, co-chair of Give Back Cincinnati’s volunteer planning committee. “We will focus on what Give Back Cincinnati does best—executing large-scale volunteer experiences that are engaging, consistent and fun, while MPMF continues to produce the best music event in the City of Cincinnati.”
“This is an exciting opportunity to continue to build upon the momentum of MPMF, the revitalization of Over the Rhine, and the overall improving scene the City of Cincinnati offers in general,” added Dan McCabe, MPMF’s executive producer. “Give Back Cincinnati is yet another of a like-minded organization joining forces with us to deliver the best experience possible for all.”
For more information or to learn how to become a volunteer, email [email protected].
A limited number of All Music Access Passes ($69) and VIP Passes presented by CVG ($169) are still available, and the all new Washington Park Thursday, Friday and Saturday tickets ($25/$30/$30) are now on sale. Tickets may be purchased at CincyTicket.com