After the success of last years scheme, Rockness in conjunction with AEG Live and Loud Sound, are proud to open applications for the Rockness 2011 Ambassadors scheme. They are looking for entrepreneurial music-loving students who aspire to a career in the live entertainment and music industry.

This golden opportunity from RockNess , is a call to action for dynamic students to become official RockNess Ambassadors between now and June, with the responsibility of marketing and promoting the festival in their area. They will also be responsible for selling their own tickets and will get the chance to make a commission on every sale that they make! So if you don’t fancy a part time job in Tesco but would prefer to make money doing something you love, then it’s time to sign up now.

At the end of the campaign, the most promising, creative and passionate ambassador will be offered a six month internship at AEG Live – one of the world’s biggest live events promoters.

Working directly alongside Jim King, Director of RockNess and Managing Director of Loud Sound, who will mentor intern through their time at AEG Live, the successful intern will learn a broad range of skills connected to the live music industry. This really is an exceptional opportunity for students who possess the right qualities. An obvious love & knowledge of music is a must but an ability to work within a highly pressurized and fast paced environment is essential!

Students interested in applying should register themselves at

 Closing date for entries November 30th
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