Employment Information

Klipsch Music Center offers one of the most unique, exciting and unforgettable summer employment experiences around! If you like live music, people, being outdoors and a fast-paced environment, then this is the place for you!

Klipsch Music Center will host between 25 and 30 events per season and while there is always an exception, most of the staff that we hire is for event days only. If you’re looking to make enough money to retire this summer, chances are we might not be a good fit for you. If you have a job and are looking for something fun to do to pick up a little extra scratch, then by all means, read on!

Below is a listing of venue departments along with a brief description as to what they do at each and every show. We’ve provided this information in hopes that you can find a department that will be a great fit for you. Check it out and if you see something you like, then hurry up and apply!

Guest Services

As a Guest Services employee you are the person guests approach with questions. Where's my seat? What time does the main act go on? Where can I buy a t-shirt? They rely on you to have the answers and so do we. Your responsibilities include ticket taking, ushering, managing seating areas and KNOWING THE RIGHT ANSWER.



The Parking Department has a tremendous amount of responsibility, as well as a tremendous amount of fun! As a parking employee you are who our guests see first; and we all know how important first impressions are. For this reason, it is extremely important for members of the parking department to be courteous, in proper uniform, and fully prepared to aid patrons in any way possible. Your responsibilities include directing vehicles as they park and as they exit. The goal of parking is to maximize space and maintain safety by managing our traffic flow. Some parking employees are trained as gate attendants, cashiers or road crew. Parking employees have a break between ingress and egress.


Cleaning Crew

The Cleaning Crew works together to ensure that KMC looks like it did the day it opened for every single show. The crew is primarily responsible for making sure the trash is picked up, bathrooms are maintained, recyclables are sorted/collected, and the venue is free of debris before, during, and after the show. If you are interested in helping keep things tidy around the venue, this job is for you!



The safety for our fans and guests are top priority at the venue. This department's staff is found throughout our venue from the parking lots to backstage and helps ensure the safety of everyone who walks onto our property. Some of the responsibilities of the security staff would include the following: searching for any prohibited items, safely taking any guests that may need special attention to the designated areas, identify and deal with any situations before they become unnecessary problems later all while being professional and providing great customer service.


It takes a partnership with several independent companies to make KMC run smoothly – For more employment opportunities, see below.

Concessions - Legends

Concessions employees are a very important part of the venue's operation and while they are not operated by us, they are operated by a great company called Legends. We invite you to apply for a Concession position through KMC's means.

There are a number of different responsibilities that make up Legends' operation. Positions include: Runners, Cashiers, Food Preparation, Bartender, Miscellaneous Duties, as well as many others. Runners are responsible for moving product from the Legends warehouse to a location in which it will be sold. The Cashier, Food Preparer, and Bartender positions are all self-explanatory and Bartenders are sometimes eligible to receive tips.

If you are interested, please visit www.legends.net/about/careers.


The stagehand crew is an integral part of the concert experience. Our stage crew is run by 317 Productions, Inc. To work on the stage crew you must be at least 18 years of age and able to work early in the morning (7:00 – 8:00 am start time) for at least 5 hours if not more to load the show in, and late in the evening (9:00- 11:00 pm start time) for another 4 hours to load the show out. No prior experience is necessary, but the job is physically demanding.

If you think that you may be interested in working on the stage crew please contact Ben Friedman, Stage Manager / Owner of 317 Productions Inc. at ben@317productions.com.

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