When I think of summer, I think of summer concerts and summer jobs. However, what if you could put the two together?

Kenny Chesney will be in Bozeman on July 9th and will play Bobcat Stadium. Not only will this be the biggest concert in Montana this summer, but it will also be one of the biggest shows in the region.

The sold-out concert will see twenty-four thousand Kenny Chesney fans at Bobcat Stadium, and when you have a concert this big, you need a little extra help. It just so happens that this could mean some extra money for you.

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Mav Event Services, which provides many services for events and concerts across Montana and our region, is looking for folks that would like to work at the Kenny Chesney concert on July 9th at Bobcat Stadium. Some of the services that they provide include:

  • Security Services
  • Event Management
  • Traffic/Parking
  • Crowd Management
  • Usher/Ticket Taking

The company is looking for individuals to work various shifts the day of the concert starting at 7:30 am and going through 11:30 pm. For those wondering about compensation, the pay starts at 17 dollars per hour.

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If you or someone you know would be interested in one of these positions, Mav Event Services will be in town recruiting individuals for the show.  If you would like more information, you can reach out via their website by clicking here, or if you have questions or want to set up an interview, please reach out to Derrick at derrick@maveventservices.com.

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