Upheaval Festival is bringing Rob Zombie, Korn, Staind, Chevelle and more to rock Grand Rapids in July, and they're looking to hire!

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Want to work at the festival? Upheaval shared to Twitter that they're looking for folks with guest relations or operations experience.

If you're interested, head to Get Involved section of their website to fill out an application.

Two days of rock music will take over Belknap Park  at Upheaval Festival July 16th-17th, 2021.

Friday, July 16th will feature Korn, Chevelle, Pop Evil, Joyous Wolf, Gemini Syndrome, Royal Bliss and more!

Saturday, July 17th will feature Rob Zombie, Staind, Skillet, Nonpoint, Blacktop Mojo, Stitched Up Heart and more.

Tickets are available here.

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Answers to some Frequently Asked Questions about Upheaval Festival:

What hours are the event?

Friday: 2pm - 11pm (gates close at 9:30pm)

Saturday: 2pm - 11pm (gates close at 9:30pm)

Can I bring food on drink into the Festival grounds?

No outside beverages or food of any kind is allowed. Once inside the Festival, you can purchase and drink from a variety of vendors.

Can I get cash at the Festival? Are there ATMs?

ATM machines are located at the box office and near festival merchandise.

Other stuff to know:

    • No Re-entry
    • Upheaval is an all-ages event. Patrons of all ages require a pass for entry.
    • Upheaval is an outdoor event and is held rain or shine.
    • All persons entering the venues are subject to search for prohibited items including but not limited to: contraband, unauthorized merchandise, alcohol, controlled substances, weapons, firearms, fireworks, cameras, video equipment, and recording devices.
    • Line-up, schedule and set times are subject to change.

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