Volunteer to make PINNED! happen

Volunteer at the next Never Surrender party and get half-price or FREE admission!

Never Surrender: PINNED! (March 22nd) is seeking volunteers!

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You could be a champion
Volunteer today!

Volunteering is a great way to meet people, save money, and help make sure our events can continue to run.

If you’re a Lunar Voyager, you’re welcome to volunteer. Available shifts include setup, doors, safety monitoring, and teardown. Each shift will allow plenty of time to enjoy the party while enjoying half-price or FREE admission. We’ll train you! Details below.

If you’d like to join the team or have any questions, please reach out to before you buy a ticket. See you in the ring!


Our parties are entirely volunteer-powered, so you’ll be key to making it all happen. As an extra incentive, we also offer our volunteers a code for 50% off a ticket for commitment to a 1 hour shift, and 100% off a ticket for a 2 hour or more commitment.

Lunar Voyagers only!

Our available volunteer shifts for this party are:

Load-in & Set-up: Arrive at our space in Lower Manhattan at 5pm on the day of the party to set up and decorate the space. You should be prepared to lift and carry ~30lbs, and you probably want comfortable clothes/shoes (don’t worry, there’s plenty of time to change). The Setup Lead will let you know what to do. (This is a 2-hour shift and qualifies for a fully comped ticket.)

Doors: You and a partner will check tickets and vaccine records/COVID tests at the entrance to the space. You will also ask folks in line to read the rules, and give them a brief orientation to the space. You will be provided a laptop and can easily sit for this shift, if you’d like. The Volunteer Lead will show you how check-in works. (one-hour shifts, starting at 7pm and 8pm)

Safety Monitor: With a partner, you will help attendees navigate the space and their interactions safely. Generally, this involves being available to answer questions, staying aware of what scenes are happening, and checking in with folks if something seems off. Strong visual and auditory acuity is required in this role. Whether or not you have prior experience, there is a mandatory meeting for all Safety Monitors with our Safety Lead at 7:30pm. There you will learn the ins and outs of the space, who your fellow staff are, and how you will work together. (one-hour shifts, starting at 9pm, 10pm, and 11pm)

Tear Down: When the party ends, we have 1 hour to clean up and go home. You will help us pack up our supplies and clean the space. As with load-in and set-up, you should be prepared to lift and carry ~30lbs, and you probably want comfortable clothes/shoes. The Tear Down lead will let you know what to do. As an extra incentive to stay late, a one-hour shift on teardown counts double! (one-hour shift, midnight-1am)

Please reach out to to ask questions or sign up! Thanks!