Collective Care

Welcome to Horst Festival, where we strive to cultivate an atmosphere of solidarity and community for all who join us. Our mission is simple: to provide a space where people of every gender, ethnicity, ability, religion, sexuality, and age can freely and safely revel in the arts, architecture, and music.

In pursuit of this goal, Horst does not condone racism, sexism, transphobia, homophobia, body negativity, ableism, and all other forms of discrimination. This commitment extends across every inch of our festival grounds, from the main event areas to the camping grounds and everything in between.

Should you witness or experience any of these behaviors, we encourage you to reach out to our dedicated Collective Care team. Easily identifiable by their pink t-shirts, these compassionate individuals are here to support you. They will handle the situation with your guidance and take your concerns seriously. There is never any excuse for harassment or violence.

In addition, we recognize that sometimes guests may need a quiet space to decompress or relax. That's why we've established the Collective Care Space, situated opposite the Food Hall and clearly marked on the Festival map. Here, you'll find soothing music, soft lighting, comfortable seating, harm reduction supplies, water, and compassionate staff ready to assist you.

Horst is something that we create together, and it's up to each of us to ensure it remains inclusive and welcoming to all. Take care of yourself, take care of each other, and let's make it enjoyable for everyone. If you have more questions, visit our FAQ page.

Welcome to Horst Festival, where we strive to cultivate an atmosphere of solidarity and community for all who join us. Our mission is simple: to provide a space where people of every gender, ethnicity, ability, religion, sexuality, and age can freely and safely revel in the arts, architecture, and music.

In pursuit of this goal, Horst does not condone racism, sexism, transphobia, homophobia, body negativity, ableism, and all other forms of discrimination. This commitment extends across every inch of our festival grounds, from the main event areas to the camping grounds and everything in between.

Should you witness or experience any of these behaviors, we encourage you to reach out to our dedicated Collective Care team. Easily identifiable by their pink t-shirts, these compassionate individuals are here to support you. They will handle the situation with your guidance and take your concerns seriously. There is never any excuse for harassment or violence.

In addition, we recognize that sometimes guests may need a quiet space to decompress or relax. That's why we've established the Collective Care Space, situated opposite the Food Hall and clearly marked on the Festival map. Here, you'll find soothing music, soft lighting, comfortable seating, harm reduction supplies, water, and compassionate staff ready to assist you.

Horst is something that we create together, and it's up to each of us to ensure it remains inclusive and welcoming to all. Take care of yourself, take care of each other, and let's make it enjoyable for everyone. If you have more questions, visit our FAQ page.

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JOBS

Digital Communications

Dive into a dynamic role assisting the marketing team. Application deadline is 31 July.

Performance

Collaborate with the expo team to realise the club nights’ performance programme. Application deadline is 31 July.

Architecture & Scenography

Engage in the design of the new club stage and scenography. Application deadline is 15 July.

Mobile Furniture

Contribute to a permanent artistic project for Asiat Park, the home ground of Horst. Application deadline is 15 July.

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