Line Marie Bach works with music festivals (for example Northside in Aarhus) and managing the enormous horde of volunteer workers that help clean up and run the grounds. Underway, the audience learns about the hows and the whys, and how Northside volunteer-leadership is actually becoming an accredited course in education!
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