Thank you for your interest in becoming a volunteer or for returning as one of our valued volunteers.

“Register Today” or if you are “Already a Volunteer? Sign In” to your existing profile account to choose your schedule. Pick your favourite areas now before they fill up.

NEW! Volunteer Referral Program

When you get a friend to sign up for volunteer shifts on our website for the first time, they can fill in your name to let us know that you sent them our way. When your friend arrives at the park for their first shift, both you and your friend will be entered into a prize raffle. There is no limit to how many people you can refer and how many times you can be entered, so long as they are new to the festival and actually work the shifts they sign up for.

Raffle Prize: Splitsville has generously donated bowling passes which will be awarded to four of our volunteers (two pairs of friends).


  • You must refer someone who has never volunteered with the Sound of Music before.
  • Both of you must sign in at the volunteer center prior to your shift to be entered into the raffle.
  • You must appear for all scheduled shifts. If one of you does not appear for any of your shifts, you will be disqualified.


  • Have your friend register online as a new volunteer
  • In their profile under additional information they can enter your name to qualify to be entered. 
  • When your friend arrives at the park to sign in for their shifts, both you and your friend will be entered to win.

ALL of our Volunteers will be required to receive mandatory training inAccessible Customer Service Training”. If you have not received any training through your place of employment or another organization please take the time to read our SOMAccessible Customer Service Training”, Once you have completed reading the guide (it takes approx. 20 minutes to read), your training is complete and we will be asking you for your signature registering your compliance in our book when you sign in for your first shift.

“The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 – Ontario regulation 429/07, Accessibility Standards for Customer Service became law in 2005 and is the first of its kind in Canada. The goal of the act is to make Ontario accessible for people with disabilities by 2025. Ontario is developing mandatory, province-wide standards to achieve this goal and to improve accessibility.” For more information regarding the “Accessible Customer Service Training” please go to AccessON.