working at Jiffy lube live was an exciting and fun environment to work in
Production Assistant/Production Runner (Former Employee) – Bristow, VA – June 1, 2018
Working at the Lube as we called it was very exciting. I met many different famous people and bands and had to take care of all their daily needs because they could not leave the venue. I really enjoyed my job at Jiffy Lube. It was an amazing place to work
Security Guard (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – December 13, 2018
Very entertaining, meet alot of people, not many hours, some managers are great others are very poor even mean. I didn't get a break for 4 hours one show on an 11 hour day. I complained about it to a boss and they told my boss who was the sister of the manager who was not taking care of me. I was given a laundry list of all kinds of made up stuff so she could protect him. I Did Not Like That at all and considered the thing very unprofessional. I was assured I would be taken care of that day and I was not.
Cook (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – December 6, 2018
While working at LiveNation, I learned that concert goers are always hungry and always want a beer. The stands are usually packed with customers, but once the show starts, you get a free concert while getting paid to work
Operations / Front house (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – December 4, 2018
I was hired based off of my extensive event management experience. Was asked to be a ticket taker to start out due to no open mgt positions. Filled for multiple manager roles for duration. Then came to work and saw they hired two new managers with NO experience. They asked me to come to work and train them and then go "take tickets at door". NO CAREER ADVANCEMENT FOR PEOPLE OF COLOR!
Parking Attendant (Current Employee) – Chula Vista, CA 91911 – November 15, 2018
The busy hours were stressful and standing for 11 hours on average during a shift was difficult but the people you meet when parking the cars and the staff you work with make a great work environment not to mention the fact that you get a live music performance while you work.
Vendor/Sales, Encore Merchandising (Former Employee) – Saratoga Springs, NY – November 13, 2018
It is a difficult job, long hours on your feet and the pay is based on how well you do in sales that night and how big of a concert was that night. Not for someone that is looking for a desk job. you are out there interacting and working with people from 12 in the afternoon to sometimes 1 am.
Very slow paced and sometimes you’d get cut off because you have to signup for days you want to work
Parking Lot Attendant (Former Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – November 9, 2018
The job gets boring most of the time and time goes by very slowly. There are no breaks so you are just standing in one spot for at least 5 hours. In addition, you had to signup for specific concerts or wanted to work and I was cut off a lot because spots were taken up even though I signed up early.
Expo (Former Employee) – Orlando – November 9, 2018
I would never work here ever again. The managers are lazy. Some do drugs and the head chef is slow as dirt and has no idea what goes on in the restaurant. They are racist and the way the speak to most of the individuals who work on the line is very unprofessional. The Gm for the restaurant just left because of all the problems as well as several other managers. They can’t keep staff. Only good thing are the benefits and the hr team and a few employees otherwise a complete utter mess
HOUSEKEEPING (Current Employee) – Virginia – November 3, 2018
My days are primarily spend sweeping and pulling trash, but cleaning up vomit is also occasionally necessary. As the venue is large, expect to do a lot of walking. Larger concerts have higher demands, and can leave little time to rest your legs and back.
Only seasonal, and work is only focussed around concerts