Pavilion - Concessions stand

Working at the Pavilion is an excellent opportunity to get involved, hear some great music, meet other band parents, people-watch and earn “Fair Share” dollars in the process! It’s a great group of folks and many enjoy working The Pavilion well after their Fair Share obligation is complete! Aramark, the company that runs the concessions at the Pavilion, allows non-profit organizations such as ours to man a booth in return for a percentage of the sales, and it has given us the poitential to raise a phenomenal amount of funds. The Pavilion season runs from March through December with plenty of opportunities for many members. We require anywhere between 10-15 people at every event!


The Pavilion is an important part of our Booster Club particularly for those that prefer to volunteer to earn Fair Share rather than write a check. It is the best opportunity to earn Fair Share dollars in that there are many events, on many days of the week, over the course of eight months. When you have the time, we can find an event for you to work!  


Our commitment to The Pavilion doesn’t stop when everyone has earned his or her Fair Share dollars. We must staff every event, at every position, in order to keep our booth for the following season. We could use your help and it really is a fun time working with, and getting to know, fellow band parents!  You can work as a cashier, a cook, or a runner. 


Interested? The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) must certify you to serve alcohol. The classroom training is periodically offered, usually early-to-mid season, but can also be taken online. The classroom training at the Pavilion is free and the online class is typically less than $20 (currently $12.00). Go to for information about online training or to get certified. The certification lasts for 2 years. We do need a copy of your certificate so be sure to print it and give it to the Pavilion Coordinator. 


Pavilion volunteers will need to purchase a College Park Band hat & Aramark polo shirt and wear khaki pants and black tennis shoes.