PROMOTED: Eryn Goodwin and GTM founder Stephen Halpin in front of the two main stages.LA TROBE University student Eryn Goodwin has worked her way from intern to paid employee at Groovin the Moo.
The 21-year-old from Castlemaine started out shadowing the event co-ordinator laminating press passes before managing the VIP bar last year.
This year she has worked the whole week on the GTM site, organising all the little details that the festival needs to be a success.
“This year I have been organising the radios and keys, organising spreadsheets and working on (media) accreditations,” Ms Goodwin said.
“It has been an amazing experience to see every aspect of the event come together. It is fun, hectic and organised.”
Ms Goodwin is in her final year of an event managment and marketing course at La Trobe University.
“I originally wanted to do wedding planning but I have swayed into other kinds of events.
“I have always loved organising and planning things. It’s cool to bring a service that people will love and enjoy.”
Ms Goodwin said she first came to GTM as a patron when she was 16.
“It involves the whole community and is something different. There is a really chilled out vibe and it is fun and friendly,” she said.
“It also sticks with a wide range of music for every demographic and travels the country instead of staying in the cities.”
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