Insomniac Bassrush Intern

Live Nation

Special Commitments

Job Summary:


Insomniac produces some of the most innovative, immersive music festivals and events in the world. Enhanced by

state-of-the-art lighting, pyrotechnics and sound design, large-scale art installations, theatrical performers and

next generation special effects, our events captivate the senses and inspire a unique level of fan interaction. The

quality of the Headliner experience is our top priority.

Throughout our 20-year history, Insomniac has produced almost 400 festivals, concerts and club nights for over 4

million attendees in California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, New York, Texas, Puerto Rico, and the United Kingdom,

with expansions into Brazil and Japan. Insomniac’s premier annual event, Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas, is the

largest multi-day music festival in North America, and attracted more than 400,000 fans over three days in June

2016. The company was founded by Pasquale Rotella, and has been based in Los Angeles since it was formed in



Passionate and motivated. Driven, with an entrepreneurial spirit. Resourceful, innovative, forward thinking and

committed. At Insomniac, our people embrace these qualities, so if this sounds like you then please read on!


Bassrush is a division of Insomniac Events that is one of the leading bass music event producers in

America. We host our own events, festivals and also host stages at a bunch of Insomniac festivals as well

as run our own Independent label, Bassrush Records. The Bassrush intern would assist in all facets of

the Bassrush teams process ranging from social media, promotion and A&R.


  • Work closely with label department to help with certain label functions
  • Meta-data entry, catalogue management, content creation, and administrative tasks
  • Assists with other duties as assigned on a regular or occasional basis
  • Build and Maintain social media schedules
  • Research various college and high school promotional methods
  • Assist with marketing activations
  • A& R (submitting music and going to shows)
  • Community and high school outreach - influencers and brand ambassadors
  • Assist with on site social media postings at Insomniac concerts and Branded shows.


  • Must be 18 years of age and currently enrolled in an accredited college, university or trade school
  • Must provide documentation from school that you will be receiving college credit for internship
  • Must be able to work out of Beverly Hills, CA office at least two days a week for four hours each day
  • Typical commitment is 10-16 hours per week
  • Must be motivated with an “Everything is possible” attitude
  • Must be an active problem solver, instilled with a sense of urgency for projects large and small
  • Knowledge of dance music and Insomniac’s brands

Applicants for employment in the U.S. must possess work authorization, which does not require sponsorship by

Insomniac for a visa.


Insomniac strongly supports equal employment opportunity for all applicants regardless of race, color, religion,

sex, gender identity, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, marital status, physical disability, mental

disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by state

or federal law.


The preceding job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by

employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of

all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.

Insomniac recruitment policies are designed to place the most highly qualified persons available in a timely and

efficient manner. Insomniac may pursue all avenues available, including promotion from within, employee

referrals, outside advertising, employment agencies, Internet recruiting, job fairs, college recruiting and search


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