Hoopfest is scheduled for June 25-26, 2022. It will be the first time the tournament has been played in downtown Spokane in three years as the event in 2020 and 2021 had to be modified or canceled because of COVID-19.
Volunteers are needed both before and during the event.
Spokane Hoopfest lists 13 different volunteer opportunities available:
Be a part of the action! Get the prime spot for watching the games all weekend by being a court monitor. Hoopfest will provide you with all the basketball IQ you’ll need, no matter your experience with the game.
For the detail-oriented folks who are passionate about hydration – help track inventory and control distribution to Hoopfest-approved vendors.
Know all the numbers behind the madness. Input scores from the Master Scoreboard into computers to update tournament brackets for all to see on the Hoopfest website.
Be at the center of the family fun zone – take tickets, help facilitate games, and supervise them on rides. Perfect for all the kids at heart.
Calling for foodies – help prepare and coordinate the volunteer lunch program for Hoopfest weekend.
Center Court Scoring
Run the scoreboard at the elite center court and get a front-row seat to some of the best talent Hoopfest has to offer.
Record and display all tournament game scores so players know the status of all their games.
Work at the Hoopfest Store presented by Nike and help players and fans alike find the perfect Hoopfest souvenir to take home.
Rally the court monitors on Thursday during check-in or send them on their way home at check-out on Sunday.
Be in charge of the velvet rope at the VIP area reserved for event sponsors and key volunteers.
Welcome the teams to the Best Basketball Weekend on Earth by checking them in or distributing retrieving their packets and t-shirts.
Assist with the shooting contests happening up and down the Bennett Block.
Help players and fans find their way around the 45 city blocks of Hoopfest.
Spokane Hoopfest bills itself as the largest 3on3 outdoor basketball tournament in the world. The event brings together 6,000 teams, 3,000 volunteers, 225,000 fans, and 450 courts that span 45 city blocks.