Hey everyone! So, it appears the link in the FAQ regarding becoming a roadie is broken, so I thought I'd start a thread to consult you all. The only direction left in the FAQ is "Quit school now and get a job coiling cable for a touring company. These companies like to train their own people and promote from within". Unfortunately, I'm not quite sure where to begin with this. Any suggestions where I should be looking for jobs? I'm also curious about the career trajectory of roadie work, since my ultimate interest is probably front-of-house sound engineering. I'd say my interests are actually pretty broad—I'd be happy to do stagehand-type duties, for instance (and I know that's probably where I'll start, if I can be so lucky). But I believe FOH engineering is probably the best fit in terms of my overall strengths, interests and (eventually) desired income. That said, is there anything I should do or keep in mind to increase my chances of eventually landing in a FOH engineer position? Thanks a lot!