Frequently Asked Questions
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How do I confirm my event booking?
If you would like to book us for your event, please contact us via our form, and we'll discuss which packages suits you best. We will then collect your details, and send you a contract stating our full terms and conditions for you to sign. We also require a 20% deposit, payable via BACS.
Do you supply a PA system, and lighting?
Yes! We currently use a pair of Yamaha Stagepas 1K speakers for all bookings, and have a lighting rig available for evening events. We also have a pair of wireless speakers, perfect for smaller outdoor ceremonies where there is no access to power.
Is your equipment PAT tested, and do you have Public Liability Insurance?
Yes! All our equipment is PAT tested yearly, and we have Public Liability Insurance up to £10 million. Ahead of your event, we'll send across all our certification to either your venue, or you.
How much space do you require?
We typically require roughly 3m x 3m to ensure we can fit ourselves and our equipment. If we are performing with our lighting rig too, we will require 4m x 4m.
How long does it take you to set up?
We need a minimum of one hour to load in, set up, and sound check to ensure our performance is of the highest quality for your event.
Can we request any songs?
Yes, every booking includes 3 new song requests, meaning you can choose your favourite songs for whilst you walk down the aisle, or twirl around the dance floor for your first dance!
Do you charge travel expenses?
Every booking includes the first 25 miles of travel for free, after that we charge 45p per mile.
Can you supply background music?
We always supply background music in any breaks between our sets, and will choose a playlist most suitable to the atmosphere of your event.
Can you perform outside?
We're more than happy to perform outside if there is access to power for our PA system, and if the weather is suitable. If it is too hot or cold, we will need to be moved under shelter or indoors to ensure there is no damage to our equipment, and we're able to play our instruments properly. If it's cloudy, and rain is likely we will set up inside, as the slightest bit of water can damage our equipment.