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  • How much do you cost?
    Each event is different and so prices vary depending on a whole list of factors. However, we are cheaper than the competition and offer more for your money! Send us a quote request and you’ll be happily surprised!
  • Will you learn our first dance?
    Yes, we can certaintly learn and perform your first dance, or if you prefer to have the original record played, we can play the original mp3 through our DJ software. To learn and perform a first dance, we charge an additional £100. This is more of a token fee and doesn't represent the many hours of programming, learning and rehearsing that we each put into preparing a new song. Please note that due to high demand and time restrictions, we require a minimum of 90 days notice to learn a first dance, plus we have to assess our workload and schedule before agreeing to learn a track. These are all pretty standard requirements for any band, but other bands just aren't as transparent about it as we are. For full information, please read our section about FIRST DANCES.
  • What's included as standard?
    Everything! 2 X 1 Hour Sets Of Live Back-To-Back 80s Hits Our Full 4000W QSC PA System A Fully Programmed 34 Fixture Lighting Rig inc Smoke, Lasers, Strobes, Blinders, And 12 Moving Beams! LED Lit State Of The Art Digital Drum Kit LED Lit Keytar Costume Changes For Each Set FREE mp3 First Dance With Lighting PLUS ... Pre mixed DJ style music during the interval and after our set, up to 12 midnight!** **Only included for evening events where the band set finishes at 10:30 or later.
  • When will you arrive to set up and what's a typical schedule?
    As standard, our contracts and quotes assume a 17:00 arrival. This allows for us to get there after driving from the previous event the day before. We ask for 2 hours to set up and sound check. This ensures we're fully set up, sound checked and we've cleared the stage area of cases. We'll then go to the changing room you provide for us and get changed and we usually eat at this point. If you want us to perform straight away, then we'll need a longer break (an hour) between sets to eat before Set 2 instead. Arriving earlier than 17:00 may not be possible due to other commitments earlier in the day, or travelling long distances from other events. A typical schedule for us would be: 17:00 - Arrive to set up (usually while people are eating...we'll be discreet!). 19:00 - Finish Setting up and put background music on. 19:00 - We go to the changing room you've provided for us and eat. 19:40 - We get changed into our stage clothes 20:00 - First dance and straight into Set 1 of our performance. 21:05 - Set 1 finishes and we go for a break. We put on some dancefloor music for you. 21:45 - Set 2 starts. 23:00 - If we do some encores, we'll finish at around 23:00. Encores are dependant on various factors including our vocal stamina...(and if the drummer hasn't collapsed from exhaustion yet...) 23:00 - We'll provide more dance-floor music from our unmanned DJ software, up until your venue's music curfew, but no later than midnight.
  • Do you play requests?
    Due to the way we run the set with fully programmed lights, programmed guitar sound changes, keyboard sound changes and even automated mixing desk changes, we're unable to do the whole 'juke box band' thing and customise our set for each event. Further more, since our sets have no gaps between songs and medley perfectly from one song to the next, we have to learn how and when each segway occurs. As a result, slotting in a new song is not only technically very difficult and time consuming, but it also fries our little brains, as we've learnt the 'set' as a whole. To see a full list of the songs we play and the order we play them in, see our set lists by clicking here. We do provide a free unmanned DJ service for both between and after our sets up to midnight in which you can pre-arrange to have some requests included. Please note: this is an unmanned DJ service, so no-one will be DJ-ing throughout the night, it's a playlist which we pre-arrange and mix before your event. We have several playlists to choose from, ranging from 70s to the latest hits, so weather you want 80s dancefloor fillers or more modern party anthems, we've got them all!
  • What are your set times?
    We perform 2 x 1 hour sets of non-stop party music with a half hour to 1 hour break in between sets. All of our bookings are quoted for with a start time no earlier that 7:00pm and a 12:00 midnight finish as we need to pack down and get to our next performance. If you need us to finish later, let us know within your quote request.
  • Do we need to provide food and drinks for you?
    Ohhh my favorite question!! :) Yes please!! We are a full time band, so we go away each week and perform at anything up to 5 events in a row, which means we quite often won't have eaten all day until we get to you. So the meal you provide us with is likely to be the only meal we get to eat all day!....and there's only so much Harribo a man can take! lol With this in mind, each conract includes the requirement for you to provide us with 4 cooked meals and free soft drinks throughout our time at your event.
  • How much stage space do you require?
    The bigger the better! However, we require a minimum of 5 meters width by 3.5 meters depth to fit in our lights, PA, drums and 3 front men. If you're space is limited to less than this, let us know and we will see what we can do to accomodate.
  • How many power sockets do you need?
    We require a minimum of 2 reliable power sockets located on the stage/performance area. So these need to be individual sockets on the wall, not a multi-socket extension lead coming from one socket. Although we can set up with just 2 sockets, we prefer 4 sockets if possible.
  • Do you mind where you perform?
    Not at all! However, we do ask that if we’re performing outdoors, you provide a roof over our heads and walls behind us and to both sides, to protect us and our gear from the elements. Unexpected rain can and has happened, and is VERY expensive without protection. We also highly recommend putting us in the same room as the bar. Trust us, this can make or break an event! :)
  • How loud are you?
    As loud or as quiet as you require! Due to the very latest technology we employ, we are able to perform at volumes suitable for up to around 1000 people, or we can turn right down to speech level and sound exactly the same! Even the drums get turned down, but still sound just as powerful!!
    1. Minimum Stage size/performance area: A rectangle measuring a minimum of 5 meters wide & 4 meters deep. (shape and dimensions not flexible). If these dimensions are not available, please notify us so that we can discuss options. 2. A minimum of 2 reliable virgin wall power sockets. 3 or 4 sockets preferred (not a 4 way). 3. We require 2 hours (120 minutes, no less) to set up and sound check, PLUS 20 minutes to get changed. It’s a large and technically demanding stage set up with many moving parts, as you know we’re far more than just a ‘turn up and jam’ style band ;) We’re very used to setting up while people are eating, so don’t let that worry you, we’ll be as discreet as possible. After setting up, we’ll need around 20 minutes to get changed (assuming we’re provided with a changing room. A toilet will not be sufficient for our needs). 4. We need to be notified in advance if the venue has noise limiters. Please note we are a fully digital setup and we have complete control over the volume we put out. However, if a venue insists that we use their PA, we lose this control and can’t guarantee the quality of the sound. We avoid going through third party PA’s at all costs, besides in exceptional circumstances and this must be discussed and agreed with us in advance. Just ask your venue if the band can use their own PA. If the answer is yes, then no worries at all! If they say “no, they need to go through our PA”, then I need to know the details for their PA and it’s position within the room, mainly if the front of the speakers are 4 meters from the back wall or less. We can work around most issues if we know in advance. 5. Please ask your venue if they can isolate their smoke detectors to allow us to use our smoke machine during the show. This is not essential, but it will add huge production value to the show. If the venue can’t accommodate this, it’s not a problem and is completely understandable. Some venues have heat detectors instead of smoke detectors, which solves the problem. 6. We will require around 1 hour and 15 minutes to pack down and load out, although this can be affected by the ease of the route to the van, the distance from the stage to the van and depending on if guests are still in the room during load out. Your venue will need to be flexible about this and although we will always try to be as fast as possible for the sake of the venue staff, rushing too much can cause injuries and damage to our gear. We start discretely packing away parts of the stage straight after Set 2. If we’re finishing Set 2 at 11:00 but playing DJ music till midnight, the PA and some lighting will remain up and running until midnight. 7. Two free parking spaces, one of which is located at the door to the performance venue, so we can unload the heavy equipment from the van. The closer this door is to the stage, the faster we will be setting up for you. 8. A clear path from the loading in doors to the stage area. Some of our gear is large and very heavy, so we’d rather not be wrestling with tables or trying to squeeze through crowds while carrying it! You MUST let us know in advance if there are stairs or elevators involved in getting our gear from the van to the stage as this will increase our time requirements for loading in and out. 9.If you are planning to have us perform outside, you must provide a waterproof roof, back and sides to protect us from the elements. The roof will need to overhang the front of the stage to protect our speakers and front-of-stage lights. We cannot risk our equipment being rained on, no matter how 'unlikely' it may feel that it won't happen. We also need to be on a hard, flat and solid floor or staging. Our staging size requirements are 5 meters width x 4 meters depth. 10. We will require a dedicated room for the band: Somewhere warm and dry for us to hang around in throughout our time at the venue, get changed in and eat in etc. Please note: a "toilet" is not sufficient. All wedding venues provide a bridal suite or have various rooms such as offices etc, and though they may need convincing, your venue will need to provide this for us. 11. We will need feeding. We work a very long, hard day (usually around 21 hours) and we usually don't have time to stop and eat! So the meal you provide for us will likely be the only meal we get to eat all day. With that in mind, we ask for 4, substantially sized, plated hot meals with meat and veg (as opposed to the evening snacks i.e. sandwiches, fish fingers etc). We require 1 hour to eat, either before we go on or during a 1 hour break between sets. Our dietary requirements are: 4 meat and veg. No spicy food (chili). 12. We also require free drinks to be provided to us upon arrival and throughout our time at the venue. This includes both alcoholic and non- alcoholic some members of the band only seem to be able to sing after an IPA or a cider! We've found that a bar tab is often the easiest way for clients to arrange this. That way we don't need to bother anyone whenever we need a drink. Please ensure this is set up and arranged with your venue prior to us arriving as we’ll be in full ‘manual labor’ mode as soon as we arrive. This also helps the band feel very welcome, rather than a burden. But please don’t worry, we don’t over indulge! Please note, these requirements are essential for us to provide you with our full service at the highest level with no disruption to the schedule of your event. As such, these requirements are stipulated within our booking contract.
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