Our entire show schedule is on Facebook! 

Make sure to check us out on Facebook to see our upcoming dates and future events.

 

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Pricing: 
Solo or Duo Show: Features one or two musicians and/or a vocalist(s).
(Perfect for dinner events or intimate settings) $300-$400
Full Band: Features 3 musicians, and several instruments with a big sound. 
For bigger venues or outdoor shows. $500
(Not ideal for intimate settings.)
Full Band & Horns: $1000
Wedding Shows: Includes Live Music, DJ,
Announcements, Sound, and Lights. $5000
*4-Hour Shows require an additional $100 fee for solo and duo, and $200 fee for full band and weddings.  
 
Liability Agreement:
  • If you need to cancel a scheduled event within one (1) month of the event, we will not be able to get another show in that amount of time. You will be required to pay half of the agreed upon price. 
 
  • If there is no rain out plan for an outdoor event, and you have to cancel the event because of rain, you are required to compensate us for half of the agreed upon price. We also require you to reschedule the date with us. 
 
  • If we come to an event, and we start unloading equipment and you have to cancel for any reason, you are required to pay us at least half of the agreed upon price.
 
  • If any of our equipment is damaged by the venue itself or by a patron in your venue, the venue's insurance or the venue itself is required to pay the cost to repair or replace it.
  • Rates are for three-hour shows only. *See above fees for 4-hour shows. 
Turnout and Payout:
  • We do a lot to market ourselves including creating a digital flyer on social media, creating an event on social media, having a budget and running Facebook ads, and using our university and post-graduate experience to market our shows across social media to the best of our ability. 
  • We believe it is up to the band as well as the venue to get the word out about our event. The venue should be proactive and responsible about publicizing our event. Letting your regulars know about a live band playing on Friday a few hours before the show is not best practice. 
  • In the anomaly of a low turnout, we intend to play our full three hour set and still get paid our full amount. We won't haggle during set breaks, end early, or take less money as a result of a circumstantial low turnout. That is a liability we have to risk, but in our experience, it is not a regular occurrence.