Step by step booking guide

Step 1 – Get a Quote.

Our online form gives you a quick and easy way to get a quote from us. Once we receive your form we check our availability. If we are available we will then calculate travel expenses and a fee based on the number of hours we will be playing. We aim to get a quote to you within 4 working days.

Step 2Confirm your booking.

After receiving your quote you can reply to us to say you would like to confirm your booking.

Step 3 Pay deposit.

Once you have confirmed your booking we will ask you to pay a deposit. We will send you an invoice which you can pay by bank transfer. For bookings of £400 or over this is usually £100.

Step 4Planning.

This is the stage at which you can work out what music you would like for your event. We have written lots of helpful articles and information on this website to give you inspiration. We offer lots of advice and are available to answer any queries you have. To help you we’ve put together our ‘How to choose your wedding music’ guide. Or if booking for a corporate event or other type of function take a look at our ‘How to choose music for corporate events’ guide.

Step 5Confirm your music choices and event details.

If you are booking us for a wedding we will ask you to use the Wedding Confirmation Form. The deadline for this form to be completed is 6 weeks before the event. However we do recommend submitting as early as possible to ensure any problems are addressed in good time.

Step 6 – Schedule

You will receive a schedule and setlist with our contact details for the day. We will ask you to make a final check to see if everything is correct.

Step 7 – Pay the balance of the fee

We will invoice you for the balance of the fee 28 days in advance of the event. This is due to be paid by bank transfer within 14 days of receipt.

Step 8 – Enjoy the music!

After all your planning it can be hard to relax and enjoy the day. We aim to give you peace of mind with our schedule, setlist and contact details so that on the day you won’t be worrying about the music at all.