Of course! We love to travel! We do charge extra for the time depending on the distance. Ask your producer for an official quote based on the specifics of your event.
You can request different styles in our online planning system depending on the formality of your event.
Absolutely! We play ALL weddings and happily celebrate love. Please don’t hesitate to reach out.
We do! See our events page for more details.
Absolutely! We’re an all-inclusive band with a broad musical repertoire. Want classical music for your ceremony, a jazz set for your cocktail hour, and dance party reception? You’ve got it. Speak to your producer for more specific details, requests, and pricing.
We play a wide variety of music. From Top 40, to classics, to classical and jazz. You can get an idea of the musical styles you can choose from on our media page.
We have a solid repertoire of songs that will please all of your guests from your 6-year old niece to your grandfather. It’s always important to have some freedom to read the room on the night; but our number one priority is pleasing YOU. Just let us know what you want to hear, and, if it’s not already in our repertoire, we’ll work with you to make your night perfect. You can also give us a list of songs that you love and songs that you dislike on your planning page–we’ll base our choices on your music preferences.
Of course! Just make sure you give us enough notice of your special request so the the band has time to learn your song.
Our typical quote, and the industry standard, is for a maximum 5-hour event including set up and break down. This includes 4 x 45-minute sets or 3 x 60 minute sets, with intermittent breaks, to be spread throughout the night as you feel best. With speeches and other formalities, you’ll find this is usually the perfect amount of time to have the band playing. If you require a longer event and more sets, we are happy to discuss adding extra hours at little cost. Also, please know that we are always flexible to your needs. This 5-hour timeline breakdown is our standard recommendation, but anything can be customized to your plan. Talk to us about your ideas and dreams and we’ll do our best to accommodate!
The band can absolutely play during dinner, but we’d recommend using your sets when your guests are ready to stand up and get dancing. Our typical event reception includes 4 x 45-minute sets with short DJ sets between the band sets. If you would like a dinner set, please let us know ahead of time as we defer to playing after-dinner sets unless otherwise instructed. You can always pay for extra time if you want a dinner set in addition to all four dance sets.
Absolutely! Send us a list of all the songs you want to hear. We’ll sort through the list and decide which will sound best live and which will be better to DJ during a break. DJ service is always free - we want to make sure the room is still buzzing when the band isn’t playing. If you like, you can bring your own iPod for these breaks with a specific playlist, or, if you prefer, just leave it up to us! Either way, we’ll manage the playlist on the night so you don’t have to worry about the logistics. We always bring an iPod with a selection of appropriate background music and, during dinner, the room is typically too noisy for the band to be playing, anyway–we want your guests to be able to enjoy their conversation and it’s much easier to control the noise level on an iPod!
Yes, but we do charge for the extra time. Speak to your producer for more details.
Yes, we can! We want you to have the time of your life but we appreciate the heads up if you think you’re event will run long. Just like your other on-site vendors, we do charge for the extra time.
This depends on the type of music you want to hear. Our most common setup would include a guitar, bass, piano, drums, and lead singers. From there, you can add on horns or other instruments.
Yes! We look after everything music-related.
Yes! The mic and sound system is already hooked up, so we’re happy to provide a mic for your officiant, speeches, and any other announcements provided those are in the same spot as the reception band. Please, no “drop the mic” moments! This equipment is expensive and, contrary to popular belief, it does break when dropped–which you definitely don’t want to risk right before your reception. Speak to your producer regarding booking a secondary sound system in a separate area.
Of course! Fill out your schedule on our planning page. Two weeks before your wedding, we’ll go through all the details, including how to properly pronounce that one groomsman’s name with the silent “G”.
You sure can! Check out our list of local live showcases here
We’ll get in touch 2 weeks before your event to finalize the details. This gives you plenty of time to decide on your special dances and work out your event timeline. If you contact us before that and we don’t immediately get back to you, we’re likely handling details for a wedding that weekend. Don’t worry! We’ll give you the same dedicated attention when it comes to two weeks before your event.
When you book the band, you’ll make a 20% initial payment to secure your date. The remaining amount is due two weeks before your event.
You can always reach out to your producer with questions. The lead on your event will also be able to answer any questions your wedding planner or venue manager may have on the night.
A meal (to fuel ourselves!), electrical power (to fuel our instruments!), and a covered space on a flat, hard, dry surface to play. We do not require a stage!
Yes, but we require cover (tent, awning, umbrella, etc.) and a flat, hard, dry surface to play on. Instruments don’t sound as nice when wet (trust us!) and electrical cords mixed with water can be a fire hazard. Also, heat can damage instruments, so please keep this in mind when placing your band and have a backup plan just in case!
We certainly don’t require a stage to perform; but, if you choose to have one, it does make us feel like rockstars! The stage should be roughly 8x12 feet for a 3-4 piece band, 12x16 for a 5-8 piece, and 12x24 for a 9-14 piece. Ask your producer if you still aren’t sure.