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Booking Terms & Conditions (update for Covid-19)
Once the client is happy to proceed, a signed contract and payment of a non-refundable 50% retainer is typically required to secure the booking. Other retainer conditions may be agreed by mutual consent particularly when extended playing time or a full day entertainment package have been booked.
The artist has valid Public Liability Insurance (£10 million) and all equipment is PAT tested.
In the event of cancellation by the Client / Venue, the Client / Venue shall be liable to the following cancellation charges: under 90 days’ notice: 100% of the contracted fee.
In the event of cancellation by the artists, validated only by proven medical reasons or force majeure, said artists shall be liable to return any monies already received and do their utmost to secure a suitable replacement.
It is understood that, in the event of direct government-enforced postponement, the Artist will work with the Client/Venue to secure a future compatible date at no additional cost. In this instance, the Client/Venue must propose a minimum of five alternative dates, at least one of which must be an “off-peak” date, so that a date which is compatible with both the Client/Venue and Artist calendars may reasonably be found.
In the event of voluntary postponement by the Client/Venue where the contracted event may legally go ahead albeit with restrictions, the Artist shall keep the non-refundable retainer(s) as per the original conditions of contract. If the Artist is available for the rescheduled date, said Artist will reasonably charge a £100 rebooking fee as compensation in some degree for potential income lost from the original booking date which is otherwise unlikely to be recovered.