We are honored you chose Right To Party! This rider will hopefully answer many questions you may have, but please feel free to contact Tony Pace directly at email@example.com or 704.560.5703.
This rider lists our artist’s needs in an ideal situation, but we understand every venue and event is different. Please communicate any variations in advance and we will do our best to accommodate.
Make balance check payable to:
Tony Pace LLC (The balance amount is on your ECE contract.)
Please deliver prior to event start.
PARKING AND LOAD-IN:
Presenter is responsible for arranging and paying for parking at the venue for a reasonable and mutually agreeable number of vehicles. If parking is not available onsite, then an alternate lot within walking distance is acceptable.
POWER AND STAGE:
Please have 4 separate 120v / 20a circuits available for the Artist’s exclusive use. In the event of generator usage please contact your band leader to discuss preferred wattage and placement.
Preferred stage size is 24x16ft. Smaller stages may work an but must be approved by Artist. If no stage is available, Artist will perform on flat, level, hardwood or concrete/tile surface.
DRESSING ROOM OR GREEN ROOM:
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Trust us to handle the flow and order of the songs, however, as we know how to build the energy throughout the event.
Will you learn a song for us? The band will absolutely learn ONE song not already on its playlist for any private / corporate event. For weddings this is typically an abridged “first dance” song.
We take this responsibility seriously and must therefore limit this service so we can learn, arrange, rehearse and perform high quality versions for each client’s special requests. Many popular “special dance” songs are already in our repertoire, so if you don’t see it; ask!
A few things to note for weddings:
Covers are interpretations of the song to the best of the band’s ability musically and vocally. Expect slight variations in tempo and style from original recording. The band IS equipped to pre-record the songs for choreographed dance rehearsal’s sake for a fee. If the couple is taking dance lessons/practicing to original recording we strongly recommend you use the recorded version at the wedding. We provide the sound system and you provide the recording!
How many breaks does the band take? The band plays 3 hours onstage out of say a four hour event.( Say hours are 7pm to 11pm we play three hours out of this time.) We can do one small break with 2 longs sets of 3 sets depending on your specific timeline. It’s critical the band receives a detailed timeline prior to your event outlining load-in times, arrival times for guests and the flow of the evening.
Can you play pre-recorded music on the breaks? We have playlists which help us deliver a seamless night of entertainment even when the band is not on stage. That said, many of our clients enjoy putting playlists together for the band breaks. We’re happy to facilitate by playing your device through our PA system in clear stereo sound.
What should we plan for gratuity? How kind of you to ask! Tips are never expected, but always appreciated if you feel the band has gone above and beyond.
ADDITIONAL OPTIONS AVAILABLE FOR RIGHT TO PARTY CLIENTS – CHECK WITH YOUR AGENT FOR PRICING:
PRESENTER SIGNATURE DATE SIGNED
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***If your event is being held indoors, you may ignore this entire section***
The purpose of this section is to inform the Presenter of the risks and obligations associated with sponsoring an outdoor event, and to clarify the provisions involved with the three primary problems of outdoor events: inclement weather, unsafe staging areas, and risk to Artist-owned equipment. The Presenter understands that outdoor events, particularly those without alternate indoor facilities, are risky due to inclement weather conditions and that the Presenter is prepared to assume responsibility for the risks involved.
One Set up: Upon arrival of Artist, road crew or equipment, the Presenter will determine where the Artist should set up. Should weather conditions become inclement once the Crew has begun setting up, the Artist is not obligated to set up a second time in a different location.
Stage Accessibility: Presenter is required to provide a clear and unrestricted path for the Artist to access any outdoor staging area. Transporting road cases over natural surfaces can be problematic both for the natural surfaces, and for the Crew transporting them.
Stage Surface: For reasons of safety to guests, Artist, and equipment, Artists will not be obligated to perform on damp, unlevel, uncovered, or unsound surfaces.
Stage Covering: A tent or cover over the stage must be supplied to shield the Artist, crew and equipment from exposure to direct sunlight and precipitation.
Stage Power: It is the Presenter's responsibility to provide three (3) separate 120V / 20A circuits for the band’s exclusive use within 25’ of the stage. In some cases, it may be necessary for the Presenter to supply a generator.
Safety: Under conditions which pose a safety threat to the Artist, road crew,
or equipment, it is at the Artist's discretion to determine the necessary measures that are required in order to perform safely.
Technical Limitations: Bands utilize speaker systems created for indoor events. While suitable for outdoor and tented events, wind and wireless frequency disruptions are NOT the responsibility of the band. Right To Party will do everything in their power to mitigate wind disruption and/or frequency interference by having a wired mic available as backup. Presenter understands that no financial reparations will be offered for factors outside of the band’s control. (ie ceremonies on the lake with passing boats, windy winery days, etc.)
PRESENTER SIGNATURE DATE SIGNED
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