Once you have an idea of what you can do with your wedding or event, we suggest you speak to all your suppliers including your live wedding band or entertainment as soon as possible. If your event is booked within 30 days of your event date, there is no refund. All musicians are struggling right now with their jobs vanishing overnight so read our article for some guidance and then make sure you talk things through with your band or their representatives. Make sure your wedding ends exactly how you’ve dreamt it with the perfect last dance song. Our recoupable expenses are usually travel, flights and accommodation costs. Due to the coronavirus disruption, 2021 will no doubt be an incredibly busy year for weddings and events, so we suggest booking everything for your wedding or event as soon as is plausible to avoid disappointment. Check the contract you have with your live wedding band and you should know the steps you need to take. It includes the all-important free tix, parking, and munchies/water. All musicians are struggling right now with their jobs vanishing overnight so read our article for some guidance and then make sure you talk things through with your band or their representatives. This has been a unique post that I hope I never have to write again but here at Seventh Second, we are trying to stay positive. Typically you don’t need to provide a stage for a live wedding band or wedding entertainers but renting a stage can enhance the look and performance of any live wedding entertainment you hire. This includes: Event Venue, Photographers, Videographers, Musicians, Disc Jockeys, Florists, Decorators, Independent Officiates, Or any other entities used to facilitate your event. In the instance that we can not recoup our expenses back, we would not be able to make this payment, but we would still pay back the rest of the deposit and balance. We know it’s a troubling time for everyone especially people like you who have weddings or events possibly cancelled or postponed. Let’s all work together (without touching of course!) Guidance for households with possible coronavirus, Coronavirus latest information and advice. Your final count is due 30 days prior to your event. We are still taking bookings for later in the year and 2021 so come and speak to us and book your perfect wedding band, party band or function band. If you are having to cancel or postpone your wedding, amongst other worries, you are wondering what you do with your live wedding band or entertainment. will be imposed plus the administrative fee. As well as many other industries, the music and entertainment industry has been devastated by this outbreak so if your live entertainment has cancelled its most likely through absolute necessity. Does your live wedding band need a stage to perform for you? Did you know that we usually manage to get over 80% of wedding bookings rebooked for another date? Once you have an idea of what you can do with your wedding or event, we suggest you speak to all your suppliers including your live wedding band or entertainment as soon as possible. We are following the government’s advice, staying open but working remotely. Stay positive, there is light at the end of the tunnel. If your event is cancelled or postponed up to 60 days prior to the event, you will receive a full refund excluding the administrative fee. We strongly suggest you try and avoid cancelling as you may incur contractual penalty fees but if you feel you have to cancel we suggest reading our post here as it has lots more information about that. We strongly recommend you read our guide on postponing your wedding entertainment due to COVID-19 here. too if you need more help or assistance in any way. There is no refund after the 30 day period for your number of people. CANCELLATION POLICY . Considering the unique situation we’re all experiencing, live bands or their representatives may be able to reduce or waver any fees owed but please do check with them first. Niebuhr had bought a wedding insurance policy for $350 from Travelers Insurance that provided $7,500 of cancellation coverage. Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic forces wedding venue cancellations as celebrants count cost. It’s best we all help each other as much as we can so we can beat this pandemic quickly and get back to normal life! Right now though, we all need to stay safe and sensible, helping each other as much as we can as there are always people worse off than us and in need of help and assistance during times like these. If your wedding is in the UK, these will be minimal or non at all. as it has lots more information about that. We are still taking bookings for later in the year and 2021 so come and speak to us and book your perfect, . Stay safe and healthy and we look forward to performing for you in the future! Posted Mon Monday 16 Mar March 2020 at 2:44am Mon Monday 16 Mar March 2020 at … This is a simple band performance contract for small shows. By Evelyn Manfield. Here at Seventh Second, we are working hard with our clients to get their weddings and events booked in for later in the year or for early 2021 and your live act or their representatives should be trying to do the same for you too. By making a deposit or using our services in any way,  you comply to these terms and conditions. Please contact us too if you need more help or assistance in any way. It is generally being advised that any wedding, party or function you are hosting from now up until the end of August should be postponed and rebooked for a later date or if no other options are available, cancelled. It is generally being advised that any wedding, party or function you are hosting from now up until the end of August should be postponed and rebooked for a later date or if no other options are available, cancelled. Since the start of the pandemic, we have paid back ALL deposits and balance payments, including any recoupable, up-front expenses, to wedding couples, who have had to cancel their wedding due to Covid-19. Here are some useful links from the government regarding coronavirus. Musicians and wedding agencies are being inundated with emails and calls right now so it could be worth scanning their website just in case. As well as many other industries, the music and entertainment industry has been devastated by this outbreak so if your live entertainment has cancelled its most likely through absolute necessity. To help further we have our guide on corona-proof wedding bands here, have reduced all our prices by 15% for 2020 and 2021 bookings, cancelled any inflation-based price rises for 2021 and will never charge any fees for rescheduled weddings due to COVID-19. I’m sure like everyone here at Seventh Second, this pandemic has really taken you by surprise and if you are reading this, has come at seemingly the worst time ever for you. A $500.00 administrative fee will be charged if cancelled or postponed at anytime for any reason. Hopefully, this can be arranged for you but if you are feeling confused or unsure about anything, you can contact us obligation-free. Considering the unique situation we’re all experiencing, live bands or their representatives may be able to reduce or waver any fees owed but please do check with them first. Cancelling or postponing your wedding band or entertainment. Well, in a nutshell, we strongly advise you try and reschedule your booking with them as soon as you can but if you have to cancel be prepared to still pay some of the remaining fees due to the band and most likely lose any deposits you have already paid. and beat COVID-19 together. Even if you don’t have a booking with us, we are here to help in this truly awful time.