Planning Your Wedding
Booking Terms &
1a. Bookings can only be confirmed after
receipt of the deposit or full payment plus a signed copy of the
printed booking form or a digitally signed copy of the
. If the initial payment is received after expiry of the
Provisional Booking Period and the date is no longer available then
such payment will be returned in full. A booking will be deemed to
be confirmed when acknowledged by the DISCO in writing or by email.
1b. The DISCO will require the balance of any engagement fee
payable to be made 21 days in advance.
2. If the CLIENT
cancels the booking or the event does not take place for any reason
then the deposit will be forfeit. A cancellation fee of not less
than one half of the agreed fee will also be applied for. Full
payment will be sought if cancellation is made within 31 days of the
performance date or if the DISCO can show that another function has
been refused for the same date on the basis of this agreement.
Cancellation notification must be in writing and receipt of such
notification will be confirmed in writing.
3. The DISCO will
conduct themselves in a manner befitting the engagement and will
respond to the CLIENT'S requests relating to dress code, volume
levels, music played, equipment location or any other reasonable
4. The DISCO will require access to a properly
earthed mains electricity supply, sufficient to allow safe usage of
the required equipment for the performance. If the supply is
inadequate then the amount of equipment may be reduced. If the DISCO
considers that the electricity supply or any other aspect of the
event is unsafe then they reserve the right to refuse to start or
continue the performance after consultation with the CLIENT. The
provisions of clause 2 may also apply.
5. The DISCO will use
their best endeavours to attend the function. Should they be
prevented from attending for any reason, including accident or
sudden illness, then the CLIENT will receive a full refund of all
monies paid to the DISCO for that function, however the DISCO will
not incur any additional liability for non-appearance.
Licences for the performance of recorded music are only required at
public events. In most cases private parties, such as wedding
receptions, birthdays etc which are invitation only and attract no
entrance fee do not require a licence. It is the CLIENT'S
responsibility to obtain such licences if required. Should the DISCO
be prevented from performing due to the absence of any appropriate
licence or similar permission or should the performance be cancelled
for any other reason then the provisions of clause 2 will apply.
7. The DISCO will require adequate setting up time prior to the
performance and a sufficient period afterwards to dismantle and
remove their equipment from the venue. The amount of time required
is dependant on the package selected and the minimum is annotated on
the disco planner.
8. The CLIENT is responsible for providing
adequate supervision of all guests, staff and customers at the venue
and will be liable for any loss or damage to equipment caused by
guests, staff or customers.
9. The CLIENT warrants that they
are entitled to use the venue for the purposes of the event and
performance and that the event does not breach any law, bye-law or
conditions imposed on the property.
10. Any extension of
playing time is purely at the discretion of the DISCO and may be
subject to other constraints, however they will do their best to
accommodate any such request. Fees for extended times are advised on
the booking form.
11. The CLIENT engaging the DISCO and the
DISCO accepting the engagement confirms acceptance of all these
terms and conditions.