Temporary parking facilities must be made available as close as possible to the entertainment area.
Provision must be made for access to and from the entertainment area during the set-up and take down periods.
If the function is held in a marquee on a grassed area, adequate dry access to the entertainment area must be made available.
The entertainer will not, under any circumstances, carry equipment through or over muddy, frozen, saturated or dangerous slippery surfaces.
The entertainer will require adequate washing and changing facilities prior to the function.
The entertainer would appreciate food and refreshments prior to the start of the function and/or during the break in any sets.
Adequate lighting must be supplied to the entertainer area to enable set-up and take down.
The client shall be responsible for the provision of mains electricity in the performing area.
Should this be provided via a generator, it must be regulated.
Guests, food and drink must be kept away from the entertainer's equipment.
Children must not be allowed to enter the designated entertainer area at any time.
The adjustment of the volume and sound level of any equipment shall be as the customer reasonably requires.
Should The Client have a complaint or problem before or during the function, they must make this known to the entertainer. Complaints from any other guests will be disregarded.
In the case of bands etc, a sound check will take place prior to the start time.
The entertainer warrants that all equipment is in good working order, and fit for its purpose, and that no part of the performance is likely to be a danger to the entertainer or any other person/s.
Entertainers will require time to take down and remove all equipment from the venue.
The entertainer fee is inclusive of all expenses, travelling expenses to and from the venue, and covers any payments whatsoever due to other members of the band or unit.
No fee shall be payable to the entertainer for any day upon which this engagement shall be suspended by reason of Royal Demise, National Mourning, Fire, Epidemic, War, Strikes, lockout or by reason of order of any Licensing or Public Authority.
Entertainers are responsible for their own TAX & N.I.contributions.
Boogieland cannot be held liable or accountable to acts of nature, terrorism or unforeseen circumstances beyond its control.
Boogieland will never pass or distribute any client's personal or financial information to any third party as in compliance with the 1984 & 1998 UK Data Protection Acts.
Boogieland acts as a representative for professional self-employed entertainers only and is not a party of the contract between the booking client and the respective entertainer and therefore shall not be liable or responsible for any cancellation fees, disputes or costs incurred between the client and the entertainer or the quality and duration of the performances.
Cancellation of Booking.
In the event of cancellation, the following shall be payable by the client directly to the entertainer:
More than 60 days from the performance date; No fee payable
Between 31-60 days from the performance date: 25% of the balance
Between 21-30 days from the performance date: 50% of the balance
Between 11-20 days from the performance date: 75% of the balance
Between 1-10 days from the performance date: 100% of the balance
All booking fees paid are non-refundable except when a booking is cancelled by the entertainer or Boogieland in which case the booking fee will be repaid in full to the client.
By booking an entertainer via Boogieland, you are thus affirming to the Terms and Conditions as aforementioned.