FAQ: Booking a Wedding Singer

Typically, a 50% deposit is required to reserve a date; but before any money changes hands, consider the following:

Unless the artist is just starting out, you should be able to go to a reputable web-site to learn more about them, hear some samples, view a calendar to find a date & venue to attend to see them live (when you do, please introduce yourself), and some way to contact them.

Upon your initial inquiry, they should respond to you with a Pricing Structure and Sample Contract. You should then be prompted to provide information such as Date(s) & Time(s), the location (name of venue), the number of people expected, and any unique requirements/requests that need to be worked out at the start (for example, if yours will be a Theme Wedding).

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