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A Disc Jockey Service Agreement is an agreement between a contractor or disc jockey who will provide recorded music for an event and a client. A service agreement is helpful because it provides the terms and conditions of the arrangement. When and where will the event take place? What types of music will be played? Are there any specific songs or playlists which should be included? How much will the disc jockey be paid? These are all questions that will be answered in the service agreement. In addition, the service agreement will reaffirm that an employer/employee relationship is not created. This package also includes step-by-step instructions that walk you through each provision to help you fully understand the terms of your agreement.

This agreement can be used for a one-time event or for on-going services. In a few cases, you will need to choose the provision that applies to your situation.

Among others, this form includes the following provisions:
  • Services
  • Time of Completion
  • Payment
  • Other Expenses/Accommodations
  • Notices
This packet includes:
  • Instructions and Checklist
  • General Information
  • Step-by-Step Instructions
  • Disc Jockey Service Agreement for England and Wales
Law Compliance: This form complies with the laws of England and Wales
This is the content of the form and is provided for your convenience. It is not necessarily what the actual form looks like and does not include the information, instructions and other materials that come with the form you would purchase. An actual sample can also be viewed by clicking on the "Sample Form" near the top left of this page.












Disc Jockey Service Agreement
(England & Wales)










This Packet Includes:
1. Instructions and Checklist
2. General Information
3. Step-by-Step Instructions
4. Disc Jockey Service Agreement







Instructions and Checklist
 Disc Jockey Service Agreement

   Both the client and contractor must sign the Agreement.  Because both parties will want to retain an original, two originals should be signed.

   The Agreement should be signed at the beginning of the term of service.

   This form should not be used if the contractor is considered an employee of the client.

   If you like, you can erase the italicised statements on the Agreement.  These are just instructions to help you complete it.

   These forms are not intended to be and are not a substitute for legal advice. These forms should only be a starting point for you and should not be used or signed before first consulting with a solicitor to ensure that they address your particular situation. A solicitor should be consulted before negotiating any document with another party.

   The purchase and use of these forms is subject to the “Disclaimers and Terms of Use” found at www.findlegalforms.com.




General Information


Disc Jockey Service Agreement


A Disc Jockey Service Agreement is an agreement between a contractor or disc jockey who will provide recorded music for an event and a client.  A service agreement is helpful because it provides the terms and conditions of the arrangement.  When and where will the event take place?  What types of music will be played?  Are there any specific songs or playlists which should be included?  How much will the disc jockey be paid?  These are all questions that will be answered in the service agreement.  In addition, the service agreement will reaffirm that an employer/employee relationship is not created.  

The following service agreement can be used for a one-time event or for on-going services.  In a few cases, you will need to choose the provision that applies to your situation.  

Laws vary from time to time therefore the client and the contractor should become familiar with the laws at present before entering into this type of arrangement.  In addition, before using the form you should always consult with your solicitor to ensure that it addresses your specific situation.





Step-by-Step Instructions
Disc Jockey Service Agreement

   The following instructions will walk you through each provision to help you fully understand the terms of your agreement.  The numbers below correspond with the respective provision within the Agreement.

   Heading: Fill in the date that the Agreement is being entered into, and the name of each party (the Contractor, and the name of the Client).

   Section 1: Services. Describe the disc jockey services that the Contractor will be providing.

   Section 2: Event Timeline and Musical Requests. Here, the Client specifies the type of event for which music will be provided (e.g. wedding ceremony, wedding reception or other party or event), as well as any music to be played at specific times during the event.  If the services are to be ongoing, the Client may specify the duration.

   Section 3: Equipment. Specify whether the Client is to provide any equipment, or whether all equipment will be provided by the Contractor.  Also, the Contractor may reserve the right to deny guest access to his/her/its equipment.    

   Section 4: Payment. Fill in the amount the Contractor will be paid for a one-time event or, if ongoing, per performance.  Specify when the payments will be made, whether any non-refundable deposit is required and whether the payment will be in the form of cash, cheque or credit card.

   Section 5: Additional Fees.  The Contractor should specify the amount of time needed for setup and takedown of his equipment, and where more time is required by the Client, whether there is an additional fee.  Also, there may be additional labour charges for carrying equipment up stairs or onto a stage.  

   Section 6: Other Expenses/Accommodation. Set forth all of the expenses for which the Contractor will be reimbursed, as well as any Contractor requirements related to the venue.  

   Section 7: Limitation on Liability. In this optional provision, the Client assumes liability for any injury to person or damage to property which results directly or indirectly from the Contractor's performance.  Some examples are if a guest slips and falls on the dance floor, or if property is damaged due to a crowd surge in a nightclub.  





   Section 8: Recording of Performance.  In this optional provision, the Client may not record, reproduce or transmit the Contractor's performance without the Contractor's written consent.  Personal videotapes or photographs of the Contractor's performance, however, are acceptable.  

   Section 9: Term. Fill in the service start date and choose whether the Agreement is for a one-time performance or for ongoing services.  If ongoing, this provision explains that the Agreement is terminable at will by either party upon written notice.

   Section 10: Notice.  Fill in the mailing address of each party to be used for giving written notice.  

Section 11: General Provisions.

   Subsection (a): This subsection states that the services shall be performed in a good and workmanlike manner and shall comply with all building codes and other applicable laws.  Generally, workmanlike manner means doing the work in an ordinary skilled manner as a skilled workman would perform the work.

   Subsection (b): This subsection states that the Contractor and his/her/its employees or agents are licensed and therefore authorised to perform the disc jockey services.

   Subsection (c): In this subsection, the Contractor warrants that he/she/it carries insurance to cover injuries to himself/herself/itself, his/her/its employees, and others who are injured or who suffer loss as a result of the Contractor's or his/her/its employees' acts.

   Subsection (d): This subsection states that in the event the Client fails to make any payments, the Contractor can cease performance of the services without breaching the Agreement, pending payment or a resolution of the dispute.

   Subsection (e): This subsection states that the Contractor shall not be liable for any delay or non-performance of the services so long as the delay or non-performance is not due to circumstances within his/her/its control.

   Subsection (f): This subsection reaffirms that the Contractor is an independent contractor.  This is an important distinction for the purposes of tax status, insurance and liability.  During the employment relationship both parties should be careful to keep this distinction clear.





   Subsection (g): If either party chooses to modify this Agreement in any way, this subsection states that the modification must be put in writing and signed by both parties.

   Subsection (h): This subsection specifies laws of England & Wales shall be used to interpret the Agreement.

   Subsection (i): This subsection states that neither the Client nor the Contractor may assign any rights or duties under the Agreement to a third party without the consent of the non-assigning party.

   Subsection (j): This subsection states that the headings used to describe each provision are not to be used in any determination as to the meaning of the provision itself.  Rather, the headings are for the parties' convenience only.

   Subsection (k): This subsection specifies that the Agreement is considered the complete agreement between the parties. Any prior agreements are invalid.  

   Subsection (l):  This subsection states that if one or more provisions of the Agreement are deemed unenforceable (e.g., by a court), that provision is severable from the rest of the Agreement and the remaining provisions shall remain binding and enforceable on the parties.  

   Subsection (m):  This subsection states that if one party breaches the Agreement, and the non-breaching party seeks enforcement of the Agreement in a court or other forum, the party who breached the Agreement shall pay all reasonable solicitors' fees and costs incurred by the non-breaching party.

   Signature Block.  Each party should sign and date two original Agreements.  Each party should retain an original for their reference.






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Disc Jockey Service Agreement


This Disc Jockey Service Agreement (the “Agreement”) is dated as of ________________________, 20____, by and between
______________________________________________(“Contractor”) and ______________________________________________(“Client”) (collectively the “Parties”).  The Parties agree as follows:

1.   SERVICES:  Contractor will perform the disc jockey services described below (the "Services"): (check all that apply)

 Provide recorded musical entertainment:
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
(Specify details of services, such as playing guests' musical requests, etc.  Attach an appendix if you require more space)

 Additional services:
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
(e.g. act as master of ceremonies, karaoke, light/fog effects, etc.  Attach an appendix if you require more space)


2.  EVENT TIMELINE AND MUSICAL REQUESTS:  (Mark the applicable provision(s))

   The Services shall be performed on _________________, 20__, for a wedding ceremony, commencing at __:___ __.m., and concluding at __:___  __.m., at _____________________(location).  In particular, the Services shall be performed at the following times and in the following manner:  
Bridesmaid's Processional    (_____________specify song)
Bride's Processional          (_____________specify song)
Other Ceremony Music      (_____________specify song)
Recessional               (_____________specify song)

   The Services shall be performed on _________________, 20__, for a _____________________________(specify the type or name of event, such as wedding reception, reunion, or other party if desired), commencing at
__:___ __.m. and concluding at __:___ __.m. at ___________(location).  In particular, the Services shall be performed at the following times and in the following manner:  

Cocktail Music (start at ___:___ .m. and play the following):
                                                                                                                                                
(Specify music preference, e.g., classical, jazz, etc., and/or playlist.  Attach an appendix if you require more space.)

Dinner Music (start at ___:___ .m. and play the following):
                                                                                                                                                
(Specify music preference, e.g., classical, jazz, etc., and/or playlist.  Attach an appendix if you require more space.)

Dance Music (start at ___:___ .m. and play the following):
                                                                                                                                                
(Specify music preference, e.g., swing, pop, Motown, rock, alternative, disco, etc., and/or playlist.  Attach an appendix if you require more space.)
 
Other Music (start at ___:___ .m. and play the following):
                                                                                                                                                
(e.g. bridal party introduction, bride and groom introduction, first dance, cake cutting, bouquet toss, toasts, other announcements.  Specify music preference and/or playlist.  Attach an appendix if you require more space.)

Do Not Play:
                                                                                                                                                
 (Specify songs and/or musical eras which should not be played)

   The Services are ongoing, and shall be completed _______________ (e.g. weekly, bi-weekly, daily, etc.), commencing on ________________, 20__.   The Services shall be performed on           (insert day of the week) between the hours of __:___ __.m. and __:___ __.m. at       _________(location.)  
(more appropriate for on-going services).

   The Services are ongoing, and shall be completed as required by the Client, for the duration of the term of this Agreement.



3.   EQUIPMENT:  (Mark the applicable provision(s))

  Client shall provide the following equipment for Contractors use when performing the Services: _____________________________________________.  Contractor shall provide all other equipment necessary to perform the Services.

 When performing the Services, Contractor will use his/her/its own equipment.

 Contractor is to have complete control of his/her/its equipment, and reserves the right to deny guest access to the sound system, recorded music, or other equipment.  


4.   PAYMENT:  (Mark the applicable provision(s)):

   Client shall pay Contractor for the Services the sum of __________________________Sterling Pounds (£__________) for the first ____ hours, and ____________________ Sterling Pounds (£________) per additional half hour.  (This is more appropriate for a one-time service)
   Client shall pay Contractor for the Services the sum of _____________________ Sterling Pounds (£__________) per ___________.  (E.g. performance, etc.--this is more appropriate for ongoing services)
   The payments shall be paid in the following manner: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
(Describe when and how the payments will be made.  Will there be a deposit?  Is the deposit non-refundable?  When will the balance of the payment be due?  Will payment be in the form of cash, cheque, or credit card?)

5.   ADDITIONAL FEES:  (Mark the applicable provision(s))
   Contractor requires _____ minutes setup time and ____ minutes takedown time.  No additional fee will be charged for this time.  If the Client requires Contractor to complete setup more than ____minutes before the event start time, or to postpone takedown more than ____ minutes after the event end time, the additional time will be charged at the rate of  ____________________ Pounds (£________) per additional half hour.
   If equipment must be carried up stairs or lifted onto a stage, additional labour will be charged at a rate of ____________________ Pounds (£________).

6.   OTHER EXPENSES/ACCOMMODATIONS:  

Client shall reimburse Contractor for the following expenses only:
                                                                                                            

(E.g. excessive travel, overnight accommodation, etc.  If none, write “none.”)

Client shall be responsible for any and all expenses related to the venue, including:
                                                                                                            
 (E.g. parking, use of electricity, fire marshal, etc.  If none, write “none.”)

Client shall be responsible for providing to the Contractor the following venue accommodations only:
                                                                                                            
(e.g. ramp or elevator access, minimum amount of square footage for setup, surge-protected outlets, protection from the elements, crowd control, etc. If none, write “none.”)

7.   LIMITATION ON LIABILITY:  Client holds Contractor harmless for any claim, loss, damage or injury to any person or property arising, either directly or indirectly, from Contractor's performance. (optional)

8.   RECORDING OF PERFORMANCE: Contractor's performance shall not be recorded, reproduced or transmitted without Contractor's written consent. Pictures and videotape of the event are permitted for Client's private use only. (optional)

9.  TERM:  

   The term of this Agreement shall begin on          , 20   , and shall expire on             , 20   .  (more applicable for one-time services)

   The term of this Agreement shall begin on          , 20   , and shall continue until terminated by either Party. Termination requires the terminating Party to give prior written notice to the non-terminating Party. (more applicable for ongoing services)

10.  NOTICE:  Any notice required to be given to either Party under this Agreement shall be sent via registered post to the appropriate address below:
   
If to Client:
                                                                              ____
If to Contractor:
                                                                              ____

11.  GENERAL PROVISIONS:

(a)   All work shall be completed in a good and workmanlike manner, and, if applicable, in compliance with all building codes and other applicable laws. 

(b)   To the extent required by law all work shall be performed by individuals duly licensed and authorised by law to perform the work.

(c)   Contractor warrants that he/she/it is adequately insured for injury to his/her/its employees and others incurring loss or injury as a result of the acts of Contractor or his/her/its employees.

(d)   In the event Client shall fail to pay any periodic or instalment payment due hereunder, Contractor may cease work without breach pending payment or resolution of dispute.

(e)   Contractor shall not be liable for any delay or non-performance due to circumstances beyond his/her/its control.  

(f)   Contractor is an independent contractor and not an employee of Client.

(g)   Any changes to this document must be signed by both Contractor and Client.

(h)   This Agreement shall be construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales.          

(i)   Neither the Client nor the Contractor may assign this Agreement without prior written consent from the non-assigning party.

(j)   The headings of the sections herein are for convenience only, and shall not affect the meaning of the provisions of this Agreement.

(k)   This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the Client and the Contractor, and supersedes any prior understanding or representation of any kind preceding the date of this Agreement.  There are no other promises, conditions, understandings or other agreements, whether oral or written, relating to the subject matter of this Agreement.

(l)   If any part of this Agreement is deemed invalid, illegal or unenforceable, the remaining provisions of the Agreement will remain valid and enforceable as to both parties.

(m)    In the event that it becomes necessary to enforce any of the terms of this Agreement, the defaulting party agrees to pay all reasonable solicitors' fees and costs incurred therein.  

IN WITNESS WHEREOF the Parties have executed this Agreement on the date first written above.

CLIENT:                        CONTRACTOR:

_______________________________      ______________________________
Signature                        Signature

_______________________________      ______________________________
Name (please print)                  Name (please print)

_______________________________      ______________________________
Title (if applicable)                  Title (if applicable)
Number of Pages13
DimensionsDesigned for Letter Size (8.5" x 11")
EditableYes (.doc, .wpd and .rtf)
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Product number#33576
This is the content of the form and is provided for your convenience. It is not necessarily what the actual form looks like and does not include the information, instructions and other materials that come with the form you would purchase. An actual sample can also be viewed by clicking on the "Sample Form" near the top left of this page.












Disc Jockey Service Agreement
(England & Wales)










This Packet Includes:
1. Instructions and Checklist
2. General Information
3. Step-by-Step Instructions
4. Disc Jockey Service Agreement







Instructions and Checklist
 Disc Jockey Service Agreement

   Both the client and contractor must sign the Agreement.  Because both parties will want to retain an original, two originals should be signed.

   The Agreement should be signed at the beginning of the term of service.

   This form should not be used if the contractor is considered an employee of the client.

   If you like, you can erase the italicised statements on the Agreement.  These are just instructions to help you complete it.

   These forms are not intended to be and are not a substitute for legal advice. These forms should only be a starting point for you and should not be used or signed before first consulting with a solicitor to ensure that they address your particular situation. A solicitor should be consulted before negotiating any document with another party.

   The purchase and use of these forms is subject to the “Disclaimers and Terms of Use” found at www.findlegalforms.com.




General Information


Disc Jockey Service Agreement


A Disc Jockey Service Agreement is an agreement between a contractor or disc jockey who will provide recorded music for an event and a client.  A service agreement is helpful because it provides the terms and conditions of the arrangement.  When and where will the event take place?  What types of music will be played?  Are there any specific songs or playlists which should be included?  How much will the disc jockey be paid?  These are all questions that will be answered in the service agreement.  In addition, the service agreement will reaffirm that an employer/employee relationship is not created.  

The following service agreement can be used for a one-time event or for on-going services.  In a few cases, you will need to choose the provision that applies to your situation.  

Laws vary from time to time therefore the client and the contractor should become familiar with the laws at present before entering into this type of arrangement.  In addition, before using the form you should always consult with your solicitor to ensure that it addresses your specific situation.





Step-by-Step Instructions
Disc Jockey Service Agreement

   The following instructions will walk you through each provision to help you fully understand the terms of your agreement.  The numbers below correspond with the respective provision within the Agreement.

   Heading: Fill in the date that the Agreement is being entered into, and the name of each party (the Contractor, and the name of the Client).

   Section 1: Services. Describe the disc jockey services that the Contractor will be providing.

   Section 2: Event Timeline and Musical Requests. Here, the Client specifies the type of event for which music will be provided (e.g. wedding ceremony, wedding reception or other party or event), as well as any music to be played at specific times during the event.  If the services are to be ongoing, the Client may specify the duration.

   Section 3: Equipment. Specify whether the Client is to provide any equipment, or whether all equipment will be provided by the Contractor.  Also, the Contractor may reserve the right to deny guest access to his/her/its equipment.    

   Section 4: Payment. Fill in the amount the Contractor will be paid for a one-time event or, if ongoing, per performance.  Specify when the payments will be made, whether any non-refundable deposit is required and whether the payment will be in the form of cash, cheque or credit card.

   Section 5: Additional Fees.  The Contractor should specify the amount of time needed for setup and takedown of his equipment, and where more time is required by the Client, whether there is an additional fee.  Also, there may be additional labour charges for carrying equipment up stairs or onto a stage.  

   Section 6: Other Expenses/Accommodation. Set forth all of the expenses for which the Contractor will be reimbursed, as well as any Contractor requirements related to the venue.  

   Section 7: Limitation on Liability. In this optional provision, the Client assumes liability for any injury to person or damage to property which results directly or indirectly from the Contractor's performance.  Some examples are if a guest slips and falls on the dance floor, or if property is damaged due to a crowd surge in a nightclub.  





   Section 8: Recording of Performance.  In this optional provision, the Client may not record, reproduce or transmit the Contractor's performance without the Contractor's written consent.  Personal videotapes or photographs of the Contractor's performance, however, are acceptable.  

   Section 9: Term. Fill in the service start date and choose whether the Agreement is for a one-time performance or for ongoing services.  If ongoing, this provision explains that the Agreement is terminable at will by either party upon written notice.

   Section 10: Notice.  Fill in the mailing address of each party to be used for giving written notice.  

Section 11: General Provisions.

   Subsection (a): This subsection states that the services shall be performed in a good and workmanlike manner and shall comply with all building codes and other applicable laws.  Generally, workmanlike manner means doing the work in an ordinary skilled manner as a skilled workman would perform the work.

   Subsection (b): This subsection states that the Contractor and his/her/its employees or agents are licensed and therefore authorised to perform the disc jockey services.

   Subsection (c): In this subsection, the Contractor warrants that he/she/it carries insurance to cover injuries to himself/herself/itself, his/her/its employees, and others who are injured or who suffer loss as a result of the Contractor's or his/her/its employees' acts.

   Subsection (d): This subsection states that in the event the Client fails to make any payments, the Contractor can cease performance of the services without breaching the Agreement, pending payment or a resolution of the dispute.

   Subsection (e): This subsection states that the Contractor shall not be liable for any delay or non-performance of the services so long as the delay or non-performance is not due to circumstances within his/her/its control.

   Subsection (f): This subsection reaffirms that the Contractor is an independent contractor.  This is an important distinction for the purposes of tax status, insurance and liability.  During the employment relationship both parties should be careful to keep this distinction clear.





   Subsection (g): If either party chooses to modify this Agreement in any way, this subsection states that the modification must be put in writing and signed by both parties.

   Subsection (h): This subsection specifies laws of England & Wales shall be used to interpret the Agreement.

   Subsection (i): This subsection states that neither the Client nor the Contractor may assign any rights or duties under the Agreement to a third party without the consent of the non-assigning party.

   Subsection (j): This subsection states that the headings used to describe each provision are not to be used in any determination as to the meaning of the provision itself.  Rather, the headings are for the parties' convenience only.

   Subsection (k): This subsection specifies that the Agreement is considered the complete agreement between the parties. Any prior agreements are invalid.  

   Subsection (l):  This subsection states that if one or more provisions of the Agreement are deemed unenforceable (e.g., by a court), that provision is severable from the rest of the Agreement and the remaining provisions shall remain binding and enforceable on the parties.  

   Subsection (m):  This subsection states that if one party breaches the Agreement, and the non-breaching party seeks enforcement of the Agreement in a court or other forum, the party who breached the Agreement shall pay all reasonable solicitors' fees and costs incurred by the non-breaching party.

   Signature Block.  Each party should sign and date two original Agreements.  Each party should retain an original for their reference.






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FindLegalForms, Inc. (“FLF”) is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice.  The use of these materials is not a substitute for legal advice. Only a solicitor can provide legal advice.  A solicitor should be consulted for all serious legal matters.  No Solicitor-Client relationship is created by use of these materials.  

THESE MATERIALS ARE PROVIDED “AS-IS.  FLF DOES NOT GIVE ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, SUITABILITY OR COMPLETENESS FOR ANY OF THE MATERIALS FOR YOUR PARTICULAR NEEDS.  THE MATERIALS ARE USED AT YOUR OWN RISK.  IN NO EVENT WILL:  I) FLF, ITS AGENTS, PARTNERS, OR AFFILIATES; OR II) THE PROVIDERS, AUTHORS OR PUBLISHERS OF ITS MATERIALS, BE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATE OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER USED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THESE MATERIALS. 







Disc Jockey Service Agreement


This Disc Jockey Service Agreement (the “Agreement”) is dated as of ________________________, 20____, by and between
______________________________________________(“Contractor”) and ______________________________________________(“Client”) (collectively the “Parties”).  The Parties agree as follows:

1.   SERVICES:  Contractor will perform the disc jockey services described below (the "Services"): (check all that apply)

 Provide recorded musical entertainment:
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
(Specify details of services, such as playing guests' musical requests, etc.  Attach an appendix if you require more space)

 Additional services:
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
(e.g. act as master of ceremonies, karaoke, light/fog effects, etc.  Attach an appendix if you require more space)


2.  EVENT TIMELINE AND MUSICAL REQUESTS:  (Mark the applicable provision(s))

   The Services shall be performed on _________________, 20__, for a wedding ceremony, commencing at __:___ __.m., and concluding at __:___  __.m., at _____________________(location).  In particular, the Services shall be performed at the following times and in the following manner:  
Bridesmaid's Processional    (_____________specify song)
Bride's Processional          (_____________specify song)
Other Ceremony Music      (_____________specify song)
Recessional               (_____________specify song)

   The Services shall be performed on _________________, 20__, for a _____________________________(specify the type or name of event, such as wedding reception, reunion, or other party if desired), commencing at
__:___ __.m. and concluding at __:___ __.m. at ___________(location).  In particular, the Services shall be performed at the following times and in the following manner:  

Cocktail Music (start at ___:___ .m. and play the following):
                                                                                                                                                
(Specify music preference, e.g., classical, jazz, etc., and/or playlist.  Attach an appendix if you require more space.)

Dinner Music (start at ___:___ .m. and play the following):
                                                                                                                                                
(Specify music preference, e.g., classical, jazz, etc., and/or playlist.  Attach an appendix if you require more space.)

Dance Music (start at ___:___ .m. and play the following):
                                                                                                                                                
(Specify music preference, e.g., swing, pop, Motown, rock, alternative, disco, etc., and/or playlist.  Attach an appendix if you require more space.)
 
Other Music (start at ___:___ .m. and play the following):
                                                                                                                                                
(e.g. bridal party introduction, bride and groom introduction, first dance, cake cutting, bouquet toss, toasts, other announcements.  Specify music preference and/or playlist.  Attach an appendix if you require more space.)

Do Not Play:
                                                                                                                                                
 (Specify songs and/or musical eras which should not be played)

   The Services are ongoing, and shall be completed _______________ (e.g. weekly, bi-weekly, daily, etc.), commencing on ________________, 20__.   The Services shall be performed on           (insert day of the week) between the hours of __:___ __.m. and __:___ __.m. at       _________(location.)  
(more appropriate for on-going services).

   The Services are ongoing, and shall be completed as required by the Client, for the duration of the term of this Agreement.



3.   EQUIPMENT:  (Mark the applicable provision(s))

  Client shall provide the following equipment for Contractors use when performing the Services: _____________________________________________.  Contractor shall provide all other equipment necessary to perform the Services.

 When performing the Services, Contractor will use his/her/its own equipment.

 Contractor is to have complete control of his/her/its equipment, and reserves the right to deny guest access to the sound system, recorded music, or other equipment.  


4.   PAYMENT:  (Mark the applicable provision(s)):

   Client shall pay Contractor for the Services the sum of __________________________Sterling Pounds (£__________) for the first ____ hours, and ____________________ Sterling Pounds (£________) per additional half hour.  (This is more appropriate for a one-time service)
   Client shall pay Contractor for the Services the sum of _____________________ Sterling Pounds (£__________) per ___________.  (E.g. performance, etc.--this is more appropriate for ongoing services)
   The payments shall be paid in the following manner: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
(Describe when and how the payments will be made.  Will there be a deposit?  Is the deposit non-refundable?  When will the balance of the payment be due?  Will payment be in the form of cash, cheque, or credit card?)

5.   ADDITIONAL FEES:  (Mark the applicable provision(s))
   Contractor requires _____ minutes setup time and ____ minutes takedown time.  No additional fee will be charged for this time.  If the Client requires Contractor to complete setup more than ____minutes before the event start time, or to postpone takedown more than ____ minutes after the event end time, the additional time will be charged at the rate of  ____________________ Pounds (£________) per additional half hour.
   If equipment must be carried up stairs or lifted onto a stage, additional labour will be charged at a rate of ____________________ Pounds (£________).

6.   OTHER EXPENSES/ACCOMMODATIONS:  

Client shall reimburse Contractor for the following expenses only:
                                                                                                            

(E.g. excessive travel, overnight accommodation, etc.  If none, write “none.”)

Client shall be responsible for any and all expenses related to the venue, including:
                                                                                                            
 (E.g. parking, use of electricity, fire marshal, etc.  If none, write “none.”)

Client shall be responsible for providing to the Contractor the following venue accommodations only:
                                                                                                            
(e.g. ramp or elevator access, minimum amount of square footage for setup, surge-protected outlets, protection from the elements, crowd control, etc. If none, write “none.”)

7.   LIMITATION ON LIABILITY:  Client holds Contractor harmless for any claim, loss, damage or injury to any person or property arising, either directly or indirectly, from Contractor's performance. (optional)

8.   RECORDING OF PERFORMANCE: Contractor's performance shall not be recorded, reproduced or transmitted without Contractor's written consent. Pictures and videotape of the event are permitted for Client's private use only. (optional)

9.  TERM:  

   The term of this Agreement shall begin on          , 20   , and shall expire on             , 20   .  (more applicable for one-time services)

   The term of this Agreement shall begin on          , 20   , and shall continue until terminated by either Party. Termination requires the terminating Party to give prior written notice to the non-terminating Party. (more applicable for ongoing services)

10.  NOTICE:  Any notice required to be given to either Party under this Agreement shall be sent via registered post to the appropriate address below:
   
If to Client:
                                                                              ____
If to Contractor:
                                                                              ____

11.  GENERAL PROVISIONS:

(a)   All work shall be completed in a good and workmanlike manner, and, if applicable, in compliance with all building codes and other applicable laws. 

(b)   To the extent required by law all work shall be performed by individuals duly licensed and authorised by law to perform the work.

(c)   Contractor warrants that he/she/it is adequately insured for injury to his/her/its employees and others incurring loss or injury as a result of the acts of Contractor or his/her/its employees.

(d)   In the event Client shall fail to pay any periodic or instalment payment due hereunder, Contractor may cease work without breach pending payment or resolution of dispute.

(e)   Contractor shall not be liable for any delay or non-performance due to circumstances beyond his/her/its control.  

(f)   Contractor is an independent contractor and not an employee of Client.

(g)   Any changes to this document must be signed by both Contractor and Client.

(h)   This Agreement shall be construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales.          

(i)   Neither the Client nor the Contractor may assign this Agreement without prior written consent from the non-assigning party.

(j)   The headings of the sections herein are for convenience only, and shall not affect the meaning of the provisions of this Agreement.

(k)   This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the Client and the Contractor, and supersedes any prior understanding or representation of any kind preceding the date of this Agreement.  There are no other promises, conditions, understandings or other agreements, whether oral or written, relating to the subject matter of this Agreement.

(l)   If any part of this Agreement is deemed invalid, illegal or unenforceable, the remaining provisions of the Agreement will remain valid and enforceable as to both parties.

(m)    In the event that it becomes necessary to enforce any of the terms of this Agreement, the defaulting party agrees to pay all reasonable solicitors' fees and costs incurred therein.  

IN WITNESS WHEREOF the Parties have executed this Agreement on the date first written above.

CLIENT:                        CONTRACTOR:

_______________________________      ______________________________
Signature                        Signature

_______________________________      ______________________________
Name (please print)                  Name (please print)

_______________________________      ______________________________
Title (if applicable)                  Title (if applicable)
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