FAQ

Here you will find answers to some of the questions we commonly get asked.

The song for the first dance at your wedding should hold special meaning for you and your partner, so do let us know what music you would like.

From our experience, we would recommend opening your evening with two dances. The first dance is traditionally for the bride and groom, but the second dance presents an opportunity to invite your guests to join you, and stay on the dance floor, as we kick off the evening function.

Another good tip:
When you send out your invitations, include a request form asking your guests for three favourite songs that they will dance to. Once you have received all the song choices, you can come up with a fantastic play list.

Alternatively, compile your own play list and send it to info@hurricaneroadshow.co.uk.

Every occasion that we are booked for is confirmed with a contract. It is written confirmation of our verbal agreement that we will turn up and provide a mobile disco (and that you will pay the agreed fee at the beginning of your function). Should circumstances beyond our control occur and we cannot attend your function, we will source you another disco at the same price and high standard, supplying them with all the information collected from you. To date this has NEVER happened, and we are certain it never will, however it is a safeguard we have in place to ensure you are not disappointed.
We will play whatever kind of background music you like, whether it’s classic, soul or light jazz. Many of our wedding clients choose to book the full-day option with the DJ to provide this service for you.
We will usually arrive at your function wearing casual clothing. Once our equipment is set up and in place, we will change into something more formal – usually suits.
We have substantial public liability insurance. To date we have a 100% safety record.
If you feel at any point during the event that the music is too loud, we can accommodate your audio request. We never use inferior equipment that will cause distorted sound.
We have no problem working with any type of act that is booked to appear at the same venue. We have worked with many bands in the past and have never had a problem.
We operate a very strict ‘first come, first served’ policy. Once we have accepted a booking for a specific date, the date in question is struck from our diary and nothing else will be taken on this day. Once a booking has been accepted, a contract is drawn up confirming our verbal agreement. It is an agreement for a DJ and disco to turn up on the date and times specified. In return, the booker agrees to pay a fee at the beginning of the function. Please note that if you cancel a confirmed booking, you will incur a fee of 50% of the agreed amount.
We understand that there are other discos that will quote a lower price than ours. We believe that our prices represent very good value for money. Does the disco carry public liability insurance and a good reliability record? Do they have PAT tested equipment and true high quality sound and lighting? Will they provide a contracted booking and an experienced DJ? Hurricane Roadshow can say YES to all of the above. Please note that if you cancel a confirmed booking, you will incur a fee of 50% of the agreed amount.
You tell us where and when, and we will be there.

Our Venues

The Hurricane Roadshow have played at venues all over Herefordshire and Worcestershire but here are some of our favourites: