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Get a Great Singer for Your Event

Learn about the Pricing

What is your budget? You need to think about that before you hire a singer for a party. They need to be able to fulfil the obligation for the amount of money you have available. It doesn’t hurt to ask them to negotiate though. They may be willing to do it for the price you offer rather than their asking price. If they can’t, then you have to look for another provider.

The amount of time you will hire them for can influence price. If you want to hire a singer for a party and no one else, you may have to reduce the amount of time they perform in order for it to fit your budget. Be flexible with your terms and options and you will find a way to make it all work out.

Listen to their Music

Take the time to really listen to their music too. Don’t hire a singer for a party based on the way they sound with one particular song. You may love that one, but how is their voice for a full range of songs? The more you hear from them the easier it is for you to decide if they will be a good fit for the event.

Reputation

Do they have a good reputation when it comes to being easy to work with? Not all performers are and you don’t need the headaches. Do your research to find out about them and how they have interacted with events in the past. This can help you to avoid serious problems at the event.

Work out the Details

Depending on the provider, you may be working with their agent and not the signer in person. Either way, communication is key to working out the details. Make sure you get a written contract that covers all the details. This includes when they will perform, for how long, and where. Do you need to provide a microphone or other items or will they bring their own?

When you hire a singer for a party it is easy to assume they will have all of their own equipment. That is often the case but you should verify that information. You may have to pay a deposit at the time of the booking. Then the balance due will be paid at the end of their performance for the event.