FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

When looking for a band for your event we understand you may have a lot of questions. Here is a comprehensive list of the most common enquiries we have they we hope will aid you however if you need any further information please don’t hesitate to get in touch here

Whilst we are primarily an 80's band we do know a selection of songs from the 60s to the modern era which we can include at your discretion. We can also learn any song you require with notice subject to a small fee.
We do have a standard fee which caters for most requirements for events but additional factors such as distance, set length, arrival times and extra packages will have an effect on this. Please contact us directly and we can discuss your requirement.
For the standard service you get 2 X 45 minute sets plus encore. We will arrive anytime you need us after 6pm and finish at midnight. We will provide a state of the art PA and light set up too and play background music between sets.
We are based in Essex but have travelled all the UK and some places in Europe so technically speaking we are happy to travel anywhere but this will be reflected in our fee.
we offer a range of additional services which can all be found on our website http://www.popgun80sband.co.uk/services
We have both, our public Liability covers us up to £5,000,000. All our certification is available for your perusal at request.
Payment can be made via bank transfer or cash no later than the day of the performance however we do need a 20% deposit to secure your date. We also offer 0% interest payment plans which we are happy to discuss.
We have scores of testimonials and videos on our website for you to examine however we do understand that sometimes people want to see us live first and we are happy to accommodate in fact we encourage you to come see us out. We play a handful of public shows around the UK so let us know you are coming and we will make sure to lay on the hospitality and make time to talk to you and answer any questions you have.
In a short answer no. We can accommodate a sound limiter using various muting techniques and additional equipment which cut our volume.