Music Creates Community: Hiring an office party band is a way to connect with your workers through the power of music. Because your office likely has people who value many different types of music, it is important to select the right musical group. There are seven steps that may be followed for maximum enjoyment by party attendees.
Inventory the Office: It is helpful to ascertain what kind of music the majority of the office workers prefer. This can be determined by scanning their office area, as some people leave cds on their desk. You could also ask them to borrow their ipod or mp3 player if you would like the office party entertainment to be a surprise. This information should be compiled in a list, and used in the musical group selection process. Make sure the list includes some music that you like as well!
The Performance Space: Where will the group perform? If the party is being held at a restaurant, it is important to ask the location if there are any restrictions on bringing your own band. If there are restrictions, it may be advised to have the party at a different space.
Selecting the Talent: There are bands that will be a good fit for your party. Ask the musical group what kind of songs they perform, and if they are flexible or able to learn any new music. Determine how long the band will play, and ask what kind of sets they usually do for office parties. They might have different options based on your price-point.
Listening to the Band: This is not always necessary, but you could ask the group if you could hear them before the office party. Some bands will agree to a brief audition. Other bands have a video available for viewing of a past show. Instead of listening to the band, sometimes a band will refer you to another company that may be able to speak on their behalf. Office parties with live entertainment have become more popular in recent years, so client referral is rather common.
Are Requests Acceptable?: To avoid putting the band on the spot, make sure to ask them if they are willing to take song requests. If they aren’t, you can let your colleagues know that they have a predetermined set-list. If they are open to requests, there can be a designated clipboard with a sign-up list for the group.
Tell People About the Party: It is useful to give your colleagues enough notice about the party so that they can arrange for a babysitter. After hiring an office party band, send out a message to everyone. Because this is an extra special event, ideally everyone will be able to attend.
Celebrate!: It is finally time to relax and enjoy the fruits of your labor. Office party bands typically have a lot of experience in entertaining crowds. Just as you are a professional at your job, you can sit back and let them do what they are best at! pengyoude tiangeisel faoges
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