Hiring a musician is a big investment for any event planner and should be approached with caution. There are many things that need to be considered before signing on the dotted line, including appropriate payment, performance date and location of your event. A standard music performance contract will help you avoid potential problems down the road by clearly defining each party’s obligations and liabilities before the event takes place.
A standard music performance contract is a legally binding agreement between a musician and an event planner.
A standard music performance contract is a legally binding agreement between a musician and an event planner. It sets out the terms of their relationship, including what each party will do, how much money they will get paid, when they will get paid and so on.
A contract can be written or verbal (spoken). A verbal contract is enforced by law if it’s clear from the circumstances that both parties intended to enter into an agreement; for example, if you tell someone at a party that you’ll give them your car if they win the lottery next week and then go home without signing anything or discussing it further with them later on (this would be considered fraud). On the other hand, if you have been discussing ideas about working together for some time before signing anything official then this may count as entering into an oral agreement even though there wasn’t any paperwork involved – however this will only apply if both sides …Standard Music Performance Contract READ MORE